Anyone need a Quart of wood?

Elderthewelder Posted By Elderthewelder, Mar 22, 2009 at 10:04 PM

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  1. Elderthewelder

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    Just got done splitting a CORD of wood so I can
    use a QUART of beer !! Lol ;-)
     
  3. LLigetfa

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    I think his dipstick reads a quart low.

    I just got done bucking 12 cord but there's no beer in the house. I only have beer when there's no snow on the ground.
     
  4. Backwoods Savage

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    Could you say this guy is perhaps new in the business?!
     
  5. burntime

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    C'mon hunting season!
    That is a sad, sad, story. Glad it is not true at my house!
     
  6. burntime

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    I emailed him asking to borrow a cup of wood. :cheese:
     
  7. LLigetfa

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    So, if a Quart=$225 and a Quarter=$125 how much wood is in a Quarter, a Pint (1/2 qt) or a half Pint (1/4 qt)?
     
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    I just added two tablespoons of juniper to my shop stove. It's burning nicely now. Rick
     
  9. PapaDave

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    Tony's confused,...............................and now my head hurts trying to make sense of all that.
    So, a half gallon would be 200 a quart? That's 400 bucks! For half a gallon of wood? No frickin' way, man.

    I'm done now.
    Dave
     
  10. jadm

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    It sure doesn't take much to start you guys on a roll. :lol:

    I would blame end-of-the-season-to-much-time-on-our-hands-and-there-isn't-anything-better-to-do but I remember the mid-season thread on how some people clean the glass on their wood burning devices, I won't mention any names but the initials A.P. might bring back some colorful memories....

    Now what I am wondering is how many quarts he has sold and how satisfied his customers are. I am also wondering what he seasoned it with. 8-/

    (I blame all of my nonsense on you guys because I learned this behavior here along with how not to burn my house down.)
     
  11. savageactor7

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    LOL...and you guy shred me for using 'face cords'.
     
  12. JerseyWreckDiver

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    Quart? Cord? What the hell is the difference? It clearly says "Dry Season Wood"...

    Don't know where you guy's are from but around here the time for wood burning is a pretty wet season. What am I going to do with wood that is only good for a drought?

    Ya don't have to be a college gradjeiate to sell firewood...
     
  13. burntime

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    Face cords is a perfectly good measurement. 16 inch long wood its 3 face cord to a cord. I stack my wood 2 rows wide on a pallet and use 16inch deep by x long and x high to figure all the time. Actually I know 16 inch long wood takes 3 piles 4x8 total 32 each or 96 total. I stack 6ft high by 16ft long for 3 full cords.
     
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