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#1 grnspot110 OFFLINE  

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 08:49 AM

Finished filling the woodshed today! 1/2 of it was cut a year ago, the other half was cut 2 years ago. Oak, Hickory, Walnut & some Honey Locust. Shed is 20-1/2' long x 5' deep x 7' high, should be more than I'll burn in the shop this season. Pictures 2011 002.JPG

I've got 3/4 of next years wood cut & stacked at the farm. I split it when I get it home. ~~ grnspot

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 09:34 AM

That just looks GOOD....:thumbs:
Plenty of heat stacked in there!!!

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 09:38 AM

Looks like your all set :thumbs:

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 09:40 AM

That just looks GOOD....:thumbs:
Plenty of heat stacked in there!!!

:ditto:
Nice job, I wish I was that ready. We have quite a few standing dead Ash trees that the borers got, need to get them down and cut and ready, been nice weather so far but cant last much longer.

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 10:46 AM

That should keep you toast all winter.

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 10:51 AM

thats what im talkin bout!!!! lol

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 07:03 PM

grnspot got wood , i guess i need to go cut some

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 07:06 PM

Easy to tell which wood is which, except I have to assume the narrow band that is orange colored is the Honey Locust?

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 08:02 PM

Easy to tell which wood is which, except I have to assume the narrow band that is orange colored is the Honey Locust?


No, that's actually a little bit of Washington Hawthorn that I just cut out of the yard! I didn't know it would be that thorny or I wouldn't have planted it! It started splitting, so I had an excuse to get rid of it.

There are also small amounts of Ash, Mulberry & Hackberry in there too.~~ grnspot

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Posted November 24, 2011 - 08:07 PM

ash makes good heat just doesn't last long . i burn it in the shop most of the time and some elm

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Posted November 25, 2011 - 05:23 AM

Lots of wood for heat there.

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Posted November 25, 2011 - 05:50 AM

Best thing about Ash and Cherry is you can cut down today and burn it tomorrow . All the others hold too much moisture to burn green.

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Posted November 25, 2011 - 06:16 AM

Best thing about Ash and Cherry is you can cut down today and burn it tomorrow . All the others hold too much moisture to burn green.


Except the Honey Locust, it burns great green!

I've also got my "emergency" wood pile closer to the shop. About a cord & a half of dead Red Elm, been there for 5-6 years now. It will keep forever , under cover, without degradation! ~~ grnspot

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Posted November 28, 2011 - 11:34 AM

Looks good, I need to get that done soon also, But now I will have to wait for it dry out some since it got soaked over the weekend.

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Posted November 28, 2011 - 12:01 PM

I'm trying to catch up on My Wood Too, been such a Crazy Season, Heck, I'm Still Blowing Leafs!
But My Old 1959 Lickity Log Splitter has been working Full Time These Past two weeks, I'm gettin' there...

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