Stacked and ready for more...

Xikar Posted By Xikar, Mar 25, 2013 at 7:29 AM

  1. Xikar

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    Got around to stacking all that Beech I had split last weekend and figured I'd share a picture! :p

    That row to the left is double stacked and the smaller stack to the right is single stack. These will be growing at an alarming rate in the next month or so.

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  2. Jack Straw

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    I hope you have better luck with your stacks than I do.......gravity sucks! Looks like you been busy.
     
  3. Beer Belly

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    It was a good weekend in Connecticut for working outside....I had the misfortune of working 11 hours O/T and pretty much lost the weekend:(
     
  4. schlot

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    Nice
     
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  6. Xikar

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    Hey, at least it will show in your paycheck. Looks like next weekend is shaping up to be even nicer!
     
  7. Woody Stover

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    That's a buttload o' wood right there! :cool:
     
  8. PapaDave

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    This is gooder news.
     
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  9. Backwoods Savage

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    Xikar, that looks great except for the fact that you stacked against the trees. That has the possibility of harming both the tree and the wood stack. Of course the wood can be restacked if necessary but it is a shame to harm the other trees.
     
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  10. Hills Hoard

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    fantastic...well done... ;)
     
  11. bogydave

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    Nice stacks
    We never get tired of looking of "well stacked"
    fire wood :)
     
  12. Paulywalnut

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    Sunny location and it looks well ventilated.
     
  13. Xikar

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    It's only against that one little tree to the left there and I'm not too worried as that tree and the ones all around it are getting cleared out over the summer anyhow.
     
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    Nice work!
     

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