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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by blacktail, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. blacktail

    blacktail Feeling the Heat

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    I trimmed my driveway yesterday, i still have a bunch of limbs from the fir I had cut down, and my dad had a bunch of cedar fencing to get rid of. And my neighbor brought over some of his home brew. This yard work is killing me.
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  2. bogydave

    bogydave Minister of Fire

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    Nice fire
    Shut down here, extreme fire danger , no outside fires.

    Sit around the fire, have a few beers & solve the worlds problems .
    Tough yard work ;)
  3. Jags

    Jags Moderate Moderator Staff Member

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    I usually get them solved, but have a tough time remembering the solutions the next day.;lol
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  4. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    it doesn't take much persuading to get me to build a fire out back.....matter of fact, on the weekends that firepit area more-or-less becomes the family room in the summertime....

    Its my favorite "room" of the house this time of year!
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  5. blacktail

    blacktail Feeling the Heat

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    I'm trying to get my burning done while the weather is still wet. The limbs from the fir that came down are still green so I've been mixing it with dry stuff to keep it going. My dad does a lot of wood working so I asked him if he had any scraps to get rid of that I could mix in to keep the fire hot. He gets a lot of wood for free from a fencing company and had a big pile of fencing so I was in luck.

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