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How long do you let wood sit before you claim it?

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by k3c4forlife, Nov 16, 2009.

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  1. cuznguido

    cuznguido New Member

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    Nope. And in the words of Forest Gump, that's all I'm gonna say bout that. What would you have done?

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  2. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    I have a large power line running across a couple acres of MY property. The power co. came thru and cleared trees, on MY property. Therefore MY trees. Not trying to be a dick, but that power line property belongs to someone.
    Bottom line, if it's not yours, either leave it, or ask around. If you don't get a satisfactory answer as to who owns the property. leave it alone.
    I STILL have some trees to get out of there, and it's been 1.5 years since the power co. did their thing. Doesn't mean I don't want it, just haven't had the time to get it all yet.

    Dave
  3. mn_jon

    mn_jon Member

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    Yep, I would ask. Maybe they'll give it to you or let you take some others. My idiot neighbors have about 50 dead standing trees that they won't touch. They're too busy buying wood for their outdoor boilers :) If they weren't such morons I'd ask to cut the dead or fallen trees.




    jon
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