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Free Locust Logs Chester County PA

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Srbenda, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. oldspark

    oldspark Guest

    Truck rental might be in order for some of you close by.:)

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  2. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    Just wait til you see the photo I will post tomorrow of what I will have....
  3. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    Here's what i had hauled off today...

    [​IMG]
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  4. Clyde S. Dale

    Clyde S. Dale Feeling the Heat

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    Here's what i had hauled off today...

    [​IMG]

    Is that the tree company taking them away or did a Hearth.com member line up a tri-axle to come grab a huge load?
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  5. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    Unfortunately...I had to PAY to have that hauled away
  6. oldspark

    oldspark Guest

    That's too bad, are you guys close to him paying attention, seems like a win win deal.
  7. Joful

    Joful Minister of Fire

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    I gots more wood than I can splits right now... and I'm not that close. Likely same for Hearth.com Members. I think Hogwildz is awful close to this guy... maybe he hasn't seen this thread?
  8. Clyde S. Dale

    Clyde S. Dale Feeling the Heat

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    I've already taken three loads from him. I was hoping other members close by would take the opportunity. Plus I am beyond capacity right now until I start burning with several cords of oak waiting for me at a family member's farm. Heck, if someone had planned a little local GTG I would done my best to show up with at least a chainsaw and help saw those logs up.

    Srbenda,

    Is everything gone from your property now?
  9. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    Well...
    I have still have a nice pile of locust that could go. A small pile of maple, and at least 3 or 4 more locusts that will come down in the near future...
  10. bad69bird

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    I would be interested in taking some of that off your hands, I am local out in New London. Im tied up this week/weekend but should be available next week during the evenings, I can bring a trailer
  11. bryan

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    Its times like this I really really wish I owned a truck/trailer. KSQ is about 25 min from me but with wood that size it might as well be in IA. That and the wife has already put me on notice about how much wood is stacked in the yard. Need a few more winters to get her schooled about the importance of seasoned wood.
  12. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    Just PM me if you want to come out. Still have quite a bit I can give away...

    I am going to post some on Craigslist soon.
  13. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    I still have plenty of this locust, now more than 2 years old. If you're short on your winter supply, let me know.
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  14. D8Chumley

    D8Chumley Minister of Fire

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    If you have any left around Christmas we have that whole week off between Xmas and New Year, I might have to come introduce myself :)
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  15. sevo75

    sevo75 Member

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    Hi, I'm down the road behind Longwood. The wood You helped me load onto the trailer was great last year. I'm off this Thursday but honestly any time which is good for you I would love to "help" you out.
  16. Studdlygoof

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    I'm about 30 min down the road and would willing to stop by sometime this week if you still have some to get rid of. It would also be nice to meet some fellow members in the area
  17. Clyde S. Dale

    Clyde S. Dale Feeling the Heat

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    Srbenda - the most generous hearth.com member in SEPA. Thanks again for the locust from past years! I'm full but got my fair share anyway..
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  18. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor Minister of Fire

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    Can I drive up there and fill a U haul up and drive back?

    But Nah I have my eye on two trees at my office that needs to be cut.
  19. muncybob

    muncybob Minister of Fire

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    Dang, I would be all over this if you were even 1 hour from me.
  20. Joful

    Joful Minister of Fire

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    Don't get too excited, guys. No crossing county lines with firewood, in eastern PA. Unless you're REAL local, you'd be breaking the law. A generous offer, nonetheless, but this is why Srbenda listed them as, "Chester County."
  21. Clyde S. Dale

    Clyde S. Dale Feeling the Heat

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    I revise my statement - Srbenda the most generouse hearth.com member in Chester County. ;)
  22. Sully

    Sully Feeling the Heat

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    Hey guys! Been a great summer but it's time
    To get back on the forums and back in the woods. I got some of this locust last year and hopefully be making up this weekend. Srbrenda is a great guy. Hopefully see you Saturday sometime
  23. Longstreet

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    That's why what everyone is hauling off Srbenda's property is future lumber and/or blanks for turning bowls.

    J/k, I have no idea if that would fool the PA DNR.
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  24. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    OK, let's keep legal here.
    If you want firewood, please PM me, I see other responses in the thread, but PM me please.
    I think I have enough to give away to those that have responded so far.
    I also will have by this weekend a downed small walnut, a cherry and a locust.
    The cherry is actually a very straight nice log, that won't be free. I'll post a picture once I can get it more visible. It will make some nice boards...
  25. Srbenda

    Srbenda Burning Hunk

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    Most of the wood is gone, I do have a bit more left, more on that later.

    Here's a group of Hearthers cutting rounds off of a nice downed locust with a 90cc saw.

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