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  1. mrmoneywood

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    Puttin the ol girl to work. Half cord of pinion/juniper and 25 8’ posts
     

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    Stacked like a bunch of asparagus. Lol
     
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    New to the forum but seems fitting to throw in my recent haul at the house. There’s a second pile as big as the first that brother in law took with him. Still got 3-5 more to take down. Now need the wife to let me off babysitting duty so I can buck it and split it before the beach trip.
     

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    Welcome to the forum!
     
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    bigbadbob Here For The Long Haul!

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    The one in the driveway was on a road embankment couple blocks away,, limbed and dragged it home in two chunks.
    Other is about a mile up a loggin road, root was up the bank so I toed it down and cut it up.
    Both fir. All split n stacked now. Used a recently redone 046
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  6. I saw a lot

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    Welcome @HuskyHead
    I'm kind of a Husky fan myself. Nice piles
     
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    Thanks, yea I’ve recently been bitten by the Husqvarna bug. Most of my OPE needed replacing over the last 2years and everything I’ve bought is Husqvarna.
     
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    Worked about 3.5 hours this morning, way too hot and humid today, to cut and load 5 locust trees the property owner took down. Will have a few more coming up, all smaller trees. Did not cut the top two pieces as they were buried in the dirt.
     

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    I LOVES Locust!!!:campeon::dancer2:
     
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    Chucked a light load this evening
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    That hand truck/dolly is a great idea. Never thought if using one.
     
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    Got a load of fir for my neighbor.
    Was a dead standing fir.
    Lightly massaged 353 did the chore,, man thats a nice lil saw.
    That wood is split, just need to be stacked. creek.jpg
     
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    Nice!
     
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    My neighbors blow down.
     
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    Nice! Looks like big rounds there.
     
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    They were. That’s a 32” bar that I kinda bought as a joke, now I use it all the time. The saw is heavy and unbalanced with it, but it’s fine for bucking.
     
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    Very nice. Looks like red oak. Should keep you warm.
    You never really think you need a 32" bar until you NEED it. Lol
    Sure beats making 2 passes with a smaller bar.
     
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