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AGoodSteward

AGoodSteward

Power Head
Joined
Aug 10, 2016
Messages
1,186
Location
MT
Supposed to get cold again and snow here tomorrow. So of course peeps started calling asking for wood. 4 cords moved today and 2 1/2 more got ordered. Wife's on me to come in for dinner. Pics tomorrow maybe.
 
lefturnfreek

lefturnfreek

Sharpen the chain, chuck chips ...repeat...
Joined
Feb 26, 2011
Messages
987
Location
Gilbert Plains, Mb, Canada
I’m baaaack ..!!!

Ya I took a lil hiatus but my boiler is fired so I’m back to ... Runnin’ Load’s !!

Nothing to pretty as most of it is day burn junk but I am slowly starting to get back in the rhythm. 4fts on the back are going to the pile.

Had a good shot of freezing rain too so I had a challenge driving around in the bush


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Keep on .... Runnin’ Load’s !!!
 
Jere39

Jere39

Outdoorsman and Pup
Joined
Mar 16, 2011
Messages
937
Location
PA
Not running all that far, but I had an infected Ash cut down along my drive/utility lines. It was about 40' down over the side of the hill along my driveway. I sectioned it into 9-12' logs and abused my GT into pulling the logs up the hill:


I ended up with 5 trunk sections and about a dozen smaller limb sections spread out along my driveway.

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Tomorrow, I'll transport them with my log arch to a proper processing and stacking site all ready set for segregated (from my Oak) seasoning,
 
SS396driver

SS396driver

To much wood
Joined
Nov 3, 2011
Messages
2,134
Location
Catskill Mountains NY
Not running all that far, but I had an infected Ash cut down along my drive/utility lines. It was about 40' down over the side of the hill along my driveway. I sectioned it into 9-12' logs and abused my GT into pulling the logs up the hill:


I ended up with 5 trunk sections and about a dozen smaller limb sections spread out along my driveway.

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Tomorrow, I'll transport them with my log arch to a proper processing and stacking site all ready set for segregated (from my Oak) seasoning,
I would process at least some of that into lumber. Looks solid enough
 
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