This tree was chopped down, cut into logs, and then reformed back into a tree. It's the circle of life.
This wooden owl is very wise. In fact, it can tell you exactly how many licks it takes to get to the center of a wooden Tootsie Pop.
For a fun game, pretend this is Jenga. Then remove a log from the middle without having the entire pile collapse.
We're not sure what song these notes are for. But we're hoping it's The Beatles "Norwegian Wood."
Usually, the term "catfish" refers to a person pretending to be someone else online. But in this case, it's a pile of wood pretending to be a fish.
If you had this in your backyard as a kid, how cool would it be to ride up it on your bike? And then to fall off of it halfway through?
This wooden reindeer is impressive on its own. But a red log for Rudolph's nose? An excellent touch.
When you put these logs in your fireplace, you get more than just a little warmth. You also get roast pig.
If you're royalty, you get treated with respect. And you know you're respected when a pile of logs is arranged to look just like you.
This wood pile looks like a giant ball. Just don't try to roll it down the street.
This bear looks ready to attack. But when winter comes, he hibernates...by taking a long nap in the fireplace.