Woodpile Is Locked and Loaded

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by ChrisN, Sep 11, 2006.

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  1. ChrisN

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    I am getting ready to put the tarp over the top of my pile soon, maybe another week or so to get that last bit of drying. I figure I have between 8 and 10 cords put up. I burned about 6 last year, so this pile should get me through this season pretty comfortably.

    Happy Burning, Chris
     

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    Nice looking wood pile chrisN. That will keep you warm for a while.
     
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    <Tim Allen /Home Inprovemnt grunt> urrr ............ urrrr ..urrr ................urrrrr , urr ! Money in the bank baby ............ money in the bank.
     
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    I thought the post was about guarding your wood and labor investment. Great looking pile
    Me 10 gage double barrell Parker plus two large dogs protects my wood piles
     
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    The last thing my high-falutin' neighbors will do is steal my wood. they think i'm crazy and keep asking me when I'm going to stop adding to it. and the looks they give me when I'm hanging laundry on our clothes line, makes me feel like I'm in an episode of the Beverly Hillbillies!
     
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    Ask them what they plan to do when the power goes out. Remind them you'll be nice and warm. Next ask them what happens if someone lets a dirty bomb go in one of the big cities in Texas. or trashes the Alaskan pipeline etc... and oil goes to 8 bucks a gallon. You...Nothing... your house is nice a toasty. Them....Uhhhh they move to Florida and find a new career.
     
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    And after they move you go over and cut down their trees for the woodpile.
     
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