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Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
Southern IN
Wood is on some weird racks I found on the property and on 2x4's and 2x6's. Mostly storm damaged trees.
Man, I wish my stacks could get that much wind. _g


Jan 1, 2019
Upstate New York
Man, I wish my stacks could get that much wind. _g
Problem is, it will all be covered in white stuff here pretty soon. Hence the tarps. Still need more tarps and plan on keeping the deep snow away from the base of the stacks if I can. I plan on building a wood shed off the gable end of my garage sometime next year. Keeps the weather off, gets a ton of air through that area and is a short trip from there to inside.