A thing of Bueaty

d.braun28@yahoo.com Posted By d.braun28@yahoo.com, Nov 13, 2009 at 6:41 PM

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  1. d.braun28@yahoo.com

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    maple in the rack and a bunch of nasties in the trailer
     

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    thats the way I do it!
     
  3. thewoodlands

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    You can have the wood in the trailer and rack and I'll be out for the stacked wood near the house, great looking property.



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  4. ROBERT F

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    Nasties? is that what ya call yer odds and ends? My wife calls them mongrels. I call em shoulder wood. HeHe. most people burn pine/softwoods for shoulder season. Well me to, I just burn the smaller pieces during shoulder and leave the full splits for winter! Dang hardwoodians. Wish I had some maple. And a nice lawn like yours too. Yes, I am jelous.
     
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    You send a few hundred days of sunshine my way and I'll send you a truckload of hardwood, sod and rainwater.
     
  6. d.braun28@yahoo.com

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    Maple is what I use in my shoulder season it's soft maple and then I top her off with the nasties.
    Nasties in this load were 3 year old Elm and Apple.
    Wife thinks it's funny when I tell her I am about to burn a nastie Crotch
     
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