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About: Winter is just around the corner so we've got get ready. In today's new puzzle we feature a pile of firewood ready to be cut into smaller pieces, stored and used during the cold winter. There are many ways to store firewood. These range from simple piles to free-standing stacks, to specialized structures.

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