Shoulder decompression and bicep tenodesis 8.5 weeks ago. I actually had my follow up with the surgeon yesterday afternoon, and he said that I'm making excellent progress in my recovery. He said it was obvious I've been committed to my physio, and I told him that I was serious about getting better because I've got things and stuff I want to be doing - like wood!
Oh my! How come you don't run that stuff through your wood stove? That would be a lovely outdoor fire to stand around though.Today I burned most of the pine from the stuff I c/s a few days ago. We had a nice rain overnight and again today so things were wet, the heaviest of the rain will come in later this afternoon.
You are in good shape: a stove room, a wood shed, inside storage, dried wood coming in, and a nice stoveAlright ---thanks....I am ready in a few months to burn and today I clean up the stove room--:"image that"- a "stove room"and wait for my kiln dried wood to get here...thanks stoveliker...clancey
I just have more Pine then we need, the stuff that I burned had been down a good 9-10 years so the outside was very punky.Yea woodlands looks great to me and why not running it through the stove just like MissMac wrote..lol Now I have a question regarding small wood pieces like what the woodlands is burning..I have this left over wood that i kept and where do I store it? How do I store it because I am afraid it will fall down the slates in the wood? Its dry and should I bring it inside and put in my metal wood cages with the kiln dry wood coming today.,,,( 16inch split oak) coming from Ga.).. One more question: For my wood shed do you think that I should put another roof over that one to extend it out farther (overhang) on the front? Do you think that I should maybe put black roof stuff on it to absorb the heat better? Picture coming...What do I do with that small wood should maybe I get one of those pallets and put on top of the bottom of the little wood shed? Plenty of questions--lots of work to be done today--taking my vitamin...Glad your doing well Miss Mac and getting productive once again. clancey
I have about five piles of pine logs from the clearing I did in 2018 for our new garage that are left like in the attached picture.
Depends on how rotten. If it's all soft I add them to my compost piles. If it's not too much hassle I'll chip/shred dead/rotten wood, but I don't put too much effort into it.Oh I see....cannot anybody do anything with Rotten Wood? Maybe sawdust or something or chips or mulch maybe.? clancey
They were only good for firewood with a few good for milling at the time they were cut. I had a short amount of time to fell, limb up, move the logs and dig up a bunch of the stumps before the contractor moved in.May I ask why those six were left and were not they good for something? Just curious since I am looking at my wood pile that I got and just wondering why...That was three years ago you left them on your property--would they be considered "dried out" and ready for burning laying on the ground --could you burn them now if you had too for your wood stove--meaning what exactly is "seasoned" anyway? clancey