Snow covered wood stacks

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Diabel, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. jdp1152

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    I've got several stacks with snow drifted all the way over them.
     

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    very nice pic! It looks like you are using the wood from these stacks.
     
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    Another nice thing about the fluffy snow. When it melts, it usually goes fast. I would not worry a bit about moisture from this snow. It has all summer to dry.
     
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    Other than splitting some of the ash into kindling, haven't touched any of these. The ash and maple will be ready next winter. The red oak the following. I am going to move them to the back of my house which borders a field and get a lot more sun than where they're at. No summer sun due to tree canopy there.
     
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