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Approved BB submission
Here is my submission for the Woodland Care - Sand - Split and Stack a Dead Standing Tree BB.

To document the completion of the BB, I have provided the following:
 - Your dead standing wood you are starting with
 - The wood cut
 - starting the stack (and it is clear that the wood is all about 15 to 16 inches long)
 - the stack about 2/3 done (still clear that all of the wood is all about 15 to 16 inches long)
 - the completed stack (still clear that all of the wood is all about 15 to 16 inches long)

one-half of a face-cord is 4-ft by 4-ft by the depth of the firewood.  
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My dead tree that I had just cut down
My dead tree that I had just cut down
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the tree cut into firewood lengths
the tree cut into firewood lengths
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starting the "row" on unsplit logs in front of more firewood
starting the "row" on unsplit logs in front of more firewood
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stacking
stacking
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more stacking
more stacking
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about 5-ft wide
about 5-ft wide
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yup, 5-ft
yup, 5-ft
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between 3.5-ft & 4-ft tall
between 3.5-ft & 4-ft tall
Staff note (gir bot) :

Mike Barkley approved this submission.

 
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