I do a lot of driving for my job and find myself in some pretty picturesque places, mostly throughout the French and Swiss Alps. I try to bring my camera on most trips in case I come across anything beautiful or unique. Since installing our woodstove and browsing (more like lurking) through these forums, I'm constantly noticing woodpiles during my drives. I thought I'd post a few of the better finds here as I come across them. I'm constantly amazed at how neat and orderly the woodpiles are built over here. Not sure if it's a European thing, or if it's just the precise nature of the French, more so the Swiss. These pictures were taken about a week ago in a small village called La Chapelle de Abondance. The house appears to be an old farmhouse, where the owners of the farm would provide room and board to their workers during the season. Um, do you think he could have made the stack any tighter?