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The Fire Pit Thread

Iowawoodguy

Iowawoodguy

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Some old limestone we had and put it around a soft maple stump years ago. Nothin’ too creative, but it works. Lives on a diet of splitter scraps, shorts, uglies, etc... Pic from yesterday evening
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I made one in the back of our property with limestone blocks from our old Barn foundation. Id take pictures but the grass has mostly overtaken it.
 
thewoodlands

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With the wet weather we've had, today was a perfect day for getting rid of some Yellow Birch branches and some Pine.

Most of our trails are wide enough for the RTV but the area the Yellow Birch came from needed some thinning, it will be much easier for the tractor and the RTV once the next two Yellow Birch are out of there. There are three loads pictured but I took six out of that area to the fireplace.
 

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We had a nice drizzle going on today so it was a perfect time for reducing the dead pine branches on the property. I did five loads after coming back from an appointment.
 

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I'll put this here since I burned a bunch of it. The first two pictures are a small dead pine I got sick of driving under so I cut it up, the second picture is taken from the backside. I basically ran around some of the trails and cleared some dead chit and then had a nice fire after it rained hard.
 

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