Split and Stacked a little today.

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by tfdchief, Feb 17, 2013.

  1. Wilhelm911

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    Wow those stacks are great looking! I've got to work on my technique!
     
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    Great idea,Chief, I have used pop rivets for many things at home, and used, oh, not sure but, I guess ,a couple million attaching heat shields to Buick Le sabres.
    I could use some galvanized sheet metal I have from a large heat duct..
    Ya they do seem a little flimsy see thread , http://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/got-a-buggy-for-my-birthday.105060/

    Soo, how did you get mother nature to ,not dump any snow in your work area ;? ::-)
     
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    Well, I didn't. First, I shoveled most of it out of the immeadiate work area, then between re-cutting a few, splitting debris, and walking around......pffff no more snow.;)
     
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