hickory. lucky man you are!
use a blow torch. to help the draft or try top down fire...happens when warmer outside
bought that same stove 3 years ago. let me know how the oak performs. Happy burning when the time comes. You may as well do some break in fires.
looks like he took you up on your offer.
looks great! time to change your sig line
perfect... Please say you helped someone in need, with luck like that.
use a blowtorch
once it gets a little cooler, it might be time for liquor.
the nuts are poison don't eat them. See ya Nov 24, GO BUCKS
that's great. For fun you should make a sun dial. Maybe use one of your milled beams as the shadow for the hour hand.
Welcome to the forum, Next I would buy a chainsaw, hydro. Might as well jump in with both feet. Not paying for the wood is just as important as using...
hope he doesn't have any kids.
that post = Perfect Priceless
looks like chokecherry.?
Elm sucks. Will only take again if completely out of wood.Or at least delivered to me.
just split Sweet gum tree with 22 ton huskee .....Piece of cake. That is compared to green Sieberan elm. bogged the hydro with every split. Don't...
smell it ... should be dead giveaway , if Hickory or not
snap crackle pop!
thats not a Ash tree. It must be Basswood. Sorry just looked it up
looks great. How about a wood crop circle or maze? That should take a little more time.
I read somewhere that you could harvest 1 cord per acre each year. on an established wooded area.
middle looks like Hickory, If it smells like it, then that is what it is. Hope you get alot if it .
it might be wise to go a little smaller on the splits, they will season faster, that is untill You get futher ahead ...At least 2 cords IMO.
Great score.... Looks like 2.5 cords. Let us know what it pans out to be.
looks great! What a great way to kill time. BTW I cannot stand New England, Hope the Giants stomp their a$$. Its going to suck when you have to tear...
i have one and love it .. It's not a sthil but it its still a good saw. Pretty sure its 37.5 cc. Hope this helps. 269. brand new at homedepot.
cool post. I enjoyed it
if it was in someones yard I'd say silver. However if it was close to the woods I would go with sugar. 1st pic looks like sugar to me.
suprised Santa didn't keep for himself...They burn wood at the north pole too!
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