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I'm thinking maple also.
Buy some wood now for the future. Covering is not what you need. You need seasoning time. Split, stacked off the ground in single rows for 1-3 yrs...
Very nice. My father unfortunately just died a couple of days ago at 103, had hearing issues. I wear ear plugs all the time because of him. He...
This should be moved to the Classic Forum.
Seems incredibly clean for a slammer or any other install. Was it ever used?
If its an inexpensive one for firewood. It should read 30-35% on the palm of your hand. It should be about 12-15% on interior unpainted trim molding.
The green locust color disappears and locust makes a very high pitch when knocked together. Moisture meter is invaluable for a beginning burner....
Look at the 22 from tractor supply at 1k.
I once saw one specifically built to be used for multiple purposes. Like any other piece of equipment they usually have a very specific function...
I would guess that their was an original heatilator that had fans. The mason probably rebuilt the brick facade and eliminated those fans.
Some kind of ornamental tree.
What year was the house built?
I admire your patience, or were you in a coma!
This is an exterior chimney, not central to the structure?
Longer, but that still may give you problems it there are other issues.
What do you think of that splitter?
Classic ash, but possibly norway maple.
I keep oak separate from all other. Takes forever to season.
Was this project originally permitted?
I used one for a 30' trench 18" deep. Wasn't easy but did it myself. 36" would have been out of the question.
Here is one for seasoned wood.
I and my wife did it 10 yrs ago in north central NJ clay soil. Not easy, but I'm sure much easier than the conventional two man auger. We did 30...
We need to figure out why that poor rat committed suicide. Maybe the predators are over populated and causing over due stress on the rodents. Need...
Anyone see the debate lip reading parody. Google it, its very funny. Making fun of dems and Reps.
I too had to re attach the wires. They are very flimsy.
Only if going forwards. Mis- matched tires unfortunately. Mounted this way to have better access to the valve stem. Had leaking going on....
Splitting some oak quarters. Usually stay away from oak. Had these dropped in the yard.
Very nice simple, sturdy, functional.