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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Dry And High

When the sun shines on a Saturday I can’t sitt inside and watch it. And eve though the mercury showed pretty low temps today (-16C) I dressed appropriately and ventured out to the pile of wood I had produced yesterday. I was planning another “round stack”. So I went about it and even though it took a bit longer than the video below is showing, I got it all done within 2 1/2hrs. This way of stacking firewood has the advantage that the stack is self-supporting and stabile against the ever blowing winds. And since the wind can penetrate the stack the wood gets the best conditions for seasoning. Besides of all that, it is more fun to make these round stacks and they can easily be covered with tarps. Short video below.
https://youtu.be/PeymNhOSdqs
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3 comments:

  1. Great video! Are round firewood stacks unique to Campobello?

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    1. Never seen it here But in Germany you can see it some places.

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  2. Looks like a great way to stack your firewood perfect for seasoning it too.

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