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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by RoosterBoy, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. RoosterBoy

    RoosterBoy ArboristSite Member

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    hay guys i thought id share my pictures of my wood pile i am getting another load of logs next week but here is what i have so far. i also put a picture of my house that the wood will be heating ;-) and there is a picture of my boiler i installed for days when I'm away from home i don't want to run the stove without being home. it will also heat my hotwater the hwt is on the bottom
    the boiler has outdoor indoor reset the control on top ;-)

    thanks
    Jason
     
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    You certainly have your work cut out for you.
     
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    Looks like you are all set for the next couple winters. Thats one heck of a satellite dish. Is the tower in back of your house yours as well?
     
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    i was going to say the same thing....what do you get with a dish that size?
     
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    That looks like a whole pile of chainsawing fun!

    And what's with the dish? Talking to Mars or something?




    Ya canny change the lawsaphysics Cap'n
     
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    Here's a pic of some logs from last weeks big storms that I have to work on. Took the pic yesterday, and tonight most of them have been cut up into 20" lengths.

    Andy

    View attachment 36679
     
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    That looks like the dishes from back in the early years of satellite TV. Didn't think any were still around.

    Harry K
     
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    hope you dont like that tree

    Iam not a pro at all but having that pille of logs and sticks there will stop the rian water from really getting in the ground. then to top it off wouldn't the acid from all the wood chips leak into the ground and burn the feeder roots ? just a thought.
     
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    hay guys yea my dish is there to watch all the hbo showtime and cinemax and hd stuff.

    hay i hope the log's being there will not kill that tree i have there. what do you think do i need to hurry up and cut the logs?. or can i Waite till winter. because it's to hot for me to cut now?

    thanks
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    You can leave logs leaning on a tree for ever (to season them). What are you worried about?
     
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    That is one sweeeeet looking Buderus with a matching indirect fired water heater. I also see some wrapped duct over head central A/C I'm assumming. You say you installed that your self ? If only every home owner would realize the mechanicals are the most important part of there home.
     
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    Rooster - Who do you get the logs from and what part of Ct are you in?
     
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    A better signal on the KU band. They still receive any bird that you point them at as long as your decoder can decrypt the signal.

    Hey Roosterboy looks like you probably have a Ham set up at the top of that tower that we cant see.
     

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