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Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

al-k

cuten wood
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Next victim IMG_20200916_111558949_HDR.jpg IMG_20200916_113007713.jpg and its in the log pile for 2022 IMG_20200916_130251930_HDR.jpg Had to take a couple of small maples that would have been taken out by the oak, the grapple makes short work of the brush. IMG_20200914_113053491.jpg Also dropped a good size black birch that had the top broke off in the storm a few weeks ago. Nice to be getting some cool weather for a change 42 degrees this morning.
 
woodpiler

woodpiler

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NEPA
Here's a photograph of my processing area (harvested logs to be cut and split). IMG_20200901_151714.jpg

And my wood shed and tractor with my "wood sled" on clamp on forks. In my streamlining of getting wood from the field into the bin just before goes into the wood stove, the Wood Sled has become really useful, as I split, I throw it onto the sled and then take it to be stacked. IMG_20200907_134950.jpg
 
Be Stihl

Be Stihl

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Pikeville, KY
Still cleaning up after storm blow down. We’ve got everything off the ground that shouldn’t be there. Worked Friday on limb wood I saved off our once beautiful hard maple. Slow going. Finished splitting this dab this morning. Mostly 10” stuff that’ll go in the stove the short way for all night burns. A slice of my little operation... View attachment 853461 View attachment 853462 View attachment 853463 View attachment 853464
Now that’s a very clean, organized setup.


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