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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. Backyard Lumberjack

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    appreciate it, interesting thread...
     
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    We finally got the pile about half this size split and cleared. Moved all the snow and crap then stacked all these lengths with the grapple closer to the stove and wood stacking area for splitting.[​IMG]

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    It's a mess, but it cleans up ok.
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    Glad somebody gets to cut. More rain here tomorrow. Saps gotta be up, we haven't even had winter yet, refuse to tap em yet
     
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    A few truck loads of ash I’ve been scrounging up
     

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    CaseyForrest I am NOT a tree freak.

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    Only had about 20 more logs to process in this picture. Got everything cut around 4pm yesterday. For reference, I'm 6'4.

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    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. :)
     
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    16 degrees yesterday but had to get out. IMG_20190113_103043400_HDR.jpg only one pallet but it adds up IMG_20190113_112441483.jpg I have a new toy coming soon, pics to come.
     
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    Start to finish, here's our pile of sugar maple, from April 2017 to this morning.

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    Nice t
    Nice to see such an organized process.

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    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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    As promised new toy has arrived. image (3).jpg IMG_20190116_113152190_HDR.jpg image (4).jpg only used it about half hour,so far I like it.
     
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    Nice...what kind and size is that beast?
     
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    Was able to zoom. Nice kioti.
     
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    kioti ck2610 I was going to go bigger but did not want all the emission bull
     
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    oic, I thought it was a Stihl!... well, color you know... lol :dumb:
     
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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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