Yellow Birch & Sugar Maple

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  1. thewoodlands

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    After stacking the pine I decided to move this stack from the southeast side to the northside area for stacking, it's mostly yellow birch and sugar maple with some red maple.

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  2. NH_Wood

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    Man, that older wood is sure looking good! Why the move? Cheers!
     
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    You git the award for "neatest" stacks zap...you sure do nice work....;ex
    What is that thing in front of the stacks on the left hand side?
     
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    More sun in the new area, I like the northside for our best hardwood so I'm moving about .62 of a cord of Beech in the racks that are left.

    I'm thinking of putting some Hemlock in the area the birch came from for next spring.

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    The well, that is on the list of things to paint along with the front porch.
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    Very nice stacks you got there bud. The seasoned stuff looks like its been sitting for about 10 years.
     
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    That is some nice looking wood zap. It will keep you warm.
     
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    The more seasoned wood has been stacked since 2010.
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