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my log store.... until we start cuttin some wheat anyway..!

 

I thought I had a fair heap but only about a third of that, about 90cum of soft so far in a 20 foot bay, teleporter buckets are handy of the job.

 

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It's all sitting on stone chips though, it'll never be damp for long.

That's my thinking anyway, or will it still go bad?

 

Can do because it will still be sitting in water some of the time. Best thing to do is get it all up on pallets as it allows air in underneath to circulate and dry it well. A mate of mine used to have his logs (commercial quantities) sitting directly on Type 1 in his yard and regularly lost the lower layer to mildew until he put a layer of pallets down. :001_smile:

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First logstore is in my garden, takes 10 barrow bags (2 cubic metres)

Second one is for work, now full of oak and elm

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First logstore is in my garden, takes 10 barrow bags (2 cubic metres)

Second one is for work, now full of oak and elm

 

 

Im lovin the hammock in the second picture! :thumbup:

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I delivered 10 cubic metres of lovely dry softwood logs to a hotel, for some reason they insist on keeping it outside against the wall of a building, on the ground, with no cover :confused1:

 

The wall might keep off a little rain, but it's already soaking wet!

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