You never know until you ask. Score again, pics.

Brogan007 Posted By Brogan007, Feb 19, 2012 at 6:40 PM

  1. Brogan007

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    Local road is being widened, contractor cut down trees, stacked the logs but never got in to remove them due to wet weather. I drove past them for 9 months...till I figured, if I don't ask, I'll never know. The job supervisor told me to take them all, the contractor is not coming back. Wow! 6 full trailer loads, 12 ft logs, and still didn't clear all the various stacks of logs. That's me finished now. Enough wood on hand for 8-10 yrs. Unreal winter for wood availability here.
     

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  2. WellSeasoned

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    Real nice score. That beats going all through the woods. How did you get them onto the trailer? Nice pics
     
  3. Brogan007

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  4. WellSeasoned

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    You used the chainsaw? Damn. :cheese:
     
  5. loon

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    Great score and setup for sure ;-)

    loon
     
  6. Woody Stover

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    Hard to tell...is that mostly White Ash or what?
     
  7. toonces

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    nice. wish i had a setup to scoop up that kind of score!
     
  8. Realstone

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    Very sweet indeed!

    It seems to me that the further south you go (to a point) the better the quality & availability of good burning wood there is. Them's what need it least have it most.
     
  9. mfglickman

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    Wow! How did you get all that onto a trailer? 8-10 years' worth? Amazing.
     
  10. Brogan007

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    My wood ID skills are very lacking. No idea what the trees are. I can recognize pine...and leave it alone....and I think I know white oak....but that's it.
    No idea what this stuff was. It sure is heavy though, the skidsteer was at tipping point on some of the large logs.
     
  11. woodsmaster

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    I see what looks like a couple ash and a couple pine. Not sure on the others
     

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