On Salmon Creek
That certainly looks very easy from here! Most impressive! I don't think we have that kind of wood at our place, and I know we don't have anyone like "Eric The Bold"Oh, to be young and in good shape with a flat stomach. Maybe you could sell this as an aerobic excercise video,the other ones we watched haven't done us much good!
Holy Super Chopper Batman!! That is some serious skills!! I would still be working on the first little part!! That is amazing!! And Rick and Brenda crack me up, "it looks easy from here!!: LOL!! That is really amazing!! Way to chop some wood Eric!! I am impressed.
Sweet. That wood burns real nice in my fireplace, too. Thanks Chapmans!
Wowsers!!! Eric is a mad man! I cannot believe how quickly he sailed through that big hunk of wood. I'll definitely show Max this post. (He's in bed right now with a migraine.)
BTW, Eric did not know I was filming. That is really the way he always splits wood.
Nice Bod, Eric.Great picture of your Rudolph the red-nosed ass.We're home, but I have a super bad cold so I probably won't be on line that much for a few days.Dan
I'm so impressed!! What speed and finesse!!
very good! I thought he was going to lay logs on top of it and use it as a table for chopping!~How much wood will that one log make?
Well fantastyk voyager, Eric had just sliced 5 pieces like the one you can see in the video. Tammie and I were helping him load the trailer and we needed a little more wood to top the load. The rest of the tree that you can see in the background made about 1 cord. And yes, it would be easier to stand the pieces on a stump and split them one by one... but youth and energy trump cleverness in woodsplitting! mark
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