During the afternoon there had been piled truckload after truckload of cordwood at the end of the company streets.
That was when he found that his old denim jacket had gone over with the cordwood.
They sent down the mountain innumerable ties and all the cordwood that the trees yielded after the ties were cut.
There was plenty of cordwood left, and the galley stove was in good condition.
What with steps and stairs and passages and piles of cordwood for the engine,—oh no, I guess Harland and Wolff didn't build her.
After it was all over, we stacked them up like cordwood—with about as much compunction.
In this particular settlement they operate small farms, gaining their livelihood by selling garden produce, berries, and cordwood.
He was a thrifty farmer for his times, and quite an extensive dealer in cordwood and hoppoles.
In that case the trunks are left to decay, unless they happen to be convenient to a cordwood market.
At Hancock I saw a foot of snow compressed under the cordwood, and some between buildings not exposed to the sun.