Harold and his very unique way
Harold from Mohrsville, PA is storing his wood in a very unique way. Take a look at the pics below and you will have to agree that his wood storage is very distinct in that he stacks the logs on wooden pallets, held together with wire fencing, and covers them with a rubber material. The thin rubber material is water and moisture repellent so it protects his fuel from all the elements and the fencing that holds the logs together lets the air flow through for proper seasoning. The wooden pallets keep the wood off the ground AND allow for easy pickup and moving with his small skid loader.
Yea, he’s got one of those Bobcat machines and now it all makes sense. Since Harold has a few woodstoves in various locations in his home, garage and tool shed, his method of stacking and moving the wood is very practical. He simply uses his Bobcat to move a pallet full of firewood to whatever location is in need of fuel for burning! Kudos to Harold for coming up with this unique idea customized especially for his needs.