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FREE HEMLOCK Southington, CT

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by iskiatomic, Apr 28, 2009.

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  1. iskiatomic

    iskiatomic Minister of Fire

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    Hello scroungers, past a score today in Southington, CT. There is a sign at the road FREE. Sorry, I did not get the exact street number, however it is in the #725 range of Meriden Waterbury Turnpike. East of Arby's and McDonalds.

    Again like in the title, this is hemlock. Bucked into 14-18 inch lengths. You can get right to the wood. I would say a cord or so is there.

    KC

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  2. Skier76

    Skier76 Minister of Fire

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    I work in Cheshire...that's right up the road.

    We're going to burn in VT next season. I'm starting to seriously think we should get an insert down here in CT. Lots of free wood around here!
  3. gpcollen1

    gpcollen1 Minister of Fire

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    Too busy bustin my arse every night gathering the 3+ cords of oak that is available to me - and it is far. But thought free wood deserves a bump...

    This is one of the reasons why i should bring the trailer to work with me every day...
  4. iskiatomic

    iskiatomic Minister of Fire

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    Well, I hope one of you scrounger's picked it up. Because it's now gone.


    KC
  5. Postalizer

    Postalizer Member

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    Thanks for the heads-up. Grabbed one truck load.


    Free wood is good wood
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