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Unread 02-07-2013, 10:04 PM   #16
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I take cardboard boxes from work that are gonna be thrown out and use them. Just cut a few holes in the side and leave the top open. I fill them and then store in a ventilated but dry place. For me, that's the backyard shed. It isn't air tight and breathes well but keeps the rain out.
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Mesquite & Hickory?
Oak is whats stacked, split is oak on left and pecan on right.
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Unread 02-08-2013, 03:53 AM   #18
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on the ground and on pallets..a number of places give pallets away,just check CL
bottom pic is an 8 ft pallet..nice and heavy


Nice x27! I have some FAD and a lot of CAD myself haha

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@pbj got wood nice, you design that with AutoCAD
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It's not my wood pile. A friend sent it ( the picture) to me in an email. I didn't know it had already been posted here.
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I store mine on in old military locker in my garage. Each type of wood has its own shelf. I also store larger (18" split logs) pieces wrapped in the middle with Saran wrap on the bottom shelf. That reminds me.....I need to restock the cherry and hickory shelves.
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I toss mine in the corner of my yard between my detached garage and privacy fence.
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