Saturday, February 9, 2008

PhotoHunt - Heavy splitting to do


In May, 2006, our next door neighbor had to have a large oak removed because one side of it was dying. Since he did not have a fireplace, he offered the wood to us. The tree guy was happy to not have to haul it away. So we have free firewood for a couple years and a lot of free exercise! The log on the right is about 2 feet across and we have some larger ones!

10 comments:

ancient one said...

Hey, I know you've got some HEAVY work to do. I could have posted a similar picture. My husband is clearing out some dead trees, but at least he has use of a log splitter.

-TNChick- said...

Better order yourself a back rub for afterwards! =)

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

Great take on this week's theme. Lots of work ahead for you. Have a good weekend.

Elinor Dashwood said...

What a great photo! I had the same idea, but ours got hauled away since we didn't need any more wood. Come peek and have a great weekend!

http://elinorandedward.blogspot.com/

david mcmahon said...

G'day Lew,

Thanks for the visit and the generous comment.

If we lived a bit closer, I'd come round and give you some help with that....

Do keep in touch

David

Hootin' Anni said...

Now that is a lot of heavy, hard work!!!!

Just dropping by today to send along my heartfelt thanks for such a lovely happy birthday wish! Y'all made my day so special yesterday, and I cherished every single wish left in my comments. You're a treasure!!! Thank you kindly!!!

Heather said...

Whoa! That is a heavy workload you have ahead of you. Nice to have the free firewood, though. ;o)

Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for your very kind comments. You have some gorgeous photos here, too! Keep up the great work!

Dragonstar said...

That's a load of heavy work to do on those heavy logs!

You've taken some excellent photos.

Mec said...

that's sure to be heavy... and taxing after you finish all the work :)

Desert Songbird said...

I don't envy you the work, but I love fireplaces. Sadly, our air quality (or lack thereof) prevents houses from having fireplaces (or the use of pre-existing ones).