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some of my wood

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by southern missouri logger, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. southern missouri logger

    southern missouri logger New Member

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    Not much but it gets the job done

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  2. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    Looks good southern missouri logger! And welcome to Hearth.com and the Wood Shed. Check out the other forums as well. Lots of good information and people here. I like the stonehenge effect in the first pic. What are you burning in? How much do you heat? Sq.Ft., etc. What kind of wood do you generally burn? When you get a chance maybe you can add some information about yourself in your signature so we will know what kind of toys you have. ;lol
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  3. billb3

    billb3 Minister of Fire

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    that looks like quite the beefy slab of concrete under those splits stacked on that porch.
    Nice windbreak for the grill.
    convenient too
  4. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    SML, welcome to the Hearth.
    Yep, I like the woodhenge.
    Where ya at, what do ya burn, and in what do ya burn it.
    Just so you know, we love pics, so you're more than welcome to share more of your setup and property, etc.....:cool:
  5. southern missouri logger

    southern missouri logger New Member

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    Thanks guys. I'm in rogersville mo. I'll post more pics of my stacks and setup today. Yea the woodhenge is oak logs I split up. I'm burning mostly oak
    In my little Ashley stove
  6. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Welcome to the forum SML.

    You split like we used to. Good exercise for sure. How much wood will you burn there? Doesn't seem it should be too hard to heat but for sure you do need heat in winter. Never in summer!!!! Get's hot there.
  7. southern missouri logger

    southern missouri logger New Member

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    i burn a fair amount of wood but its a small house so it heats it well. heres a few more pics for u guys. IMAG0043.jpg IMAG0044.jpg IMAG0045.jpg IMAG0046.jpg IMAG0047.jpg
  8. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    Nice place you have there Southern Missouri Logger. Looks good. Those are some nice BTUs you have lined up there? What types of wood do you have there that is not processed yet?
  9. southern missouri logger

    southern missouri logger New Member

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    gasifier thanks! i was hoping to get some id on some of the wood. I know white and red oak and cherry are in the mix. but if anybody knows what other types they see feel free to mention.
  10. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    I do not know what you have there. I am not very good at identifying wood.
  11. WellSeasoned

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    Welcome, I love your wood pics. Keep em coming at least once a week! ;)
  12. Freakingstang

    Freakingstang Feeling the Heat

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    welcome, I see that freshly split wood on the ground.... that's no good at all.... get that up on some scrap lumber, pallets, etc... anything to get it off the ground.. last pic has ash in it, the stuff with the green spots on the bark is ash. Looks like some elm in there too
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    Welcome.

    Nice wood pics.
  14. Dairyman

    Dairyman Feeling the Heat

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    Welcome to the forum SML! A nice setup you have going there. I'm not far from you just outside of Ozark. How long have you been burning? I see some elm in one of the piles. Keep the pics coming!
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    Nice stacks
    Noticed the stuff on the ground too. Not picking, just noticing LOL :)

    Good amount of wood ready for winter. Getting any "winter" yet ?
  16. southern missouri logger

    southern missouri logger New Member

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    yea i ran outa pallets to put under a few of my stacks, ill be on it soon..will post more pics soon
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    husky345 vermont resolute New Member

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    looks like u have some cherry, ash and a little elm
  18. TimJ

    TimJ Minister of Fire

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    looking good on everything
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    RORY12553 Minister of Fire

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    Are you not concerned about how close you have those wood piles to your house or is that just storage for the winter?
  20. southern missouri logger

    southern missouri logger New Member

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    yea all those stacks are for this winter or will be sold. it is a fire hazard to have all that wood by my house i will agree lol but oh well

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