Burning wood is a popular method of heating or just for enjoyment in just about every area of the country – even people who live in warmer climates have been known to have bonfires, burn pits or fireplaces.
If you live in a rural area in a colder climate, heating by wood is often a less expensive alternative to electricity.
Regardless of why you burn wood, stacking it so you have it when you need it is a necessity, but stacking a lot of it so it does not fall down is almost an art form.
The more wood you have to stack, the more important it is that it be straight, evenly spaced and buttressed at the ends.
That is unless you use the amazing stacking system I describe on the next page.