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Pictures of My Wood Stacks and Shed (Lots of Them!)

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Scrounger, Oct 24, 2008.

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  1. Scrounger

    Scrounger Member

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    I don't cover until the end of summer when the fall rains start.

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  2. the_dude

    the_dude Feeling the Heat

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    Scrounger,

    Quite impressive. How many cord do you have total?
  3. Scrounger

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    Just a guess, 18 cord, with 4 more in the wood shed pictured here.

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  4. Cory92

    Cory92 New Member

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    What kid of tree did those big blue logs in the first pic come from?
    Are they from a Smurf Elm or a Blue Hickory? :lol:
  5. barnartist

    barnartist Minister of Fire

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    about 160' of stacked wood since april/may. You guys think this should be good and dry? Lots of sun and breeze goes right through the long pile. Pile runs east /west.
  6. barnartist

    barnartist Minister of Fire

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    sorry, i'll have to downsize my pic and attach later...
  7. Skippydo

    Skippydo New Member

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    Wood pile is not impressive but all I need for my fireplace in bar area and my "buck" stove in garage.

    I heat my house with a Harmon Pf100 Wood Pellet furnace. Love the heat!

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