The pine offcuts I got two years ago for firewood are great because they fit together nicely and efficiently in the banana boxes to be taken in to the house. You might remember my post about the huge volume that arrived by truck one day, and were such a chore to stack.
We ended up having them on the back porch, the front veranda, and then there were still just as many leftover to fill two pallets in the carport.
Two winters later and we're just getting to the bottom of the carport stacks.
However, the bottom pieces of wood have become wet with rain over the last year. On each visit, I spread out a layer, and it seems dry enough by the next visit.
But! Look at the lovely patterns the fungi have made! I was transfixed with delight. Look closer... (click)
... and closer....
Can you see the dog running over the windswept, wintery moor, and the rooks flying up into the crepuscular sky?