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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by ecocavalier02, Jan 15, 2012.
He told me he was ready to work
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4yr old great nephew Oct 2011
Before the saw comes the stacking for the young guy, I have some extra t-post. :snake:
Bobby, looks like he's ready to eat first. :coolsmile:
Let me tell you he can eat and loves to eat!!
i dont know zap. lol im gonna have to train him in some nice wall stacking.
he looks like I do when I get my saw out.....drooling and mesmerized!....start 'em young on them Stihls and he's destined to be a great man someday!!
They will be css our wood for us when we are old, so train them well.
Bobby, wish I had pics of my kids when they first started helping with firewood. Just keep him involved and some day he may want some of his HS Sr pics to include that Stihl he grew up with because it meant that much to him. :coolsmile:
That one of those kevlar bibs I've been hearing about . . . I've been meaning to get myself one of those and some chaps.
haha. yeah i could use one myself. lol
He is my helper with kindling. My wife says I have him brainwashed. Every day I pick him up from daycare, he says, "home, firewood". Found a John Deere battery gator for him at a garage sale. He loves it, and so do I....he drives around, picks up the sticks for me, and says "firewood. I just hope he keeps the same enthusiasm as he gets older
Very cute kid...Bucks!!
Yep, stacking first, then splitting, then get em on the saw.
My oldest son is ready to start running the saw, but I don't know if I'm ready to let him yet, not without all kinds of safety gear anyway.
For now they are the main splitter/stackers around this house.
I could use a kid like him...great that they help you! girlfriends kid wants to sit around playing xbox lazy as can be!
thats pretty awesome. cute kid.
Priceless They will remember those times the rest of their life. My kids do, and they are in their 30's
My little man was helping me cut a couple weekends back. :lol: I can't wait till he's old enough to really help out his busted up old man.
Before this rain moved through we moved some wood from the stacks up to the house. I dropped a limb off the wheel barrow and sent my little one to get it. He's a big help.