Started on the Beech splitting today.

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Pallet Pete, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. Pallet Pete

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    Started splitting some of the Beech today into more manageable sizes.

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    I would be getting on AC and make him split em down to size!:) And while he is at it have him drop me off a load or 2!;)

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    Well it is my fault they where so big ;lol. I was asked if I wanted them smaller and said no because I had a splitter at home and could finish them off there.

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    Nice job Pallet Pete, some nice firewood you have in the Beech. The Beech makes that needle move real quick on the thermometer, my wife likes Beech firewood the best.
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    Thanks zap ! I have not burned to much Beech the last few years so the other night because I missed the light show I dug for 20 minutes to find a dry piece. It really burns great we had forgotten how beautiful a light show it puts on. Usually I won't cut them because around me they are huge and hollow kinda scares me. More than once I have had them fall 1/4 the way through with the saw lol. It is a nice treat !

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    Pete I love the setup pull the wood out of the truck split / stack saving some steps !!!!!
     
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    I hear ya on the big hollow Beech, had two I did in the winter do the same.:eek: We'll burning those two in 2014.
     
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    It works well that way usually however this time I had to take it off the pallets by the fence split it throw in the bed then go to the bins and unload lol. You are right though usually I come home with a load split it off the bed and put it in the bin. Saves a lot of energy !

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    Nice work Pete.
     
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    Nice, I like the little electric splitter!
     
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    Thanks guys ! That little splitter has proved to be a little beast it goes through some pretty tuff stuff. Plus no splitting table needed when you have a tailgate. ;)

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    mmmmmm beech
     
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