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How much should I offer for this?

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by termv, Dec 24, 2008.

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  1. termv

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  2. Brian VT

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    If I was driving by there I might offer to get it off his lawn for him and burn it in my stove.
  3. Malatesta

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    Bring your truck down to MD. I'll fill it for 75 bucks. All Oak and some other semi hardwoods.
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    I would offer to take it off his hands but not pay for it. Not that much there anyhow. Of course I have all the wood I can cut free for the taking. That little pile hardly seems worth the trip to pick it up.
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    I wouldn't charge him more than 20 bucks for the removal service.
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    The sad reality is that someone will probably pay more than it's worth for it.
  8. termv

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    Yeah, I wanna buy those twigs! I think I could walk down any street around here and pickup more wood than that pile. Another funny aspect to this story is this place http://www.weaberlumber.com/Logs/tabid/1657/Default.aspx is practically in his back yard. They offer free triaxle loads of stumps, cut offs, and ends. Free = pay driver his fee which was $100 about 3 years ago and I think it is now around $150-$180. Free also = way more work than nice straight logs.
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