The days take - one extreme to another

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  1. CowboyAndy

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    Cut sat afternoon, went and got it yesterday. Maple and aspen... about 1.5 cords worth according to my trailer. 4 x 6 x 3 tall, about .56 cord. 3 loads worth.

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    Good job Andy! Good to see you aren't waiting for that hot weather. Get that wood out before the skeeters hatch. You'll be a happy camper next winter.
     
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    Andy if I were you I'd keep that aspen in a separate pile...btw down here we call it poplar.
     
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    No Savage. It's popple!
     
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    Ya, alot of people here call it popple too... anyways, it will be going in a seperate pile, or stack rather. I have (as seen in pic 1) a row of branches and rounds and (seen off to the right in pic 2) a row of softwood. the aspoppler is going in that row.
     
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