The wood delivery guys have no problem asking quite high prices. They really should make it right and deliver what you in good paid for.
By about 5pm everyone was telling me to cool down the stove.
Cool ! Never seen something like that.
I try to put it off as long as possible. Finally my wife brow beats me into a "family tree gathering day"Somehow I end up paying for 4 trees. Nice...
Steer into the skid
Sounds like you have quite a bit of ash to get. Great. Nice haul.
Welcome! May you never be cured of the wood virus:)
The way you have the oak stacked it will sit for years just fine. Wind and sun are your friend.
It won't rot in those ultimate conditions.
I'm glad you use dollar bills too, I've caught two on fire so far. No leaks.
I have some fine white ash floating around when I open my stove door. Very little.
Outside I rarely see any smoke coming from my chimney. If my oil...
Nice stacks Wilhelm. You won't regret getting your own splitter. You can split at your own pace.
Hold your wrist or rub your forearm and just shake...
When seasoned it burns great. There's not a lot of it around me. What's here never gets very big.
That's nice size there.
Not me. I tell my wife to stay away. ( I don't want her to know its fun cutting and splitting and stacking.);)
Burns more like a maple. Doesn't store as well as some other woods.
Great aroma. Tough to split once it is dried out some. All cherry to burn
I am very happy how mine operates. 1/4" open after it reaches 400 or 500 degrees. Cruises until I need more dry seasoned wood.
I'm sure you have cut a lot of wood but I never noticed Ash to be difficult to cut, Splitting green by hand can be an experience though.
I actually enjoy a little wiff of cherry or red oak smoke in the room:cool:
Great aroma splitting and burning. Lots of white powdery ash.
Yes, 26-28. Too moist for me. I like it much lower. The 3 year split BL I'm burning now is 15-16.
I don' t use that meter for confirmation, just a...
You just know that 128 cubic feet is 4x4x8 impressing your non burning friends.
You're the only one in your extended family that know what shoulder season is.
On a beautiful beach and wondering what kind of wood that driftwood is.
The fumes are being burnt by the heat of the stove.
Blue is a clean burn or some kinds of firewood. Mulberry or osage. Nice looking in the stove though.
I like big hot coals in the morning. Open it up and give it air. The big coals are throwing some intense heat.
Does anyone want to trade a cord of Poplar for a cord of Black Locust?
I've been splitting some BL today. 6 months down and still very damp. Bark is falling off
but long seasoning process with BL.
Oak or Ash. Let them season 3 years. It makes a big difference the way they burn.
Nice stacks. Like your cedar shakes too. One of the best sidings there is.
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