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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by fireview2788, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. fireview2788

    fireview2788 Minister of Fire

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    A couple of weeks ago I posted about the youth moving firewood. Well, here's the proof that you begged for! The stuff that they moved is almost all the split stuff in the second picture and all the dark stuff in the last picture.

    The rest of the stuff is what my buddy is scrounging for me (still two more trailer loads left to get). The entire pile is about 40' long, 15' wide, and 5' tall. We split for about an hour and a half yesterday. Now I need to get it moved and stacked. If you are wondering, it's a mix of ash (white, green, and blue), walnut, locust, hedge, and some hard maple.

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  2. new_wood

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    Very nice fireview........definitely looks as if you have some work cut out for you!
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  3. bogydave

    bogydave Minister of Fire

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    Getting prettyh warm there isn't it?
    Gonna wait until Fall to get it all split & stacked ?
  4. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Good stuff there fireview.
  5. fireview2788

    fireview2788 Minister of Fire

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    Nope, working on it as I can. A little sweat never hurt anyone.

    fv
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  6. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    Wow, you are gonna be set for a very long time once you get that wood all split and stacked......I'm anxious for 'after' pics.
    As for working wood, I do it all year round. I enjoy doing it in the summer just as much as the winter or fall. Good workout. I'm not real crazy about the bugs and such in the summer, I try my best to ignore them....

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