Front stack is only 1 row thick. Back pile is 3+ rows thick.
We really needed to stack firewood but we knew it was going to be a hot weekend so alarms (I need more than one to wake-up) were set for 6am. On a Saturday? It's a shame but it had to be done. We were finished with outside chores by 11 and knowing we got everything finished and all looked nice was very rewarding.
This pile is 2 rows thick.
This faithful trailer, purchased for 100.00 about 6 years ago has served us so well!
I think of summer as 'vacation' or 'time off to enjoy the weather' but in lots of ways, it's time to prepare for when the weather doesn't allow us to. Reports say our natural gas will go up as much as 30% this fall so this wood will really help keep the costs down. I don't mind the manual labor and I feel better about preparing for up coming needs rather than depending on an 'on' switch to provide all our needs. We were talking about how faithful God is to provide all this free wood. No money out of pocket. Time to chop and stack is nothing. We're thankful to have the good health that allows us to do it.
One paticular piece of wood didn't want to go on bottom so it bounced back and let me know. Ouch.