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JerseyWreckDiver Posted By JerseyWreckDiver, Mar 31, 2009 at 11:43 PM

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  1. JerseyWreckDiver

    JerseyWreckDiver
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    I have about about 25 cords of aged firewood (not split) some elm , willow, and pine, approx. 16" to 24". Removed alot of trees one-two years ago when installing in-ground pool, need it gone ! You pick it up and load, most would be great for outdoor firepits, I'm located near Phillipsburg NJ, Lopatcong Township, out of approx 50 emails only two people showed ? Wood still available, please serious inquries only dont have time for email tag all day, wood is FREE ! Thanks, Chris


    Man, elm , willow, and pine, why not just through in a little poison ivy while your at it... :)
     
  2. SolarAndWood

    SolarAndWood
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    Shame on the scroungers of Philipsburg NJ. Free blocked wood in my town gets picked up no matter what it is...willow is in the stove now
     
  3. Dix

    Dix
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    Hay, man, it's free.

    If I had the time and were closer, I'd be all over it.

    I've got my own poison ivy ;-)
     
  4. firefighterjake

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    I'm not a scrounger (although I wouldn't turn down free cut-up wood if offered and if it was close) . . . but to me free is free regardless of the wood.
     
  5. mayhem

    mayhem
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    There is nothing wrong with burning pine, willow or elm. Why can't this guy be closer?
     
  6. gpcollen1

    gpcollen1
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    I would hit that up in a second. I do love my hardwoods but I am far from a snob.
     
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