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Pallet Wacking #46429 04/21/17 08:06 PM
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We rounded up a bunch of pallets for the back yard fire pit. Here are the pics and video of the spring fire pit wood pile.

http://cappyandpegody.blogspot.com/2017/04/pallet-whacking.html

Re: Pallet Wacking [Re: cappy] #46437 04/23/17 08:31 AM
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Difinantly a different approach to firewood gathering .
That's a tradition that is as old as civilized man .

I spend a good portion of my time gathering wood as my main heat source is an old cast iron
Stove .


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Alls we have in the way of use is our back yard pit. I scrounge up wood for it and we use it pretty often in fall through spring. This week a neighbor cut some branches off his big oak trees and I went over and grabbed some to add to the pile the green oak burns very slow and makes great back logs to the pit

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