Here is the 'woodshed' behind one of our other sheds. That is a robin nest platform near the top of the shed that Bill made for me. That's our blue canoe. I have the orange sled all ready with wood on it. Best $7.00 I ever spent. Obviously, I took this pic in the fall. That sled gets a lot of use for winter. I drag the sled around the propane tank and up the hill to the utility room door.
This is the bin that we keep at the utility room door. It holds about a day and a 1/2 worth of wood.
Even Princess Cleopatra has to be wrapped with a blanket until Mommy has the cabin warm enough, otherwise she shivers.
Bill has the woodburner torn apart for a good cleaning. He does this about every 3 months. See the arch in the fireplace? You can't see it when all the trim pieces are on the wood burner. Shucks, it's so pretty. The original stone firebox is approx. 3-4 ft. deep and it has the original cast iron liner. Our fire tools aren't for show, they are for hard use, but I bought the set because they are pretty. They are hand forged, individual pieces. I also have extra brushes and shovels because they always come in handy.
Not a fire for 'watching', the glass door gets a lot of smoke and crusted with creosote, but it sure is toasty! My bloggy pal Margy over at http://powellriverbooks.blogspot.com/ cooks in and on her woodburner. I can't cook ON mine, but I'm going to try and cook in it. I need to buy a fire brick to set inside the door.