Nothing wrong with burning full loads of Locust
Need to move this to the laugh of the Day. Or I will sell you some magic tree seeds.
It does dry in the winter , and when the moisture in the wood freezes it splits a little and allows more exposure to heat wind, therfore seasons.-...
I live outside of Front Royal, I will have to stop by and give the professor some of my Philosophy, or sell him some wood.
That is a yearly discussion here- some top cover as soon as c/s/s some do it later on, or never - I personally do not - and will not argue with...
If you Burn right out of your stacks- you need to cover.- unless you like to burn rain and snow soaked wood
Usually we are talking about cover non...
No- But is is a proven fact that wood split with a hyd. wood splitter gives you longer burn times and less ashes than wood split with a Friskers.
Same as Thistle- Tree of Hell- I did declare war on that stuff -I shot it, Hung it, Burned it, sprayed it. cussed it, mowed it, and I know its...
Thats hard for me to say because I had retired for 2 years, and I c/s/s about 20 cords, then I went back to work and have only time to cut about a...
I noodled 1 big old stump 1 time and I think I just left it on the ground there by the creek. I think that was back in 1987
Not Locust, Im on the other side but most looks like some kind of Pine.
And where are you guys seeing leaves?
Best part is no Ticks,Mesquitoes, or chiggers.
Yep red maple is easy wood to split but we don't use them Fiskars things either.
Yep somone did not like them scrub pines robbing from the Oaks.
Some look like pine to me
What you going to burn it on the floor in front of the stove?
I would have never tried to put it out, just turned air down like I usually run it and go to work. These stoves are not as dangerous as some make...
Looks like treated lumber if it is let them throw it away, whoever uses it should know what it is.
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
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