ansehnlich1 said:The stuff I'm going to burn this winter is covered, on top, and down the sides a foot or two, but it is well seasoned.
I split 5 cord of red oak in March of this year, and won't burn it until winter of 09/10, and it is covered with pieces of plywood and stuff, sides wide open.
Don't cover stuff that needs to season for as long as possible, but cover when fall arrives.
That's how this old boy does it.
Nope, I got no worries with moisture, never seen any under my tarps. My dry and seasoned stuff is covered, but I just covered it up a couple days ago. The stuff I won't burn til next year can lay around uncovered, but I got my stuff that I'm burnin' this year covered up and not worried a bit about moisture in it.johnnywarm said:I hear when you get the first frost cover .Do you think that the foot or two down the sides can trap humidity or Moister???
Yep, the shed is 20 x 20 (100 yr old "wash house") that is located 5 steps via sidewalk to the attached garage "man" door. Take the 2 wheel cart from garage to shed, load with 48 hrs of heat. Go back to garage. I can walk out in my slippers to the garage and gather wood as needed. Again, easy.johnnywarm said: