Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

thewoodlands

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Today started with me splitting some junk pine for the outdoor fireplace, hopefully we get some snow and rain so we can have a fire. I then felled the last part of what I think is a Red Maple, the other two trunks were all punky so I felled this with a pole saw and then split it.
 

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I did get the Maple rounds that I brought off the hill yesterday split and stacked, I also had some splits from the trail clearing I did from a Red Maple that had seen its best day stacked.
 

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The first eight pictures are from the downed Maple branch and the last two are from a different Maple just west of the first area I worked.
 

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I hauled all the Maple from up top down the hill and stacked it, that finished that stack. Hopefully mother nature allows me to c/s/s another two face before we get hit with a snowstorm.

I usually c/s/s between 10 & 12 face cord in the fall but with all the trail clearing I did around the house property, I've only put up six face cord. With the wood we're burning this year, we're four years ahead so the wood inventory is still good.
 

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:drinkingcoffee: My log pile is getting smaller, and the chips deeper.
Husky 562 is a keeper, after an initial few weeks rough start when I bought it. (Thanks for the tips back then by the way.)
I've mixed (9) 2 1/2 gal. units of two cycle oil. Mix another 2 1/2 today.
Margaret used maybe 2 gal. of it in the leaf blower, the rest in the saw.
Hope the weather holds out a bit longer...
 

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