Stacked a little today

bigbarf48 Posted By bigbarf48, Feb 18, 2013 at 9:40 PM

  1. bigbarf48

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    Finished up stacking all the pin oak I scrounged a while back. Stacks out to right around a cord. Now its time to get started on a big load of red oak and cottonwood i came in to:cool:

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  2. ScotO

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    Looking good, BB! Lots of good BTU's in that stack!
     
  3. Locust Post

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    Keep right after it there BB. It all adds up and before long you can just walk past those stacks and admire your work.
     
  4. bigbarf48

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    Thanks guys! It certainly is a good feeling to admire all the stacks. You can see my newly painted splitting wedges in the picture I noticed haha. Kept losing the dang things in the leaves, fluorescent yellow should solve that problem!
     
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  5. bogydave

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    I use flo-pink ribbon on my tools
    Good idea to paint it. May paint some of them flo-pink ;)

    Nice stacks
    Looking at the stacks help them season
    I know the feeling, a daily ritual for me, even if snow covered now
     
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    Took a walk out back yesterday. I'll do it again today, and I bet they're a little drier.==c
     
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    The only better area to take a walk is in the woods that you cut in.
     

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