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Work so far this year (pics)

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by clutch25, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. clutch25

    clutch25 Member

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    Some pictures of progress at my mom's place and what I have for my house done for next year....

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  2. clutch25

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    More....mess on the back pad has been cleaned up (ran through the stove).

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  3. maxed_out

    maxed_out New Member

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    nice stacks, love the truck. looks like a lot of wood.
  4. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Clutch, you've been a busy man. With all the wind you folks get out there the wood should dry rather fast. Being a drier climate helps that too.
  5. thewoodlands

    thewoodlands Minister of Fire

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    Very nice job on your wood, selling firewood with a drive through service, nice twist. ;-)


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  6. tfdchief

    tfdchief Minister of Fire

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    I love pics of wood stacks and those are some nice ones. Nice wood haulin machine too!
  7. Jack Straw

    Jack Straw Minister of Fire

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    Hey Clutch, how did you get that picture of my M.I.L. in your avatar? :lol:
  8. ProjectX

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    Nice open stacks man love the views!!!

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  9. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    Real nice stacks and nice property - looks like a perfect place to season wood! Cheers!
  10. clutch25

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    BWHAAHHAHAAAA!!!!!

    That property with all the wood stacks is about the best place I have seen to season wood! The piles run east-west and the wind is ALWAYS blowing through the wood from either the north or south and it has full year round sun exposure.

    A view of the stacks from the road...

    I'm amazed that we've already been able to replace what was moved down to the house.

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  11. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    Great pics . . . even as bleak as it is right now I love to see pics from around this great country of ours . . . thanks for sharing.
  12. raygard

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    It looks like Hadrians Wall.

    I'm impressed.
  13. clutch25

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    The pictures of the white house and the shelterbelt are of wood for my house/garage. Since we don't have any snow I'm trying to get next years wood cut and stacked vs. doing it in the spring. I just don't have the room on my property for much more. I currently have probably close to 8 cords on my lot and I'm going to bring a bunch of oak home tomorrow that I cut last year. The area were the oak is wasn't accesable for most of the year due to water issues. If memory serves me I have at least a cord remaining on that lot.

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