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Default Firewood Harvest

I'm getting too old to fell trees, so I made a deal with a local firewood dealer. He cut down about 40 trees in the back pasture, which was turning into a forest, and we split the take. Now I have several years worth of firewood piled out there, ready to split and stack.


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