This is a really easy and cheap, possibly free firewood rack if you have some the items already. No tools are required to make this. You can make it as long as you want or make a little short one to hold kindling.
Clasof56 shares how to make it. I really like the design, the wood is up off the ground and has plenty of air flow all around to help it dry and you could just put a tap over it through the winter to keep it dry. Check out the tutorial on Instructables. If you go through a lot of firewood you may also like Bulk Firewood Processing with a Husqvarna Chainsaws.
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