What manly woodcutters you have in your neck of the woods :)
DANG! That is impressive.We have the same thing going on over here...sadly it's a one man show. Poor Farmer :)
Hard work and great wood pile! Way to go all you woodcutters--good to help the father-in-law and grandfather!!
I'm partial to that blond one.He's CUTE.
Now that Steve is a seasoned professional you can send him to our house to help Adam. Adam calculated about 14.5 cords this morning and he still has more to cut and split.
Fun! I'm still trying to figure out what's changed over there. Nice of him to go help.
wow!! that's a lot of work!!
wow what a wonderful woodstore we have an open fire here in sheffield england and i just love to see beautifully chopped wood ! ( a little weird i know )p.s. lots of love to your beautiful boy Ben i think of him often - he is so blessed to have such a wonderful family and you too are blessed to have him xxxxxxxxwith love fiona firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey - someone needs to take Steve and Roger's totenship card away. What are they doing, chopping on either side of each other? Back to 11 year old scouting boys. Never stand opposite of someone swinging the big ax :)I'm sad I missed out on all the fun.
Wow thats a lot of wood. Honestly, who's better at splitting, the big burly one or the strong skinny one? I'm sure Jr. has had a lot of practice.
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