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Pix,of this years wood.

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Lou from Wis.

09-11-2017 18:41:20




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The wood is coming along nicely .Went out to the acreage and man o live what a lot of wood laying down where the fellow had a road pushed into 400 acres. More wood then we would be able to cut in a life time. I got to run the Oliver for 3.5 hrs. Had to lift the legs to operate the clutch. I had a swell time just being able to do that again.Son had to lift em up on the wagon and the trailer and got it all home.Had my son#2 and daughter hooking up the snatch chains.Even the grandson cut away the limbs and Victor did a whole lot of cutting.Pictures shows the size of the 16 foot logs.Some measured 24+inches at the base. The wood has been down for at least 2 years, if not a little longer.Mostly Oak,and maple.We're going after more wood some time next week or so. What a chore the boys had lifting me up on the O.C 46 so I could do my part. Not to shabby for an 82 year old duffer.Sure will be great to not have the smoke and dust, ashes in the house.Wish I would have had the outdoor wood boiler years ago, but better late then never. House temperature stays what ever we set the thermostat at,plus the garage is warm also.Right now the water(400)gallon is 170/o an holding.Love the heat!!!. Gotta stay warm the winter.
Regards Lou & Victor.

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SweetFeet

09-11-2017 20:34:22




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to Lou from Wis., 09-11-2017 18:41:20  
Lou,

Great photos.

All of you people on YT who burn wood sure are industrious folks. Great that you could help too.



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philip d

09-11-2017 20:12:53




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to Lou from Wis., 09-11-2017 18:41:20  
Great pictures! Sounds like a lot of fun getting things done! Very nice crawler too!



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jm.

09-11-2017 18:53:27




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to Lou from Wis., 09-11-2017 18:41:20  
Well nice pictures BUT I sure thought I would see one of Lou on the little Oliver. Thought you were crazy spending all that time and money on the crawler but here three years latter you had a good day on the crawler, that one day was probably worth all the effort. Really miss your postings and good to hear from you. Lots of wood, I quit cutting wood several years ago, propane is just too cheap down here. Post a photo of the crawler.

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Lou from Wis.

09-11-2017 19:06:46




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to jm., 09-11-2017 18:53:27  

Son will take a camera next trip.Took a lot of chain and chainsaws, gas, binders, air tank,spare tire's,cold drinks etc. photo of oc46,but will get one when we go back out.
Thanks for the reply.
LOU



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larry@stinescorner

09-12-2017 03:38:44




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to Lou from Wis., 09-11-2017 19:06:46  
!great post!!! That crawler is lookin good too!!!



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RLP in Co.

09-11-2017 19:58:32




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to Lou from Wis., 09-11-2017 19:06:46  
That crawler sure looks nice.



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jm.

09-11-2017 19:10:52




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to Lou from Wis., 09-11-2017 19:06:46  
You guys sure made it look new. I want to see the photos in the woods, I don,t have to tell you,,,you be careful getting up and down on the crawler , don't want any broken bones.



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Lou from Wis.

09-11-2017 19:30:08




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 Re: Pix,of this years wood. in reply to jm., 09-11-2017 19:10:52  
Yep. Got three fine men to my haul my old bottom up on the crawler. I just have a hard time with the legs,I have to lift the left one up to clear the clutch pedal. other then that,the seat gets harder as time goes on.lol.Seat cushions help but I'm sitting on bone.Ouch!!! I'm extremely careful when I climb aboard the crawler.Without the help, I couldn't do what I want to do,and I need to help and do my part.Thanks for the reply. Regards LOU.

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