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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Angus, Jul 17, 2012.

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  1. Angus

    Angus Member

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    That is pure class, really, that is the best I ve seen, real quality and dedication to firewood, if its okay I ll download the photo for future ideas!
    Is it Elm in the pile at the front?

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  2. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    I've never heard of a Morso. How do you like it? How do you like the Jotul? Love the pic of Willy!:)
  3. Joful

    Joful Minister of Fire

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    At what point does the word "shed" no longer apply?
  4. dafattkidd

    dafattkidd Minister of Fire

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    Carbon Lib show them the bomb shelter beneath the wood shed. Although I've seen pics of that wood shed a hundred times, I'm always impressed.
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  5. Angus

    Angus Member

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    Morso are famous in Europe and I know they sell in the USA and Canada, they are a high quality cast iron stove manufacturer. Jotul are brilliant and I have toured their factory in Norway, I could post some photos if you like? Our f118 nearly heats all the home and never needs rekindled. I ve owned many stoves and i think jotul and morso are the best, maybe jotul has the edge, slightly, just my own view. Willy Campbell is a star, I m sure I m related to him !
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  6. Pat53

    Pat53 Minister of Fire

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    Mine is open on 3 sides with one side up against my boiler building. Holds about 14 full cord. There is a door that opens right into the woodshed, and I can even stack about 2 face cords in the building. You can see the boiler building in my avatar pic

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  7. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    Yeah . . . that's one of the coolest features about the shed . . . well that and it just plain looks great.
  8. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    You've been here for a bit . . . by now you surely must know that we love looking at stove porn! :)
  9. onetracker

    onetracker Minister of Fire

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    i'd be emarrassed to post a photo of my woodshed after seeing some of these works of art. actually, i inhereted it from the previous owner. but...a new one is on my list of projects - (gotta rebuild a porch, kithcen and 1 bath first:confused: ) i'm scratching my head on this one cuz the place where it must go is narrrow, along the edge of my driveway and there is a steep slope beyond. means if i need more capacity i need to dig piers and suspend it. who the @$#&* wants to build a suspended floor burly enuf to hold 8 cords of wood? yeah right! in my spare time!!
  10. Lumber-Jack

    Lumber-Jack Minister of Fire

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    Thanks guys

    By popular request, here's the youtube video with my son giving the tour. LOL


    Lots of nice sheds in this forum.
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  11. TimJ

    TimJ Minister of Fire

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    I didn't see any snacks ? Whats up this that :)
  12. Lumber-Jack

    Lumber-Jack Minister of Fire

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    Thanks Angus, you are certainly welcome to download, but you already have a great looking woodshed, I really like the wood stain color and rugged board construction. Very nice.
    Almost all the firewood I cut, including the wood you see in the picture, is beetle killed Lodgepole pine.
  13. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    Carbon_Liberator that woodshed is truly amazing, thank you for showing it to us.

    Billy.
  14. Angus

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    Hi carbon l, thanks. The wood stain is very cheap, it is used engine (tractor) oil with a bit of creosote mixed in, it never fades.
    It's good you use dead, or dying wood, that's the same with me. Nice video
  15. Angus

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    Haha, I love stove porn, I reckon the wife thinks that I have a problem, but I'm lucky, she doesn't mind.
  16. jeepmedic

    jeepmedic Burning Hunk

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    10x20 work in progress...been too damn hot to work on it lately but almost done !

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  17. DexterDay

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    My little 10' x 10' x 8' (down to 7' in the back) isnt much...... But its something.

    All these sheds (Carbon Liberator, I envy thee!) Make me want a BIGGER One!!

    Maybe next year? I have a 30 x 40 Cleary building in the back. But its about 100 yrds away... (in background of bottom pic)

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    tfdchief Minister of Fire

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    This is my man cave, hang-out, tool shed and wood shed. The right side holds about 2 cords inside.
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  19. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    Saaaaweeeeeet!
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  20. dafattkidd

    dafattkidd Minister of Fire

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    Carbon Lib, what was the deal with that space? Did you discover that while building the wood shed? I don't remember.
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    bogydave Minister of Fire

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    Carbon's wood shed is the "Gold standard"
    Mine is a roof over stacks of wood.

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    Yeah you got it, it was an old water cistern I found when building the shed/fence. I figured rather than just cover over it and ignore it, I'd pump it out and clean it up and try and make some use of it. Here is a picture of what it looked like inside when I found it.

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  23. dafattkidd

    dafattkidd Minister of Fire

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    Thanks. You did well with it. That is really cool.
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    firecracker_77 Minister of Fire

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    Gorgeous!!!
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  25. dafattkidd

    dafattkidd Minister of Fire

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    Tfdcheif, what's the inside of that mancave look like? I'm very curious.
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