As stated in my baby book, my first sentance was.
" Make fire MaMa"
1 Ironwood 2 Popple 3 Pignut 4 Shagbark hickory
This one is beyond belief.
This is a better deal, it's down, and it's free.
Aspen, Poplar, Cottenwood.
Poplar, maybe Bass wood?
First 2 pictures look like red oak, third looks like ash and one piece of cherry.
I would not buy over the calf boots. Just shave the hair were the pads hit the side of your leg.
8 or 10' boots with a good steel arch.
Yellow birch bark from a dead down punky tree.
Some times all that is left is the bark.
It's free just pick it up.
It lights easy and burns hot.
I would not give him dry wood, it might set off all
that black shiny creosote that been waiting for
some real heat.
Many years ago, I worked as lineman, pre. bucket truck,and ladder linemen.
Hated climbing chestnut poles gafs would only penatrate 1/4" most poles...
Standing dead red oak, say 6" to 10" DBH, with the bark already gone
Should be fine for 2013/2014 if css now.
With oil heat, 1000 to 1200 gallons.
With wood heat 4/ 5 cords + 150 gallons of oil.
With oil 72.
With wood 75 and up.
Processing wood keeps you...
I guess removeing the stump was a deal killer.
So they sweetened the deal.;lol
At 77 I guess I am getting soft ;)
Posted signs should have been your first clue.
Timber theft is not taken lightly in this part of NY.
Town rightaway in this area is 25' to the center...
If you have to split it best have hydraulics.
Apple wood makes the best hand saw handles.
I would suggest a top cover, almost seasoned pine will soak up
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