There's a music hall around here called the Tupelo.
Does not look like any beech I've ever seen. Beech bark around here in New England is smooth and tight.
Hmmm... nice beech.
I use to stack it by...
My mouth is watering again... I split all my wood by hand and find with Elm that leaving it sit for a while before splitting makes it so much...
Please consider when interacting with other humans not to say; "No offense" and then follow and offend with statements like "hogwash".
The screen lets the heat pour out when the fire is in a coal only state; and I mean pour out.
but this better explains peoples "new is better...
mrlisk, welcome to the club.
I own an Elm Stove now (sweet), but still own the Energy Harvester.
precaud - the front screen on the Energy Harvester...
Judi and I enjoyed the day and want to thank Craig for all he did. Great food, music, gifts and people.
It was a pleasure to meet the likes of...
Sweet...I love your 30"
As Scott Weiland from Velvet Revolver would say; "It's a big machine, it's a big machine."
Some contributing factors:
1. The result of gradual movement of floor boards and associated support beams as you continually walk...
I'll be there Sat.
Honey, can you move your stuff so I can park my car?
I read your title aloud,which, in itself, is a fantasy for me.
Answer from wife unit in other room; "The answer is simple. Nowhere. One is more than...
I agree with the old gentleman.
I would value recommendations and advice from user hwdemers listed in this thread. He's a pro up here in NH.
Classic line of the month award winner!
I would get a Blaze King (looks are not important - no wife).
If you want a cat type I would recommend you...
you can get those good screw in the ground tie-downs pretty cheap at the hardware store for the wood pile.
It's Elm and diseased. Imagine having that stack?
I'd say to one of the boys; "Guy, you want to help me with some wood for a bit? I'll cut you...
I never burn pallets because I don't trust myself deciding if there are chemicals in the wood.
I'll stick to burning firewood from actual trees.
mid September in NH
1st sticky on this forum is "Everything Fisher"
The old and new stoves you have are very nice.
Brother B I hope it's path heads out to sea for ya.
Didn't know what to call it.
It's a plastic tub about 2'x3'x6"deep.
Wood goes from the landing after split to the long drying row in the sun and wind.
Then after a full year it gets moved into the corral....
My stacks look like a rollercoaster compared to that.
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Zap, you and quads rule!
Do you need binoculars to see the end?
I went to http://www.city-data.com/city/Indianapolis-Indiana.html
You folks get alot of...
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