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I got the boys out to work this morning...

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Burntime
Its already getting muggy and hot. Needed a break. The boys never complained one bit:D The new toy (3416) runs flawless, but it is missing part of the rear hitch. Theres always something to look for...




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Burntime
This is next years wood. I already have 4 plus cord put up and drying since last year for this winter. I actually will start moving some near the house soon to give me more area for stacking the new stuff. I am finally getting ahead. I think I have a total of about 6 or 7 true cords put up right now. I like my house toasty and it keeps the gas man away!:D:D:D

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