One hundred and ten
in the shade, no need to feed
oak to the wood stove.
WPC(2) — “Off-Season”
Just the time to stock up for winter, though, when everything is good and dry. I do miss our wood-burning stove.
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Sure must be nice to have the hydraulics standing by.
At times we cuss technology, then take notice of a splitter.
It is nice. During the rainy months, I can bring the big rounds down to have on hand, the inside wood stays dry and I can split them as I need them.
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