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    JUST FINISHED THE WOOD SHED. THE CORNER POSTS ARE SPRUCE TREES THAT GREW IN A 10'X12' RECTANGLE. TOPPED OFF WITH THE CROWN OF THE MONARCH OF THE WILDERNESS. NOW TO FILL'ER UP! http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...1&d=1276705485
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    Looks great...How convenient for those trees to grow right where you wanted to build a woodshed!!

    I like the chain link idea, that should work good. Myself, Im not a stacker, Im a chucker...lots easier to just pile wood in the shed by throwing it from the splitter than to carry it and stack it. I never got any extra bonus points for style

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    CORRECTION; IT'S 10' X 15' AND FILL'N UP FAST! UNTIL IT GETS STOCKED IT ALSO WORKS WELL AS A GAZEBO, TO SIT IN OUT OF THE RAIN. http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...1&d=1276777560
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    That shed needs alot of work, filling up that is. Looks nice.

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    Very nice.
    Good idea with the fence, keep the wood in place & allows god air circulation.
    I gotta add a moose rack to mine that just makes it "Alaskan"
    Great job!

    PS: Is it full yet ?

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    That's One NICE SHED, I like the Rack on Front also, better go kill a Moose for mine I guess,
    Maybe Blacktail Racks will do?

    Looks sturdy and fillin' up, how many cords do you figure? six or seven, how tall?
    maybe Ten?
    Ten Hours in that little raft off the AK peninsula, blowin' NW 60, in November.... "the Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue," and Yes, God is Good !

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    I like the chain link fence idea, although i would add a run down the middle so you can add wood and keep the cured stuff seperate. I like to fill mine as the trees fall around neighborhood year round. I'd post a picture of mine but i am still working on how to do that.

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    Default Wood Shed - Shed for Wood

    Here is my wood shed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabinfields View Post
    JUST FINISHED THE WOOD SHED. THE CORNER POSTS ARE SPRUCE TREES THAT GREW IN A 10'X12' RECTANGLE. TOPPED OFF WITH THE CROWN OF THE MONARCH OF THE WILDERNESS. NOW TO FILL'ER UP! http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...1&d=1276705485

    Nice shed, will you enclose 3 sides?
    JOHN

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaska4ever View Post
    Nice shed, will you enclose 3 sides?

    OOPS! I guess not.
    JOHN

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    Here is my shed with the boiler opening into it but the smoke can go outside, so far it works great for me.

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