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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. cantoo

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    Darn the other pictures didn't load.
     

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    MechanicMatt Cut Split Stack Burn

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    You fellas are really gonna make me get a front end loader! All the pictures of the heavy machinery has me drooling
     

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    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.
     
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    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.
     

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    Does make life easier 20191220_130228.jpg
     
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    Is that a Ford truck in your first pic?
     
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    Looks to be a Ford.
     
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    The Timberwolve has never let me down 20200106_145215.jpg 20200106_145447.jpg 20200106_145502.jpg 20200106_145909.jpg
     
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    Haywire, not to be picky but your firewood is upside down.
     
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    Yes, sir. Retired Forest Service F150.

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    That's in excellent shape! Got the 300 c.i. in it?
     
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    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 20191103_123957.jpg 20190120_134521.jpg
     
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    Yeah, pretty she's pretty clean. 5.0 V8 4-speed
     
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    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
     
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    Are you selling wood or is that all for your own consumption? Nice list of equipment!
     
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    I think I drove by your place today.
     
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    MechanicMatt Cut Split Stack Burn

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    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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