recent logsplitting post.

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by Jack_IA, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. Jack_IA

    Jack_IA Active Member

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    well I was going to post pics,but I guess I am not authorized or cannot understand how it is done here.
    So I guess you can copy and paste.
    It was still fun and did the little pile in less than an hour and the thing will split what ever I put in there.

    have a fun day

    <img src="http://www.justbyteme.com/split1.jpg">
    <img src="http://www.justbyteme.com/split2.jpg">
    <img src="http://www.justbyteme.com/split3.jpg">
    <img src="http://www.justbyteme.com/split4.jpg">
     
  2. omnicat

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    Hi Jack! To put in pictures - you click on the little "picture" icon at the post of the post window. (little "mountain" on a yellowish background), then put in the address.

    But here are your pictures:

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  3. omnicat

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    hmmmm....I'm not seeing the pictures...
     
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    Yup, just like my pictures. Little boxes with a red X in it.
     
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    Evidently the server where the photos are stored does not allow sharing of photos to other websites. If you cut and paste the URL of the photo into your address bar, it will bring the photo up on your computer screen.
     
  7. omnicat

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    ah - that must be it.

    (photobucket is free and allows linking)
     
  8. Jack_IA

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    hello
    thanks to all posting them. I get to see them in the thread.
    Server should not have a problem but will check it.
    I do not have the icon to link pictures or post them. Maybe I am still too new.
    You may post new threads
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    But thanks to all
    jack
     
  9. Jack_IA

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    what does everyone who burns wood, do with the bark that falls off when splitting?
    I usually shred it but am getting overwhelmed with it.
    Too much of a pain to burn tho.
     
  10. wyld thang

    wyld thang God Smacked Jesus Freak Supporter

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    I spread it around the chopping block so I'm not chopping in mud and spread it on the path to out around back. Makes good bark chunks like you buy at the garden center :) The big sheets I to lay down side by side to cover a skinny path.
     
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    Well I can see the "split1.jpg" but not the others.
    That is one big log you're splitting!
     
  12. Jack_IA

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    yea thats fine for a little but I have a 4x8 pile of them and thats not counting what I use for kindling.
     
  13. Jack_IA

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    any other ideas as to what to do with the bark??
    Anyone have a need for it? probably a good pickup load or better.

    Also how do you get privaleges (sp) to attach photos or links here?
     
  14. mrglock27

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    My dad has a chipper and he chips up all the bark when he gets a big pile. I stack my wood on it so the bark rots first before my wood.