Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Bster13, Aug 25, 2013.
Ok, so they are hoarding so they can sell, but this was my ride home today:
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Thats a whole lot of stacking. I hate to see the moisture content down in the middle there. As more and more woodburners buy epa stoves, the less and less customers these wood dealers will have, unless they learn to live and let dry
I am always envious of how high and straight they can pile them.. What gives?
Ya mine would be falling over at less than half that height.
But maybe they use the inside pile to brace it as they go higher
I hope they dont fall on anyone
That looks like Hearth.com Members's backyard!
sure does !
Scotty's is much more organized.
I agree... Much straighter. And may even have more lol
Not enough cherry in there though ,,,it may not be his.. IDK..
Ha! I was just going to ask whether that was Scotty's or perhaps the Backwoods Savage!
I don't have a stack anywhere NEAR as nice as yours, Mad Dog!
I appreciate the kind words guys.....I've worked hard to get ahead and such. But there IS on major difference between the Guy's stacks shown in the first post and mine......mine AIN'T FOR SALE!!
BTW that is a FRIGGIN HUGE pile of wood there!
I whish that where true, but I have a feeling most folks will just keep doing what they do, smoulder them then post online how "them newfangled fancy stoves' dont heat as well as their old dragon...
Maybe if we get lucky come here to complain then we can 'school 'em.
Looks like a place on Rt. 7 in Ridgefield, Ct ????......
All of the pics were from various establishments on Rt 7 actually.
I'm thinking they"ll be selling that wood as "seasoned".
Not enough locust in their pile.
They don't use t-posts!
I saw a couple of those stacks last month on a ride from New Cannon to Reading. Quite impressive! I was running late and didn't have time to stop and take pictures.
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