Hey all, new member here from Washington state, a little south of the Canadian border. My wife and I have a nice little Country wood stove, and while I love having a fire, this thing eats a lot of wood in a hurry! Thus, my question... Do any/many of you use the "high energy firelogs" produced by companies such as North Idaho or Blazer International? I just came across them recently, and haven't found much useful info online as to the effectiveness or cost comparison. I've also used the search function on this site and couldn't find anything. Obviously, harvesting and seasoning your own firewood for the cost of a wood cutting permit is ideal. Outside that, if you were to buy firewood and with local cord wood costing around $250/cord (and you're lucky if it's seasoned lower than 30%!), I was wondering if these logs would make a better option. My local coop sells them for $0.88 per log, so a pallet of 240 would run around $210. So, pro's and cons? Anyone with experience have any info or opinions? Any help is very greatly appreciated!