Arson, Officer?


I have taken a leaf out of Todd A. Clippinger’s book… If you want to be a professional, have a professional outlook.. and a professional’s work space.. etc…

After cleaning the main workshop.. I looked out and felt that the woodstore needed to be made more accessible … so I spent the day re-arranging all the timber and … sorry all… burning all the bits and pieces that I did not think I would use..I could have given some of it away but the cost of shipping it to you would be prohibitive..

Mind you a lot of this was scrap from a big clean up a few years ago… I did the clean up of a workshop of a bloke who had passed onto the big Workshop in the Sky…

Most was Scrap without the “S”.. I kept it and stacked and racked it and now I burnt it..yes Officer I lit the fire…

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The first pic shows the pile of ash that was about 1000 bf.. or 2 plus cubic metres of bits and pieces….

It took all day to clean up the woodstore and the fire is still burning… will be for a few days yet I think.

Now at least I can see what I have and easy access to the timber I want to use…

About Lazy Larry

Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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3 Responses to Arson, Officer?

  1. Dannad says:

    AH
    So much wood,,,,,,,,,,,so little time

  2. Don Alix says:

    Larry: You have more wood then the lumber place I get my wood. I am jealous.
    Don

  3. Lew says:

    Seems a shame to burn it but sometimes that’s about all that can be done.

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