Got an offer for free wood as much as I can take. Problem is it's "trestle wood". I turned it down, figured it would eat threw the stoves in less than two years. Here's why. Trestle wood is oak and vertical grained fir from eighty to a hundred and twenty years old used to build the Lucerne cut-off over the Great Salt Lake. The Moisture content is less than 5%, but the salt content is higher. I figured burning salt soaked wood at high temp would eat through my stove box. I have seen what the timbers does to machines, don't want to replace even the shop stove (cheapest). Anyone disagree???? Should I get it back?