Red Oak And Pine Basking In The Sun

BrotherBart Posted By BrotherBart, Jul 31, 2007 at 10:01 PM

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  1. BrotherBart

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    Not the stash most of you folks have but it won't be cold in this house this winter.

    Red oak to feed the Englander and pine to feed the Jotuls.
     

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    Lookin good BB.
     
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    Talk about picking favorites. One dog gets the T-bones and the others get dry dog food. :lol:
    Fine looking stack of fuel BroBart.
     
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    Yeah the big'un runs 24/7 most of the winter but the Jotuls just heat the office during the day and the small warehouse a few times a week. So somebody is around most of the time to feed the Jotuls. And on below thirty degree mornings we want them little puppies to get hot fast.
     
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    Brother Bart, nothin warms the heart like a fine lookin stack of wood. Pine, oak, used right they all have their purpose. Thanks for the pics, I feel a peace comin over me now...
     
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    I don't know when at time your are plain Joking, but from the look of those stacks your are not ready to join the over the hill gang yet.

    then again I don't know how many wiskey's it took and asprin
     
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    Looks like a pile 'o money and a warm behind to me, BB.
     
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    Most of it was done in April and May. I would like to double the size of the stacks by the end of October to have a year ahead. I seriously don't see more than two more years of wood cutting in this old guy's future. Fortunately there is a commercial firewood processor a couple of miles from here. I have passed by there for twenty years and haven't stopped. I think this fall I will stop and introduce myself.

    The production effort is driven by AB Natural Light. Can't stand to take pills so no asprin involved. I have always figured that pain is natures way of telling you to stop doing something. And besides I have enough pills in my future I bet so I ain't starting yet.
     
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    Nope. Pain is weakness leaving the body :)
     
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    Well then my back is draining a ton of weakness out of my body every day. How long before I will be able to bench press a Volvo?
     
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    BB then you completely understand my obsession get as much ahead as possible so that if I slow down I can prolong the envitable

    Plus if a Slow down, I have seasoned wood ahead and can last a bit longer, just replacing what I use, though at a slower pace.

    The excitement grows thin after 30 plus years of doing it. It becomes more and more a chore.
     
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