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weekend work.

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by whatisup02, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. whatisup02

    whatisup02 Member

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    Well here is a pic of what I got done this weekend. The first 2 pics are from this weekend. The stack is 51 feet long and 5-5 1/2 feet tall. The last pic is off my wall of wood that I'm making.

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  2. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Now there is a great place for stacking wood. Talk about out in the wind and sun! There are some pretty good sized splits and rounds in there too.
  3. whatisup02

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    The side with the trailer is north. So it gets hit with the wind out of the south and the sun all day. Its a nice spot and makes a nice fence. The bigger the splits the longer the burn, I hope anyway.

    I dont know why it put the pics up twice.
  4. thewoodlands

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    whatisup02, the stacks look great, like Sav said you have a nice area for stacking.

    zap
  5. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    So long as the stove holds it, you are correct about the bigger stuff holding fires longer.
  6. whatisup02

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    Plus that stack is soft wood. I will be getting another 3 or so cord of hard wood to work on if a few weeks. Im working on getting a new saw befor I get the load of logs. My curant saw just does not have the power to work on 14-24in logs.
  7. tfdchief

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    Great looking pile of wood. Thanks for the pics. I love pics of wood piles;)
  8. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    Nice wood fence! Doubles as a snow break in the winter too!

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