This video shows a quick process from start to finish and briefly talks about selecting the type of wood, shows it being cut, hauled away, and stacked.
Here are some videos from Paul's thread above about easier and safer ways to chop firewood.
This video has a lot of good tips for stacking firewood such as cutting your wood the same length and laying it on level wood pieces to get it off the ground to keep it dry and from rotting. Do not cover the logs. The logs need air movement and sunlight.
Be safe when using hand tools and using chainsaws, be aware of your surroundings, work at your own risk, and enjoy cutting firewood!
To get certified for this BB, post the following pics.
- Your dead standing wood you are starting with
- The wood cut
- Half of a face cord of stacked firewood
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