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+1000f today and did some splitting

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  1. Loon

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    :hair: Hot as all get out but tried something new today and worked great.:coldone: Got the rocket fan out and aimed it at the 2 goofballs sweating big time.:dennis: Worked as the sweat got nice and cool with it.:shiver: :cheers:

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  2. jo191145

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    Works for me.
    Well actually it doesn’t. No power near my processing area. Now you’ve got me thinking.
     
  3. Backwoods Savage

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    It's no wonder you had to have help Loon. The splitter is set up wrong!
     
  4. unclefess

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    real men split standing up :p:thumbs::rofl: :lol::rofl: :lol::rofl: :lol:
     
  5. Loon

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    I get the hint! :picard: :cheers:

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  6. MrWhoopee

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    Being semi-retired, I work around the heat, not through it. Out in the cool of the morning, work until the sun hits my splitting area about 11 am. Have some lunch, catch up on the forums, then a nap. Once the shade moves back to my work area, if the temp is reasonable, I'll go back out for an hour or two. Or maybe take another nap.

    I split just like I pee, standing.
     
  7. Andy8850

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    A full day of splitting for me
     

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  8. Andy8850

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    A full day of splitting for me
     

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    That's the way we handle the heat too. And lights... IMG_20190527_210016888.jpg
     
  10. Loon

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    :coldone:

    Man that's a nice splitter Andy. :yes:

    Great looking setup Jeff. :cheers:
     
  11. Andy8850

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    Looking forward to all of this soon!
     
  13. M2theB

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    8A1C4C90-65A0-4054-A744-DB70B2A1414F.jpeg D342AC65-784A-4B47-AFFC-E5207A5AF3FA.jpeg I hate the heat but in the shade I can manage. Still cutting trail out back under the canopy and have to return with a trailers worth. Standing dead oak is the best!
     
  14. Andy8850

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    I have that same Milwaukee radio, I wish it charged batteries
     
  15. jo191145

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    Ditto. Was stacking at 5.30 this morning. Breakfast at 8 on the weekends. Nap till lunch, nap a little more. Had to go to a party today but usually id head back out and do some more work.
    Pretty bad when your home from a party at 8.00
     
  16. Loon

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    Good stuff M2 and nothing better than a standing dead oak. :salute:

    Just take another nap before ya go to bed and good to go.;) :coldone:

    Usually around 7 hours with the big ones Andy.:cheers:
     
  17. buZZsaw BRAD

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    Sorry Loon , dunno how i missed this. Your could've taken a dip in the pool! I have a small box fan on the deck when we sit out there. Keeps some skeeters at bay too. My PA too far away for a fan. All shaded so not too bad.
     
  18. Andy8850

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    :thumbs:Got a ton done today!!
     

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    Nice pile
     
  20. Loon

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    No mechanical wind Andy? :D

    Tried for another dip today Brad but it didn't go well. :whistle: :coldone:

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