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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Thistle, Apr 14, 2011.

  1. Thistle

    Thistle Minister of Fire

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    http://desmoines.craigslist.org/zip/2322309387.html I really cant believe some people....

    lol step right up folks,here's some BRUSH & oooh hopefully treated Southern Yellow Pine to burn in your outdoor firepit.If you're really brave...why not bring that lovely stuff indoors & enjoy that 'fresh' chemical smell? ;-)

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  2. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    Awesome...Hope I get there before its all gone!
  3. Flavo

    Flavo Member

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    I'm collecting a bunch of that at the back of my property until I can get a chipper in here. Never thought of posting up on CL w/ the stuff. I think when I do I will charge $200 a pile. I mean heck, It's already all cut and stacked for them.
  4. wannabegreener

    wannabegreener Member

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    Don't forget to pm me when you put it up for sale. Iowa is a little far to drive, but I would gladly drive from NH to CT to get a pile of brush - and you are very generous at only $200 a pile. Count me in. LOL
  5. Singed Eyebrows

    Singed Eyebrows New Member

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    What, No sawdust, then I'm not interested, Randy
  6. richg

    richg Minister of Fire

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    I would show up with two gallons of kerosene, a case of beer and a lawn chair. He said you could burn it, right?
  7. varna

    varna Member

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    LOL...I'd pay to see that.....
  8. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Oh the intelligence (or lack of some folks does make you wonder sometimes.
  9. alfalfa

    alfalfa New Member

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    I realize this is an old post but brought back memories of Iowa. I operated a lumber yard in Grinnell and always had to chuckle. College kids always wanted wood cut and insisted on metric dimensions. Or they would bring in pcs. of string or extension cords with knots tied in it and this was the lengths they wanted things cut. One day, several came in the store in the winter and wondered if we would keep all of our sawdust for them, they were going to use it building an igloo. I told them it wasn't safe as it contained arsenic, however it didn't matter to them. Gotta love kids in a liberal arts college!
    Taylor Sutherland and smokinj like this.

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