|Wall of 2015 Wood Opposite Room for Stacking 2017 Wood|
|Fresh 2017 Wood Being Stacked Opposite Wall Above|
I have more than two cords of wood waiting at our neighbor's and will use our electric tractor to pull many wagons full home. I'm still using grid electric power to charge its battery but I'm working on charging circuits that will allow solar panels and a pedal powered generator to charge them directly. Maybe next year I'll be able to power both the tractor and a chain saw with batteries charged sustainably. I do now use a gasoline powered chainsaw for large trees and logs, but prefer using muscle power for limbs and smaller trees. Arm-powered loppers quickly cut anything smaller than a wrist.
|Cherry Logs Waiting to Be Cut in Half, Split and Stacked, with the Stove Wood Cart|
|Our Stove Wood Cart that Carries Enough Wood for a Typical Heating Day|
|A Single Day's Supply of Wood Cut in Easy-to-carry Length|
|The Source of All Our Heat and Fall, Winter, and Spring Cooking, Maple Syrup (7 Pots Boiling Away Above), and Plant Germinating (The Four Blocks of Onion Sets on Top)|
|Eighteen Quarts of 2017 Maple Syrup from Boiling Away 180 Gallons of Sap|