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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Bacffin, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    Whats in there on that one tulip. ;)

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  2. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    I do...for the "bigger than that" rounds. I use the bucket as a work bench. Split in half, push one side in the bucket and knock out the other side, then on to the other half and reapeat. Less bending over makes me more productive for the long hall. Lots of Ibuprofen before bed time! _g
  3. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    LOL!!!! I just spewed my coffee all over the screen! Good thing I'm at work.
  4. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    Sounds soooo familiar. Love my tractor!!
  5. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    Yes you do...have the little women give me a call, I'll set you right up in know time ;)
  6. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    No clue, never done this before. Speed is not on the short list right now.
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  7. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    Not black birtch. I have 4 of them growing nicely in my yard....just growing and waiting!
  8. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    My wife says the same thing...Mmmmm...
  9. JOHN BOY

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    Wow ,if i had the cash i'd have one of those too. Thats nice .
  10. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    Had that long before the wood stove and this new addiction!
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    Prepare yourself....you will need more toys...;) I have been selling off older tractors and replacing some of them. I am looking for a smaller tractor with FIL...might have to look into a backhoe for it...hmmm Just look what you started...ha
  12. Flatbedford

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    Pretty nice setup. Maybe I'm jealous, but I can't help but think that I could buy a LOT of split firewood, and have them stack it for me, for the $$$ you have invested in machinery. If had/needed it already, then more power to ya. Maybe you just have a bigger toy budget than I do.
  13. Bacffin

    Bacffin Minister of Fire

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    Well, I already had the tractor. The cost of oil directed me to put in an EPA rated wood stove. Around here 150 gallons of oil is roughly 500-600 dollars. From my research, 150 gallons of oil is equal to +/-1 cord of wood in this stove. Buying wood c/s and delivered is 275-350 and not so seasoned properly. This grapple load if it is say 8 cord, works out around 65 - 75 per cord.

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