When do you stop cutting for the year?

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  1. sapratt

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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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    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.

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