Veteran's Day scroung

mudbug250 Posted By mudbug250, Nov 12, 2012 at 1:46 PM

  1. mudbug250

    mudbug250
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    This was I was able to get this morning working about three hours straight. I figure it is a little over half a cord. The first picture is just the hickory I have been cutting on the past few weeks. The second picture shows the hickory and the rest was out of the log trailer load that was dumped on the ditch about a year ago.
    I stacked the rounds in the area I am gonna start using as my wood area. Since I am several years ahead this wood won't be touched in a while. So I don't want to take up anymore usable yard. This spot will eventually be where I build a shop/wood shed.
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  2. TimJ

    TimJ
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  3. bogydave

    bogydave
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    Good to stay ahead. :)
    Primo wood !
    Will you spit it up or leave it in rounds ?
     
  4. mudbug250

    mudbug250
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    Dec 17, 2011
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    Oh I am gonna split it. Just gotta get me some more pallets. Thing I am gonna make my racks on pallet as the base do I can move with the tractor and back hay fork. I have several days off for thanksgiving, so I am gonna split and stack then
     
  5. mudbug250

    mudbug250
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    Dec 17, 2011
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    Make my racks with one pallet as the base
     
  6. mudbug250

    mudbug250
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    Dec 17, 2011
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    About to go get me some more pallets right now.
     

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