I start cross crossing about one two rows below the top of the end support. I think next time I will just stick 8 footers in the end supports. Looking good better than my first stack.I have wood supports on the sides, can I do that style with those supports?
This definitely works but is harder if there aren't too many uniform pieces. I do it a lot with oak and ash because it's easy to split slabs. Stuff like cherry and maple I prefer the ease of wood supports. Just toss it in and it's good.With cross stacking you don't need end supports. The cross stacking supports the ends.
The end columns are mostly 17x4x6in. I stack 12 layers high for approx. 4 ft. , and 4 pallets long for 2 rows approx. 2 face cords long. The guns are 1973 Browning Broadway Trap and 1929 Winchester Model 12 Trap.Yikes those are some big boy splits! What are you burning in? Nice stacks. My 1.85 cu ft box couldn't handle those puppies. I keep mine mostly 17" and 3-5".
Also tell me more about the guns. Former skeet shooter here until the wife outlawed guns in the house when the kids arrived.
You got that right! He is SUPER Spoiled! Haha thank you! Christmas card sounds like a fantastic Idea!That is a very pretty picture with your " spoiled mut" sitting or laying with his feet stretched out enjoying the beautiful cut grass and all that clean looking well stacked wood in the background--I would make that into a christmas card and really enlarge that beautiful Pup and have him tower over everything---lol---enjoyed...clancey