Good Deal on Hickory Available

Mass. Wine Guy Posted By Mass. Wine Guy, Apr 4, 2009 at 11:04 PM

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  1. Mass. Wine Guy

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    Someone in Boxford, Mass., a town nearby to me, has what he says amounts to three cords of mostly green hickory logs. He wants $300 for it. I'd love to get it, but I don't have the equipment to move it:

    http://boston.craigslist.org/nos/grd/1106476939.html
     
  2. JotulOwner

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    Do you have a UHAUL loction nearby? That's what I use (especially if you can pull a trailer).
     
  3. Mass. Wine Guy

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    I'm going to at least visit the guy and look over his wood. He told me the logs were about 8 feet or so. That's way too heavy for me to lift and haul away. But it may be worthwhile cutting them shorter and renting a truck for a day.
     
  4. CowboyAndy

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    Hell if I were closer, I would have been there before the trees hit the ground! $100 a cord for hickory? I wouldnt have cared if it was my anniversary or my kids birthday... i would be there hauling it home.
     
  5. LLigetfa

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    There's no Hickory around here but for $100 I get wood delivered to me and unloaded.
     
  6. Hurricane

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    I agree that I can buy cords of hardwood logs for 100 delivered. I would not go for that one. I am not sure what the firewood situation is like there in Massachusetts but we are into spring so wood will get plentiful and cheaper for a short while.
     
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