Properly stack your firewood for winter

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    Properly stack your firewood for winter

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    With that much time they should be cutting more wood!
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    Wait till the Woodchucks get a hold of those piles.
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    I especially like the felled tree.
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    Why spend all that time stacking the wood like that, when you could be out shooting?
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    I can't begin to imagine how long it took to do those

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    Yep the tree is my favorite too! I would have a difficult time using the wood from any of them.

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    I like the maze...
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    Some people have to much time on their hands...
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    Yep, that's wayyyy toooo much work. BTW, the "right" way to rack green wood for winter burning is pretty simple. The spaces should be "big enough for a mouse to go, but too small for the cat to follow". That gets the pieces pretty-well air dried without wasting excessive woodshed space. Y'all stay warm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    Yep, that's wayyyy toooo much work. BTW, the "right" way to rack green wood for winter burning is pretty simple. The spaces should be "big enough for a mouse to go, but too small for the cat to follow". That gets the pieces pretty-well air dried without wasting excessive woodshed space. Y'all stay warm!
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    Now that's a lot of wood (The last picture)
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    The more I think about the work involved in those stacks, the more I like my big...propane tank.
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    Wish I had the time

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