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Wood shed capacity

wood shed

We got our wood shed past the half way mark this week.

There's still a lot more fallen tree material to cut up which has got us to consider building wood shed number two in the Fall.



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What kind of wood do you have in there?
Comment by Eric Mon Aug 3 20:21:38 2015
Eric --- I seem to have overlooked your comment --- sorry! Most of the wood is tulip-tree (aka tulip poplar or yellow poplar). It's not a really hard wood like oak, but is copious here and easy to split and burns hotter than box-elder (our most common tree). And it grows fast, so you get huge rounds like this after only a few decades.
Comment by anna Wed Aug 5 20:55:46 2015





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