Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by ShaneLogs, Apr 19, 2012.
Darn the other pictures didn't load.
You fellas are really gonna make me get a front end loader! All the pictures of the heavy machinery has me drooling
Well just put the last chunk from this load in the fire this evening. Two hours worth of work yielded me 5 days of burning.
Next weekend I’ll go and get another load of scrounge from that area.
The blue machine hardly sees any use so I'm gathering some wood sized for it. Spent about 4 hours in the bush today to get this laying here. Started in a new section of the bush due to all the warm weather and mud everywhere else. Was a bit of a distance to drag them but at least it wasn't real muddy. The snowy pics are of my splitting area this morning.
Does make life easier
Is that a Ford truck in your first pic?
Looks to be a Ford.
The Timberwolve has never let me down
Haywire, not to be picky but your firewood is upside down.
Yes, sir. Retired Forest Service F150.
That's in excellent shape! Got the 300 c.i. in it?
I love them all ,well older trucks that is I have 3 chevys but I am still looking for a 7.3 Ford. Dodge looks like a goofy raindeer
Yeah, pretty she's pretty clean. 5.0 V8 4-speed
My Dodge was one of the last 2007 5.9 CDT's . I looked for 3 months for it only thing I didn't get on my list was the manual trans
Are you selling wood or is that all for your own consumption? Nice list of equipment!
I think I drove by your place today.
Sounds like it!
That old splitter was the FIRST thing I bought with my first “Service Manager” paycheck. Only set me back 2 bills. Put that thing to work the first day! Gonna fabricate up a new hydro tank outta R134 tank this week at work. Old tank leaks like a sieve
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