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Visitor checking out my stacks !

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Billybonfire, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    Caught this guy checking out my stacks.

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  2. schlot

    schlot Minister of Fire

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    A feathered inspector of the tasty kind
  3. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    He probably wants to know why you've stacked all that wood against the trees! ;)
  4. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    Hi Dennis,
    they're between old concrete fence posts, some shrubs infront, not a very good picture as taken quick on my phone and was a distance away.
    Cold here now, overnight frosts but usually make crisp sunny days. :)
    Hope you're feeling better, have a good weekend.

    Billy.
  5. Adabiviak

    Adabiviak Feeling the Heat

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    Pheasant?
  6. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    Yeah, there's quite a lot of them round here, some bred for shooting on local farms, safe here although I do sometimes go beating on a shoot on my friends farm.
  7. bogydave

    bogydave Minister of Fire

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    Ringneck. Originally from China I think.
    Stuffed & baked. Ummmm good.
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  8. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    I like them roast with bacon, mash potatoes and veg. :)
    Edit.....or do I prefer roast potatoes ??? now thats a question I cant seem to answer.
    [​IMG]
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  9. red oak

    red oak Minister of Fire

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    Make sure he doesn't steal any of your wood!
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  10. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    If he does he's toast......I mean roast :)
  11. Gasifier

    Gasifier Minister of Fire

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    Cool pic Billy. How much wood do you have stacked there? Nice work on that.
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  12. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    Hi Gasifier,
    think there's about 1.5 cords, in that stack, between fence posts 6'x4' single row, 8 stacks in total.
    Got about 6 cords in total in all my stacks.
    Only got a small stove (compared to you guys) so use about 2 cords per season.
    Good to be ahead :).

    Billy. ​
  13. tcassavaugh

    tcassavaugh Minister of Fire

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    no pheasant in these parts, come to think of it no partridge/roughed grouse either .....a few wild turkey but thats about it for game birds....oh yeah....doves ducks or geese but no upland game birds.

    cass
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  14. Billybonfire

    Billybonfire Feeling the Heat

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    Lots of geese round here Cass, one of my friends is a carrot farmer, the geese land on the fields and eat all the carrots left on the ground after harvesting.
    Lots of other game too.
    I dont shoot anymore but enjoy a days beating now and then, fresh air, exercise and good company, and a brace of pheasants to roast :).
  15. tcassavaugh

    tcassavaugh Minister of Fire

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    we're located on the flyway so we get a lot of geese stopping over after the fall harvests.....lots like the corn or soybean fields. we didn't have many pheasants growing up in my area of upstate n.y., there were a few but most were raised and released prior to hunting season. sounds like your hunts were fun....and flavorful :)

    cass
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