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It will be dry by next burn season
A pass through wall is nice to have.
Nice set up.
If it a remote wooded area I'm sure there are a bunch of already down trees. Stick with them for now until you get to know the guy.
11%, that is low. That wood should burn hot.
Will you be able to get a free wood?
Let it sit for a few months.
I would grow a mix of trees. Poplar, maple, ash, birch, oak, locust.
It depends on how much space you have. I max out at about 12 cords. That is 4 year supply for me. If you have the space and the ability to keep it...
Stack it perpendicular to the wind.
I have never been delivered truly seasoned wood. No wood processor is going to split wood and have it sit 2 years before selling it. The best I...
For Birch, Spruce and Aspen they dry quick. In any condition with good air flow and slightly better when covered. I would like to see the result...
64' L x 3.5' W x 7' H.
Does it get windy in Alaska? This wall will catch a lot of air. I would like to see it. Post picts.
Sell as much as you can. With the money buy green cords to be delivered to the new house.
Same here. I get looks, glares and snide remarks. But then the cold weather hits she is the first one to ask about starting up the stove.
Freshly cut Maple and Oak. The smell of the Oak is taking over the area.
Most us us who split by hand do not split that kind of gnarly and knotty stuff by hand. I own 37 ton splitter and I use for the uglies. I only...
We are talking about full cords 4x4x8
I don't really need the wood but a guy in my town was selling a green cord of wood for$185. Typically, a green cord goes for $225. A so called...
I just loaned out my splitter. It came back with 2 of the 4 gas tank mounts broken off and the engine not working. My friend is going to help pay...
So you can cut, split and stack 5 cords in a single day? Do you get help from a blue ox?
As long add the wood is seasoned and dry when it is stacked it should be fine. Bugs prefer wet wood over dry.
I season the wood until I need to burn it. I'm on 5 year plan. The wood from this year is going to be used 2020.
I would be into a wood splitting event.
Nice set up. Not having to bend over to pick up splits save a huge amount of time end energy.
Yes , I get gnarly stuff. I don't toch it with and ax. I get the splitter to do the hard stuff. I got a 36" round red oak 20' long. I had to cut...
Maybe you guys should stop drinking beers and focus on splitting.
It is about 7 cords. I do a cord a year with the splitter.
For the past 8 years about 8-9 cords a year. I buy a grapple of logs. I don't chop any rounds that have large knots or takes more that 3 min to...
1 cord is about 3 racks. I just use 4- 2x4x8, 2 of them I cut in half for the ends. 3 cinder blocks. 1 rack is usually just around $10. I find...