This is where it starts... logs arrive here in the front garden and are cut mainly with electric chainsaw and cleaved with a maul or splitting axe.
Logpile in the front garden. This is mainly cherry from Woodlands MS Respite Centre.
Logpile in the back garen, with sacks of aluminium cans ready to be taken to the metal merchant.
This is a large pile of beech, on pallets, in the open air. Note my 'Can O Worms' wormery in the foreground.
Close-up of the split disc of beech trunk.
Logpile under pollarded willow.
This is a logpile in the process of being built... the wrong way! To make a stable pile, do not make 'unconnected walls' (here, there are three separate walls) otherwise there is a greater risk of collapse!