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What do you do in Spring?

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Prepare for winter of course. No rest for the pattern bound on this planet.

Firewood in the red shed.

Firewood in the red shed.

Remember that tree? Well it has been almost completely consolidated.

Spring light on the winter woodpile.

Spring light on the winter woodpile.

It’s not just winter we get ready for in Spring. We have to get ready for summer too.

Freshly weedeaten and tilled.  Way too early to plant though.

Freshly weedeaten and tilled. Way too early to plant though.

Dirt.

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And the summer solstice fire is growing. (Thanks to the tree.) Architecture by Allen.

Solstice fire at 2/3rds ready.

Solstice fire at 2/3rds ready.

There

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After around 8 hours of work (times 2.25 people), the distinguished tree is dismantled. Plenty of firewood for next winter and wood for the solstice fire too!

Before
During
There

Black walnut dismantled

Black walnut dismantled

Wood piles

Almost as tall as Ame.

Almost as tall as Ame.

Several cords (splitter required)

Several cords (splitter required)

Solstice wood (several piles like this)

Solstice wood (several piles like this)

Butt log

Base by the ball (over 36 inches)

Base by the ball (over 36 inches)

An interesting joint.

An interesting joint.

Tree skeleton.

Tree skeleton.