Shane McDaniel and his twin sons, Harrison and Henry, 20, stand by the wood stacked in front of their Lake Stevens home. They started with 40 cords of wood and are giving it out to those in need. The men spent months chopping the wood with the help of several friends. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Shane McDaniel and his twin sons, Harrison and Henry, 20, stand by the wood stacked in front of their Lake Stevens home. They started with 40 cords of wood and are giving it out to those in need. The men spent months chopping the wood with the help of several friends. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The Paul Bunyans of Lake Stevens chop wood for a cause

Shane McDaniel and his twin sons split 40 cords to give to the needy. It took months, and muscles.

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