Wood Shed Benefits from Light Winter

geoxman

Feeling the Heat
Jan 26, 2010
285
STL City
Nice shed! You still went through a decent amount of wood. Do you normally go through the entire shed?
 

Martin Strand III

New Member
Nov 20, 2005
763
NW MI near nowhere
geoxman said:
Nice shed! You still went through a decent amount of wood. Do you normally go through the entire shed?
I'd say about 1 1/2 cords is decent
for 5 1/2 months.

Of course, I can't take the credit.
Its been the weather.

My hidden voice is saying,
"Next year you'll pay!"

Aye,
Marty
 

Backwoods Savage

Minister of Fire
Feb 14, 2007
27,812
Michigan
Marty that is pretty close to the amount we've gone through. Lots of wood still in the barn. It can stay there until next winter too.
 

Martin Strand III

New Member
Nov 20, 2005
763
NW MI near nowhere
Backwoods Savage said:
Marty that is pretty close to the amount we've gone through. Lots of wood still in the barn. It can stay there until next winter too.
Oh, I have more too -
stuffed away in dry secret places.

Around here, if you don't have wood ready
to go - I mean dry hardwood, no soggy wet
drippy unseasoned softwood - on Friday's after
the work day is over, you don't get a dance or
a good seat at the bar let alone a chance to
start a 'faar..

Aye,
Marty
 

bogydave

Minister of Fire
Dec 4, 2009
8,426
So Cent ALASKA
Jealous here.
I burned more during the long sub zero temps we had.
Gonna be over 6 cords burned this year. Maybe it'll be reversed next year.

Nice shed,
What will you do now that you only need to get a couple cords in. Wood cutter's withdraw ? LOL :)
You should be able to get more ahead, just in case ;)
 

Martin Strand III

New Member
Nov 20, 2005
763
NW MI near nowhere
bogydave said:
Jealous here.
I burned more during the long sub zero temps we had.
Gonna be over 6 cords burned this year. Maybe it'll be reversed next year.

Nice shed,
What will you do now that you only need to get a couple cords in. Wood cutter's withdraw ? LOL :)
You should be able to get more ahead, just in case ;)
I'll do what I always do*:
Chop wood and carry water.

Aye,
Marty
*Grandma used to say,
"If you always do what you've always done,
you'll always get what you've always gotten."