That looks like a lot of wood. hopefully you will stop chopping before you cut down the entire Ozarks. Looks like the shop will be toasty warm this coming winter. I have been landscaping here as well, but since my lot is smaller than yours ( by about a factor of 100) it doesn't take as much heavy machinery. Be careful of the back, knees, elbows, etc...rest in the evening, soak in a hot tub....and get done so we can restart carving. We have missed you guys on the blog, but owning acreage is a big job and we understand the need for preventative maintenance.
That ain't fair using a splitter... where's your Abe Lincoln Spirit and using a trusty AX!!! Ha...you got a good handle on it and probably not as exhausti9ed come days end. Just taker slow and easy.As for me & my new Cub Cadet mower that I used 6 times last year and once yesterday seized up. Hauled it in to the repair shop and it needs a new transmission. Go figure!!!
The splitting was the only part that was any fun. The cutting, dragging, cutting, carrying and stacking was the part I hated.
Sell them as "Out West" rough outs...just the way they are.