Roseanne’s New Show Triumphs, ‘The View’ Faces a 65% Rating Drop

Shane McDaniel and his twin sons Henry and Harrison fall into that category of do-gooder. Shane spent a good deal of time harvesting firewood with his father when he was a child, and was eager for his 21-year-old boys to help him continue the tradition …

The family, who live in Lake Stevens, Washington, had their work cut out for them in the wake of a heavy storm.

As Shane explained: “I had a lot of wood I had to cut because of storm damage and trees that were taken down. It just kept piling up and piling up. Once it got to be such an amount of wood we decided we could do something better with it.”

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