If not sold for carving, will sell for firewood [at a much lower price].
Regency I2400 here. Works for us. We keep it running 24/7 when it gets below 50.
Thank you Master of Fire webby3650!
Looking for any information on this old stove.
I switch the separate breaker to my A/C compressor off during the winter. Then I set the thermostat to “cool” (w/o compressor) to 80 during the...
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not a problem w/ an 8lb maul.
even if it'll fit in the stove unsplit, I prefer to split'em.
Sounds like a deal if she delivers and stacks it.
48' of drying wood (2 rows deep 5' high) looks pretty good to me and adds a lot of privacy! (that's a "tree house" on the right)
And I thought the $20 I paid for one at a yard sale this weekend was foolish. (It does need a little work).
can you work a lattice back into the design so you will still have privacy when the rack is empty?
guess I need another trailer :-)
This is a scroungers paradise. Most of this was from CL... and in the last 6 months. (12 pallets).
Nice! Start loading now. You are already late for next year. :)
Cribbing (stacking criss cross) seems to work very well for accelerating the drying process.
A little of a tangent... but i've found that a GI Parachute Cargo Duffle Bag works well for hauling short stumpy splits into the house for burning in...
> What am I missing here?
you've been talking to the wrong people.
you're in the right place now.
In the same boat. have a 290. wishing for a 362cm.
Reality for me: 290 does just fine.
But I said the same thing about my maul before I got a...
Subscribing as I am also moving around similar sized wood.
Alot of that out there. But some good finds too. Over the past 2 Sundays I've scrounged up about maybe 3 cords off of CL... and both times it came...
That's what I was thinking. 18 yards would be a 10+ wheel dump truck worth. They wouldn't load something like by hand. Expect some big rounds.
This village in AK (link below) is feeding their Garn with river wood
"And because of river erosion, this alternative fuel literally floats right...
It dries out fast, is light when dried and burns hot, but fast.
I thought it made pretty good coals too. Real good for getting a fire stared and then...
I tried building a holz hausen with shorts splits... ended up with a teepee.
A propane torch works well to.
I don't have to use it much.
The last fire I lit was on halloween... but it was still burning this morning. :)
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