I think locust also.
There is no walnut council in Pennsylvania.
I'd be interested in some links for walnut buyers. Post em
I burn 10 splits a couple small rounds a small bundle of kindling and 10-12 branches and a few scraps of lumber. Never burn any pressure treated...
Wouldn't we all?
That is awful for him. I bet that's why he doesn't have a stove.
What about you're character? You going to clean that up anytime soon?
I don't think a "good" friend would take 50% on the deal even if it was offered but whatever.
Wish I were your neighbor. I would be asking how soon can you get another cord ready to sell?
$4,500 sounds like little much. Have you considered fruit trees? At least you may live to see the fruit of your labor.
We have quite a few walnut...
Sounds like a good deal for you. Scott , Jack, Red ,White , makes me wonder how they all got their names.
Jack pine is different then Red pine. Red pine has long needles and a distinct look. Jack pine has short needles.
1 year after split and stacked...
How do I get that in my Ford?
When I was a kid we would find wood like that when Dad was cutting stuff up. I d ask him you want this stuff. He would say throw it on we'll get some...
Based on the walnuts under the snow near the base of the tree, I am able to identify it as walnut.
What's the problem with your stove? I looked at quadrifire stoves a few years back before buying my vc. They looked good. Just curious.
If it's down as you say it is down. Why would you need to go on someone else's property. Just cut up what is on your property. Don't go on other...
Don't restack again. Don't be a retascker.
I think we all have our choice of what we ultimately put in our stacks and stoves.
Being a landowner I cut dead trees. Not all are the coveted hard...
Measure the circumference of the tree at a height of 4 1/2 feet off the ground.
Divide the circumference by 3.14 to get the diameter.
The ad seems ok to me.
As far as how long oak takes to season , it depends on the condition of the tree when it's taken down or cut and split.
The thing is the species which dry faster often burn faster, so you may need more wood to heat with. Remember pound per pound all wood creates the...
Me likes cookies.
Don't be a re stacker!!
I wouldn't re stack it. Spend the time and energy getting more wood.
Sounds better then it looks then.
What's it sound like when you slap a couple spits together?
Looking at it with all that bark on I would guess it could use some time on a stack hanging out in the sun.
You may be able to find an old upright freezer on craigslist way better for freezing rounds and easier to get out over a chest freezer.
Re stacking sounds a bit much. It will dry out fine the way it is. Geez
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