Winter Fire Wood

 
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2 cord of fire wood that had to be shifted into a shed last night as the forecast said rain over night, which we got, another 2 cord arrives late today, with more rain forcast we will have to get this lot into the shed also tonight. We will have nice dry wood for the winter.

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lorraine - Feb 13, 2008 03:41 PM EDT
Thanks Whittler for looking in, don't wory its already stacked in the shed and another load also, because it was so dry as soon as it was delivered we went straight to work getting it into the shed, just in case of rain.
whittler113 - Feb 13, 2008 11:04 AM EDT
What a nice shot of the woodpile,I'm sure it will look much better to you when it it all stacked under cover for the winter.
lorraine - Feb 13, 2008 02:30 AM EDT
Hi larry thanks for looking in, your comments are so right, we brought this in and the people that cut it earn every dollar that they charge, cutting fire wood is really hard work, but great to see stacked in the shed at the end of the day.
Larry - Feb 12, 2008 10:30 PM EDT
You know,there's some thing about a pile of fire wood, it's like a symbol of hard work and warmth,you look at it with pride, it warms you up more than once, when you cut it, when you stack it, and when you finally put it in the stove or fireplace...I like to see pictures of fire wood, nice picture..I live in a part of the world where very much of that is used, mostly maple, beech, yellow birch..
lorraine - Feb 11, 2008 04:42 AM EDT
Thanks Golda and Ann for looking in, this is mac fire wood, its slower burning but sparks quite a bit, pine is good but burns very fast, Sometimes April, may just depends how long the summer hangs about for, we have and older home and it can get quite cold early, we have two fire places and in the middle the both go.
A.Lovely - Feb 10, 2008 09:25 PM EDT
A familar sight Lorraine. My daughter bought six cord of wood also. What is the hard wood in New Zealand? I like this picture very much as it shows how close in many ways we all are in this place called Earth.
golda - Feb 10, 2008 02:28 PM EDT
In this hemisphere we are still keeping warm by the fire,I guess you have that to look forward to.When does the first fire get lit in New Zealand?
lorraine - Feb 09, 2008 05:29 PM EDT
Thanks for looking in Carol, we are making a point of getting wood early this year, our old suppler sold us wet wood last year, what a mission it was to keep the fire going, we won't make the same mistake this year.
shutterbug - Feb 09, 2008 04:40 PM EDT
looks like you are ready for winter with the dry wood to burn. Carol

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