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When do you stop cutting for the year?

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by CowboyAndy, Oct 16, 2008.

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  1. sapratt

    sapratt Feeling the Heat

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    You stop cutting wood when you stop breathing. Until then its non stop. I've told my
    wife many times I'm done for the year. Then I see wood waiting for a new home
    and I can't pass it up.

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  2. countrybois

    countrybois Member

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    [/quote]

    Huh???? Thats the best time there is, in my opinion. Thats when you can really get down to work without the sweat dripping in your eyes. I love a nice, crisp, calm, 20 degree, clear winter day. Gets the blood pumping. I'll be down to a sweat shirt and loving it.

    Signed: Big bear Jags. ;-P[/quote]


    Amen brother!! That's the best.
  3. Rockey

    Rockey Minister of Fire

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    Oh sweet, I am reminded of one sultry model whos last words to me were "When hell freezes over" I think its time to collect boys.
  4. JBinKC

    JBinKC Feeling the Heat

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    Feb 1-April 15th and the month of October is when I normally do all of my wood gathering and processing. Time when the temperatures are cold enough to do some work and doesn't impede with my other outdoor hobbies.
  5. BurningIsLove

    BurningIsLove New Member

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    Echo that....nothing better than providing amusement to the neighbors while outside in freezing temps in a worn out t-shirt & torn jeans splitting w/ a maul. Although in all seriousness, I dont generally use my chainsaw if Im standing in snow for safety reasons.
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