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Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by ShaneLogs, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. Oldmaple

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    Here's a few during construction. Basically 2 4x6 posts holding up a ridge beam. I used some white pine slabs that I chain saw milled to go on the rafters for supporting the metal roofing. I had salvaged that from an old building I had torn down. We get a fair amount of snow, have had up to a couple of feet on it before I pull it off with a snow rake. IMG_20160703_174556713.jpg IMG_20160703_174623929.jpg IMG_20160703_174636927.jpg IMG_20160703_194419514.jpg Had to try a ping pong game before moving some wood in.
     
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    I remember these pictures very clearly! I was more thinking of the family fun part of it at the time. Thanks for reposting them!
     
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    A look inside my wood shed..
     
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    Here is a pic of wood pile[​IMG]


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  5. MNGuns

    MNGuns Cut, Split, Repeat....

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    Some birch I've worked up recently. Hoping to put up some more before the thaw. Sells good around the holidays....

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    Nice looking stacks!
     
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    Picture of the wood before and after stack. I didn’t do the best job stackin it. I was getting tired of it and wound up with a little of 12 cords. Still have a lot more to do.
     
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    What the hell, how did you make that pile?

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    Spilt it and piled it up with the backhoe
     
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    There a picture of it cut
     
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    I live in the middle of California. It has been a really weird winter so far have only got an inch and of quarter of rain so far and none in the forecast. Most of the wood I cut is eucalyptus
     
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    That explains the red color of the wood. Weird winter here too, barely any snow, plowed once. I am i central MN usually several feet by now.

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    Wow that’s crazy. I haven’t had a fire in over 3 weeks it has been in 70’s and lows in the 50’s
     
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    It has been cold here, many -15, -20, -25 nights but no snow, frost is pushing my deck posts and garage, first time since i built it in 2000

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    Dang I didn’t know frost would do that the coldest it gets here is the high teens and that is few and far between
     
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    Some of next years wood.

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    Some ugly friggin’ stacks lol. I have no idea how some of you guys can stack so straight. This is next years wood also.

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    Edit.....The pics of those stacks don't look near as bad as they do in person lol.
     
  20. dancan

    dancan Spruce , The preferred wood of the Purgatory !

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    Here's some pics from the 50's from my home area

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    No Fiskars or hydro splitters were used then lol
     

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