I have plenty of it to burn this year, makes alot of ash, to me its not much different than most maples, and white ash.
That Bed Spring packs a Punch.
It should be good and dry this
thread is 3 yrs old itself Poplar will usually dry in 1 yr.;lol
Free is my Favorite Kind of Firewood;lol
Wow that's a COOL Truck bet it will haul a load, and that's a nice load of Wood hard for me to tell from pictures, are all the wood on the Truck...
Oh those things,I thought these were Honey Locust, That on the Truck does not look like the B L that I have
Show us a picture of that Truck you have it in.
Looks like Red Oak to me
That's why most Loggers will not touch Yard Trees or trees on Fence line, The mill does not want them.
[ATTACH] Wonder why they don't dry there chit in single rows, it would dry faster.:)
10-4 on the dry wood
NO - Fatwood is from a pine tree usually a stump, which is Turpentine, the real stuff is like a piece of wood soaked in lets say Diesel fuel...
[ATTACH] That darn really Dry Black Locust makes some GREAT FUEL[ATTACH]
Remember the Gong Show- - This idea needs a Gong X X X
NOT no but ------ No
Let it dry till the rings split then it will burn.
A place I cut has tons of dead BL this picture was taked the day it was cut and split.
Don't make life harder than it already is don't stack till you split it aint going to do much drying till split and stacked.
I am burning cherry and and some sort of maple ran out of Tulip
Are you sure you burn that nasty ( OLD OAK) that so many complain about taking so long to dry, season.\, get ready to burn .etc. etc.
Years try 3 wind no wind sun no sun 3 yrs
I burn full loads of BL no problem just keeps us warm.
Do they need replacing often??
Wow I like your shed you will never regret building it
Around here you would probably have to cut 200 of them to get a cord of firewood. In the spring the redbuds and dogwoods are too dang pretty to cut.
Im in Cedar Rapids right now working at Alliant power trying to get done before I see just How cold it can get here.
Many a winters that part of Texas, will have some of the coldest days in the nation, wendy also.
As allways looks good Dave, What is that under the stacks is that Bottom Cover. Looks like a tarp.
What the heck is a double bottom truck?
White Oak is great wood, at the mill chestnut is sold as white, iv been told.
And that is some nice looking White Oak
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