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SRI LANKA - FIREWOOD SELLERS

On the way to Arugam Bay, the surfing destination  in the Eastern Province, I came across these firewood sellers - a five foot stack of chopped firewood perfectly balanced, a fascinating sight.Pics by: NelsonlankaSony NEX 6MY YOU TUBE CHANNEL:ht...
by Discover-Sri Lanka on Mar 31, 2016

FIREWOOD BOOKENDS DIY

I was in my garage the other day and glanced at our wood pile.  I noticed one piece that had been roughly chopped, looked like if I simply cut it, bookends could be created!  So I....meaning I got my husband to whip out his saw and make a f...
by beach house in the city on Jan 22, 2016

Sounding Winter

I can see the cold of this winter through the window in my house. All of the windows face this cold, but one window in the living room is the window I’ve chosen to look out of more than the others. This is a very fine window. It’s white a...
by Lake Geneva Real Estate on Jan 13, 2016

free firewood

With the cost of living skyrocketing in areas all throughout the country, many consumers are seeking out cheap, or preferably free, ways to curve their utility bills. When it comes to heating your home throughout the winter months, a wood burning sto...
by Ed Parton Blog on Sep 23, 2015

7 DIY Log Holders And Store Ideas For Outdoors

If you have a wood stove, an outdoor fireplace or fire pit, then you probably have some firewood around. How can you store it in a comfy and stylish way? Of course, you’ll need a holder or a store, and this roundup will help you to choose one. You...

Silkroad Magazine — Taiwan Old Brands

A recent assignment for Silkroad taking photos of four generational shops around Taiwan turned out to be a lot of fun as all the traditional shops and subjects were interesting and photogenic. The third shop I went to was Hsiang Ren He’s tradit...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 6, 2015

Where is the woodshed?

Much of the material culture of past was fabricated from timber, and, just as significantly, fuelled by wood, a material that is usually invisible to archaeology.  Thus, provision for fuel storage, like sanitation and water supply, is one of the...

Wood Burning Stove: how to burn, bank, and relight

A wood burning stove can be a wonderful addition to the home during the winter, but it can be difficult and time consuming to start the fire and keep it going. We will discuss how to keep a wood burning stove fire going and how to bank the fire at ni...
by Try Backyard Farming on Jan 15, 2015

Homemade Fire Starter for Wood Burning Stoves

In this article, we will discuss how to make a DIY fire starter for igniting campfires, wood stoves or fireplaces. During the winter months, we love to use a wood stove to heat part of the home. The stove not only lowers heating bills, but more impor...
by Try Backyard Farming on Jan 14, 2015

How to build a Holz Hausen Firewood Stack

The Holz Hausen firewood stack is a method used in Europe that is becoming popular in the United States. In Germany, they might refer to it as a Holzmiete. In the United States it is also known as a round house, a beehive stack, or “stacking in...
by Try Backyard Farming on Nov 27, 2014

{this moment} Holz Hausen

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by Robin's Outdoors on Aug 15, 2014

DIY Plumbing Pipe Firewood Holder

Looking for an excellent way to store a small amount of firewood that can easily be moved around on wheels. This awesome DIY plumbing pipe firewood holder lets you roll it close to a door so you can easily load it up and then roll it closer to your s...
by Preparing For SHTF on Jul 8, 2014

Where There’s a Will

I scavenged a bunch of logs back in Nov / Dec when the people in my neighborhood were cleaning up downed trees and branches from a violent thunderstorm that passed through. Most of the logs I picked up were a manageable size – I can only lift a...
by Jenyfer Matthews on Feb 10, 2014

Finding the Best Firewood for Sale

I was raised in the country, and one of the first chores I was assigned as a kid was to maintain our wood burning stove. My responsibilities would start earnestly in the Fall with the first delivery of wood, stacking log after log from the dumped...

Frugal Friday Week 48

A DIY woodsplitting Friday, actually. Every so often, we’d have a tree that needed to come down, either for safety or aesthetic reasons. About 6 years ago, it occurred to me (It took that long? Yes.) that I was paying one guy to cut a tree down...
by JoeTaxpayer on Nov 22, 2013

A Box Sometimes is Not Just a Box

Hello World!  Today I have a quick little makeover that I worked on for our fireplace.  We love having a fire on a chilly night which means running out to the garage to grab some wood to add to the fire.  I've always wanted a big coppe...
by The Dedicated House on Nov 19, 2013

DIY Greenhouse, Herbal Medicine Kit, Hunting Tips

Bruce’s Poor Man Survival Bulletin A Digest of Urban Survival Resources http://www.PoorManSurvival.com For Independent Minded People! ISSN 2161-5543   "I can't wait until my children discover the difference between a napkin and my pant...
by Urban Survival Resources on Oct 8, 2013

TSA Forces Mom to Drink Her Own Breast Milk, Homemade Breads for the Fall, More

Bruce’s Poor Man Survival Bulletin A Digest of Urban Survival Resources http://www.PoorManSurvival.com For Independent Minded People! ISSN 2161-5543   If you buy what you don't need you might have to sell what you do. - Irish Proverb...
by Urban Survival Resources on Sep 24, 2013

Silly Hangi

Silly Hāngi Simply dig a hole in your back garden, put 10 break pads and some firewood in it and enlist an ex-Rhodesian-army landmine disposer to set fire... Read More »...
by Silly Chefs on Sep 1, 2013

Buying Good Quality Firewood From The Market

Firewood of many different types is available in the market. It is very difficult to gauge which one to buy. All the more so, if you don’t have enough knowledge on firewood.


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