I might, and I mean might, be in the market for the TW this summer.
Yup, poor reading comp here. Go for it.
Where are you?
So the guy with 10 years experience won't do it at his own place and wants you to do it for him?
Sure, go for it. What could go wrong?
Under 2" gets chipped and used in the orchard or garden
Ad says free hardwood on the ground...might be worth someone's effort.
Neat stacks are over-rated but, you're off to a nice start.
Agreed, and lights REALLY easily.
Don't feel too bad Greg, I am driving all the way to Taftville tomorrow for a scrounge...from Lisbon.
I'm ready to shift gears too.
The rhubarb is popping up, sweet potatoes are started indoors, and the pile of rabbit poop is ready to be turned...
My wife jokes (I think) that one of my vows was to keep her warm. I could probably bring the splitter into the basement and she wouldn't care....
Low and slow is going to give you creosote problems. Burn small, hot fires, not low heat, smoldering fires. If the stove puts too much heat out...
I've had the same splitter for a few years now. No issues to mention. Enjoy.
Keep the shagbark, ditch the wife! Lol... Properly seasoned I have no problems with shagbark. :)[/quote]
Keep the wife, work on your wood....
Still barely shoulder season here. Maybe 24/7 next week. No rush though.
Well, I'm starting more fires and using more kindling than last year but my stack isn't shrinking nearly as fast...yeah, I can live with that.
After lurking here for a while I tried, very briefly, to sort my wood. Too much work for little return in my opinion. I now sort by cedar, (read as...
Six trees processed and stacked before noon? You are going to appear to observers as just a blur! :lol:
Notice I said finish...I tend to...
The oaks (unless dead and barkless for many years) take forever to dry. I would guess 27%.[/quote]
Exact number I had in mind when I saw 10...
They are old recycled originally used to import mustard from Dijon.
Cleaned out, they make great water storage for thr greenhouses, for all the...
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