Log Splitting Jigsaw Puzzle

Log Splitting
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About Log Splitting:

Time to split some wood for the fireplace. If you didn't know, the act of splitting firewood from logs that have been pre-cut into sections is called log splitting. It is done using an axe or maul, or by using a mechanical log splitter. Logs need to be split so they fit into wood stoves or fireplaces and help accelerate the drying process. Freshly cut wood contains a lot of moisture and doesn't burn very well. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles

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