Pennsylvania Limestone Farmhouse Renovations to an 1863 farmhouse built of limestone

March 11, 2012

Ready for 2013

Filed under: firewood — Duane Diefenbach @ 5:02 pm

Little has been accomplished on the house in March because I have enlisted the help of the family (mostly Ethan) to get the firewood split and stacked in the pole barn. This weekend we had two events on the calendar: visit a bear den and get to hold 2-month-old bear cubs and finishing with the firewood pile.

Here is Lisa holding the 3 bear cubs. It was a beautiful day but a little chilly (28°F) at 8am with a wind. But it was worth it!

Saturday afternoon Ethan and I split wood and moved everything we were going to move into the pole barn for the summer. Then on Sunday we finished splitting wood and loaded up the truck – I’m selling about 3/4 of a cord because we already have enough wood for 2013 and 1/2 of 2014. So now the pole barn and truck are full. It may not look like a lot of firewood but it is 6 rows deep and 6′ high!!

And the yard once again is almost devoid of a pile of something. Tomorrow I’ll get rid of the last of the wood that is left.

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