Just one of the mundane chores that the Massey inherited when it came to live here. Two loads of wood every week, to the basement. I have around 22 hours on this thing already. Man, it's nice! I think I plowed my driveway in about 15 minutes while it took a half hour to 45 minutes before. Anyway, the third picture is more of my red neck engineering. That's my wood chute to slide wood into the basement. It's still a pain because I have to slide half the trailer load down, go down and put the wood on the dolly and wheel it over to the stack. Stack it up and do it all over again. It's light years ahead of what I used to do. I used to carry it by the arm load down the steps. That was a lot of climbing. Then I started loading up a two wheeled dolly with as much as I could strap on. It ended up weighing around 300 pounds and it almost took me for a ride a couple of times. Soooooo I decided to take some scrap and piece together this chute. It works and reduces the number of trips up and down the steps to 4 total. Not too bad. I eventually want to make this so that I don't have to put the wood through the doorway. Just like the old time coal chutes, have it go down the chute and into a bin without having to stack it.