Vermont Woodpile

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  1. toonjie

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    Here's some pics of an incredibly well stacked woodpile. 2 weeks ago my wife and I drove up to Vermont for Columbus day weekend and it was great to see all the different woodpiles; many had just had wood dropped off on the driveway. My wife took me out to Worcester, VT where she said there's a guy that has this incredible woodpile that always reminds her of me. It would be nice to have a roof like this over all my wood, I can only dream!

    http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc233/Yachaddm/IMG_4515.jpg

    http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc233/Yachaddm/IMG_4516.jpg
     
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    Wow.
     
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    Ya know ya really don't want to just hate some people but...
     
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    Showoff.
     
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    I bet that wood is still green, like my sour grapes
     
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    I think if I put that much effort into stacking I would end up turning the electric heat on just so I wouldn't have to undo it.
     
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    Pictures like that just reinforce my beliefs that some people have too much money and time time on their hands.
     
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    It's too nice-looking to touch.
     
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    I think it is wall paper behind glass. :coolgrin:
     
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    A wood snob indeed. I am too embarrassed to show off my hodgepodge hillbilly system.
     
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    Ha - a 2 cord garage
     
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    I agree, way too much free time...but hey I wouldn't mind having that extension. Probably a wood stove in the middle just to dry the wood. :)
     
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    Hey, I want some of that!
     
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    You guys crack me up. Yeah, I bet he has a real pile out back that he actually uses. If I had taken the time to stack it that nicely, it wold pain me to actually use it!
     
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    A quote from last week on one of my posts
    cozy heat for my feet - 19 October 2007 06:23 PM
    Dang. Woodbutcher - that gets my vote for the best lookin’ stack of wood I think I’ve ever seen! Clean, straight lines - wow!

    You win with that stack.......Wow! Postcard perfect!
    Hey Cozy take a look at this stack!

    The WoodButcher
     
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