I think if you just wait another 5 months you'll be able fit those in on top as the stack settles.With this much left over for the firepit.
Decoy maintenance inside while the snow squalls come through.
Everlasting flotation for these thanks to spray foam.
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These were pretty rashed up from years of decoy bag abuse so they got a shot of flat black (which appears shiny because it’s wet). Sometimes I’ll dust their backs with white or grey which looks quite like bluebills and ringnecks. Back in the old days, a lot of the hunters only used flat back decoys.
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Jealy! I can't wait for the snow to fly.
i see folks giving it away on FB marketplace in SC KS.Thought maybe you guy's that scrounge wood, might share some of your scrounging methods with the seemingly growing crowd of newbie wood burners. From what I have been reading, they would be quite appreciative to hear how you score, and where you score. There is a lot of useful and interesting information scattered throughout the firewood forum. I thought it might be nice to share some of your experiences in one thread, for those who are just starting out and maybe those who are struggling a bit. Thanks to anyone who cares to share.