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Backyard Lumberjack

Backyard Lumberjack

" ~ No wood, No fire! ~ "
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Echoville, TEXAS
Only had about 20 more logs to process in this picture. Got everything cut around 4pm yesterday. For reference, I'm 6'4.



man! you are blown n going. thx for the pix! I like the split pile fire. I always have one going when splitting. summer or winter... the chips go in. :)
 
Backyard Lumberjack

Backyard Lumberjack

" ~ No wood, No fire! ~ "
Joined
Jan 10, 2016
Messages
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Location
Echoville, TEXAS
Urban firewood - similar, but bit smaller scale;

start to finish. 8/18 - 12/18. got permission from crew chief to take all the oak out of this huge oak tree removal job just down the street from my place I wanted.

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oak limbs sections get cut up into chunks
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then split up all the oak into firewood stix...
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and stacked it in this shipping crate I converted into a firewood wood shed...
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and some nice fireplace heat in the MBR on a cold late fall night
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avason

avason

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Most of My wood had been outside since June. On some pallets and metal with tarps. It was a real wet season too. My red oak was growing shrooms on them. It feels really good to get everything under cover and dry. The best part is to not have to mess with pallets on bad grounding. The concrete was worth every penny.
 
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