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Spring Loaded Logpile

Keeps firewood supply at a comfortable level
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Anyone who has a wood heated home knows how much fun stacking and restacking firewood is every week.

The Spring Loaded Logpile is a regular log holder frame that sits in a deep hole in the ground and uses heavy springs to keep the logs at waist height as you load or unload the pile.

This arrangement allows you to stack 3 or 4 weeks worth of wood in the same place, but the height of the pile always stays at a comfortable level.

Mr Burns, Feb 24 2006

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       could be nice, need to work out how to reload though.
jhomrighaus, Feb 24 2006

       Come pipe some gas to my house and I will.
Mr Burns, Feb 24 2006

       This explains your user name.
normzone, Feb 24 2006

       //Anyone who has a wood heated home knows how much fun stacking and restacking firewood is every week. // tell me, I use gas   

       may I send you a x in public?
po, Feb 24 2006

       I remember my axe, maul and wedge days, chopping fallen oak in the San Diego mountain town of Descanso. Brutal work at first, then some fine muscles.
normzone, Feb 24 2006

       "...and you try and tell the young people o' t'day that. They won't believe you."   

       <retreats to shoebox in middle o' road..>
ConsulFlaminicus, Feb 27 2006

       For some reason I keep picture flaming logs flying across the living room.
DrCurry, Feb 27 2006


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