Cutting Wood

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Here are a few pictures of the wood pile we have been working on.   During the past winter, Marvin decided to have some logging done here on the farm.  They wanted to clear out a new pasture land.  After the logging crew was finished, they piled up all the unwanted wood.  The pile is smaller now than it was at first as several truck loads have already been removed.

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This picture shows better how tall the pile is.

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This is the pile of locust wood that has been moved to the side.  Billy is using this as fence posts for the new pasture land.

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Hubby sharpening his chain saw.  This has to be done frequently.  I wanted to show you all the wood we have cut so far but I didn’t get the picture yesterday and it is raining here this morning.   I’ll save that for another post.  Last nights low was only in the lower 40’s so hopefully we are done with chilly nights.  I have several vegetable plants I want to put out in the garden.  I’ve just been waiting for the danger of frost to pass.  I’m not very good at remembering to cover them up at night so I usually just wait.  School today as usual.  We are getting close to being finished with language.  It is always exciting to finish a book.  I was hoping to do some laundry today, however if I do, I will have to dry them inside.  I might just wait until tomorrow, not sure yet.  The pile is pretty big today, it will be even bigger tomorrow.  I better get started on my day.  Take care and God bless.

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0 thoughts on “Cutting Wood

  1. Wood cutting, it warms you up twice! We generally cut it in the winter. However this year we only went once. We need to do more. I have a small fire going in the cook stove right now. We are so use to the dry desert air that when we have rain, we feel even colder.

    Have a great day.

    ~Cheryl

  2. Seeing wood is always such a pleasant sight! We have a woodstove and we love using it to keep us warm in the winter. My husband has worked hard on our supply for this year!

    Sweet blessings on your day, Donna!
    Sharon

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