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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by lopiliberty, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. lopiliberty

    lopiliberty Minister of Fire

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    Pictures of my wood stacks. First one that's covered is what's left of this years wood. 3 rows deep. Hope its enough to get me through. Second is next years wood which is a mix of oak ash and locust. 3 rows deep. If I run out of this year wood, the third row in next years stack has been there three years and it bone dry but hopefully I wouldn't have to get into that. Third picture is the start of 2014-2015 wood. Its a mix of red and chestnut oak and locust 3 rows deep.

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  2. lab17

    lab17 New Member

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    Who needs a privacy fence with stacks like that!
  3. Blue2ndaries

    Blue2ndaries Minister of Fire

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    Nice work Lopi! I'm sure it feels good to be ahead.
  4. TimJ

    TimJ Minister of Fire

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    show dem stacks off lopi..........deys purty
  5. lopiliberty

    lopiliberty Minister of Fire

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    Ya is feel good but all these little snow storms messes up wood cutting. I would like to be further ahead but don't want wood stacked clear along the fence out to the road. If I had a way to get wood up on the hill in my back yard I would stock pile enough to last me for 10 years. Another reason I like winter because that hill has to be mowed every two weeks and its a SOB. Its a lot steeper than it looks.
  6. lopiliberty

    lopiliberty Minister of Fire

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    Sure hope the county doesn't have a ordinance for having to much wood. They would have a fight on there hands if they told me to get rid of it
  7. Ralphie Boy

    Ralphie Boy Minister of Fire

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    I just love lookin' at some one's hard work! It's a beautiful thing! I was born and raised in the Mountain State. Still have some distant and not so distant famley in Wetzel and Barbour counties. I love that country and miss it.:(

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