First Wood Pile of 2011

It always seems that splitting wood by hand is much easier when it is very cold. And that holds true for even the big pieces, knots and all. So even though temps were low and the wind was beginning to pick-up, staying warm was not an issue. With all of the lifting and moving wood around, you soon feel comfortable. And if you overdress, you might start sweating. A great way to get some exercise and some fresh air. As you can see in one photo, there’s plenty more wood to split.

No one would ever mistake me for a Paul Bunyan but there is a new exhibit at Fryeburg Academy’s Palmina F. & Stephen S. Pace Galleries of Art that looks like a good one. LOGGING IN MAINE…THEN AND NOW is a cooperative Exhibition between the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum and the Maine Museum of Photographic Arts. It will be at the Gallery until March 4th.

About kezarlife

I am a year-round resident of Lovell, owner of Kezar Realty (KezarRealty.com) and enjoy the variety of experiences that living in western Maine offers. Numerous lakes, ponds and mountains provide the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors every day. Married to Rondi we have two children. Ben is a Sergeant in the US Marines and with his wife Cassandra, son Jackson and daughter Reagan, live in Virginia. Ben's most recent deployment was to Afghanistan. Anna is a graduate of Fryeburg Academy, has studied in Beijing, China as well as Taiwan and now attends Hunter College in NYC where she is enrolled in their Chinese Flagship Program. I am active in many local organizations including the Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library, Lovell Historical Society, Old Home Days, Lovell 5k Run, the Gasping Gobbler, the Tour de Lovell and the Brick Church for the Performing Arts. I also serve as President-elect of the Western Maine Board of Realtors. Please visit www.KezarRealty.com for up-to-date real estate listings and information on western Maine! Stan Tupaj
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2 Responses to First Wood Pile of 2011

  1. Jim Rowe says:

    Have always enjoyed splitting wood. Nice photos!

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