For the love of cherry

FireBones Posted By FireBones, Feb 24, 2013 at 8:40 PM

  1. FireBones

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    Went out today with a couple buddies and dropped 2 nice cherries and a beech and a maple. I was smiling ear to ear all afternoon bucking up those beauty salmon rounds!! Cheers.

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  2. Locust Post

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    Nice FB.....some of the best smelling wood when burning in my opinion and not to bad when splitting. I like cherry.
     
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  3. tfdchief

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    Wow, what a great day in the woods! Beautiful looking rounds. Ought to split real easily.
     
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  4. swagler85

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    Fantastic! Cherry is my favorite wood, burns good smells great, easy to split, and dries fairly quick. Always love to add some to the stacks.
     
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  5. Blue2ndaries

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    Ditto all the above...nice work! Cherry is hard to find out here in OR, but I've had some and really like it.
     
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  6. TimJ

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  7. FireBones

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    Thanks for all the comments guys, can't wait to split them up and prepare for ignition!!!
     
  8. Jags

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    I like cherry in the stack. Good burning, great smelling stuff. It could be my imagination, but I think it tends to leave quite a bit of ash after the burn.
     
  9. Paulywalnut

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    It burns to a fine powder but more than some other types.
     

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