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Can you reveal where the mill is Fred. I understand if you don't want a stampede horning in on your score. I'm pretty local.
Nice haul. Nice neighbor!
I gave up trying to split certain types of wood by hand. I got a splitter 4 years ago and haven't missed sore hands and forearms one bit. Hickory...
Those pics don't look like mulberry or Osage . Is this the yellow wood you spoke of? A closer look and it just might be mulberry. Bark looks like...
Oil is getting so cheap I think my firewood is worth way more. I'm tapping the thermostat Apr.1st. Even though I have 7 cords. Next winter might...
I love Fatwood. I thought it was from the roots of pine.
I think I saw we had 20 days of 60+ degree days this winter in southeastern PA. Just crazy.
I haven't burned 3 cords yet this year. 1 cord was...
I agree! Good burning wood. I'd wait at least two seasons. Starting out green. Sun and wind are your friend.
Wow! Get er split. Takes forever to season.
My dad had about 5 or 6 pieces of paper birch about that size he used as a decorative look at the fireplace. It lasted for 30 years. They almost...
Looks like a lifetime supply right there.
Unless you have an Aardvark I would not bring it in. I don't think they can survive without a Queen.
It is great. I'm still using some old siding I got from a dump. It splits as thin as you want. It's almost as good as Fatwood
It is the appropriate name for it. Think Gum when splitting it.
I have 3 year red oak split and stacked and right around 21%. I don't use it until it's under 20. I'm fortunate to be able to wait I know. I...
I agree. BL and Osage Orange, spark in the stove and when you cut it. I use a carbide tipped chain, lasts a lot longer.
I use Box Elder on my first rows just for this reason. Moisture is always going to be higher in the lower part of the stacks unless you're talking...
I hope you gave it three years of seasoning. Even standing dead or laying down dead. It holds moisture for years. It will burn hot with fireworks,...
Give the mulberry a full three years of wind and sun. You'll be glad you did. Lots of blue- purple heat.
Wow! That's a gift. How much do you burn a year?
It does look like silver maple bark. Hard to tell. I hope for you it's a harder type maple. Any leaves around?
I like Ash even better when I can split it in nice square slices. Then you can stacked it in the stove and have it burn all night.
You're doing all the labor. They drop it off that's their labor. It would also depend on the kind of wood. 1000.00 sounds like a lot.
Another thought. Locust.
Yep. When I have mulberry in there it is a beautiful sight.
Beautiful flowers on the tree for sure. Very light when dry. If you need it grab it, you might have to load the stove a lot.
Some old decaying oak is good for the little critters.
I used one for years. You can still get parts for them online. Google Chopper 1. They're nice but temperamental with the little spring loaded...
Nice score. That is Ash!