Work Done in 2019

heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,641
Kirtland Ohio
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Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
12,160
Southern IN
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EODMSgt

Feeling the Heat
Dec 11, 2018
265
White Mountain Region, NH
Finally finished the wood from the first pic yesterday (and just in time as it's snowing now). Ended up with 8 cord in the shed (less now since I've been burning) and a little over 4 cord split and stacked outside.
 

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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
4,234
Downeast Maine
Pretty soon I'm going to get going on wood again, your setup looks awesome. Im going to try the round holzhousen stacks this year.
 

EODMSgt

Feeling the Heat
Dec 11, 2018
265
White Mountain Region, NH
Im going to try the round holzhousen stacks this year.
I considered doing one of those this season but didn't scrounge enough firewood. I only want to build one of those once I get to a point where I'm stacking wood for three years down the road. Stacking in one of those doesn't season as well so I want to give the wood plenty of time.
 
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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
4,234
Downeast Maine
I considered doing one of those this season but didn't scrounge enough firewood. I only want to build one of those once I get to a point where I'm stacking wood for three years down the road. Stacking in one of those doesn't season as well so I want to give the wood plenty of time.
Thanks for the heads up. I've been stacking between trees but I'm tired of cleaning up splits after wind storms. I have very little cleared flat land and I haven't gotten to building a woodshed yet.
 

MMH

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Jan 21, 2019
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Storm moving in tonight, supposed to snow for 5-6 days, drop up to 6” over the week, we’ll see. Got my wood covered, I made a little awning on the splits so I can still get in and get wood if needed, the pile on the ground is 7-8 cords in rounds, little redneck but hopefully does the job. Got some wood moved to the garage also. Should be set for a few weeks until the shop gets built
 

heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,641
Kirtland Ohio
I didn't get any pics today, had an early thanksgiving at my parents. But I stacked a little wood and just got ready for the week splitting kindling and having the garage full for the coming week. Nice job MMH ,HitzerHillbilly, and EODMSgt looks like everyone was in the same mind frame this weekend.
 
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heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,641
Kirtland Ohio
Just filled the garage back up along with the kindling barrel. There was not a lot of wood used this week but since it was dry today and they are calling for rain the next couple of days it seemed like a good day to get it all filled back up.
 
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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
4,234
Downeast Maine
Just filled the garage back up along with the kindling barrel. There was not a lot of wood used this week but since it was dry today and they are calling for rain the next couple of days it seemed like a good day to get it all filled back up.
We have heavy snow coming in the next few days so today is moving wood into sheds day.