Recently I finished the soil amendment work, and now I have time before the pruning season in December. When we moved into the house last year, there was plenty of firewood for the wood burning stove. Last year the stove was the main heating appliance we used. It is possible to buy seasoned firewood, but it is expensive. So I decided to stock the firewood for next year.
For the job I got the tools, a chainsaw, a splitting maul, a big hammer and wedges. A couple of day ago I bought over 1.5 ton of hard green wood, but it was not cheap. The logs are 170 cm long and up to 40 cm in diameter. It is going to take a while and sweat to split all that wood. But learning how to do it is fun too.