How Much Wood in a QUART ?

TreePapa Posted By TreePapa, Sep 21, 2009 at 6:44 PM

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  1. TreePapa

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    Maybe he meant he's got a quart of Avocado and he is doing th e burning, he just wants someone to make a nice Gaucamole!
     
  3. Pagey

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    That would be 2 US pints. :cheese:
     
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    I have a few ounces of Oak, if anyone needs it...
     
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    i knew i need a chip bag collector for my saw's can it and sell it by the half pint!
     
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    Market it as 'Hand Carved Wood Stove Chips'. Put them in a Pringles can and sell them for 15 buck a pop.
     
  7. smokinj

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    I like it or 2 for 25.00
     
  8. mbcijim

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    I was in a grocery store in Eastern PA the other day, they had one of those community posting boards where everybody thumbtacks stuff on. There was one -

    Quart Wood Available
    $140 per quart
    With the guys name and number.

    I almost called him to see how big his quart was, but thought better of it. If he doesn't know a quart is a cord, how in the world do they know that a cord is 4x4x8?
     
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    Even if they mean a 'quarter of a cord', that is still a retarded price.
     
  10. smokinj

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    +1 sure not good at spelling myself!!!!!! cord at 140.00 be my best guess
     
  11. gzecc

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    Its probably a quarter of a cHord!
     
  12. BrotherBart

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    Email and ask how much it is for a gallon. Maybe there is a price break for quantity.
     
  13. Duetech

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    There are 231 cubic inches in a gallon so 1/4 of a gallon is 57.75 cubic inches or about 3.3% of a cubic foot. Maybe you could send an SASE and have them send it to you???
     
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    you mean CORD, but thanks for playing.
     
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    I still don't know what avocoda wood is???
     
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    fruit tree never seen one either
     
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    I am familiar with Avocado trees (mmmmm.....guacamole), but that avocoda stuff must be different. ;-)
     
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    yep be cool to try in the smoker
     
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    What on earth is the matter with you guys. Everyone knows a pint is a pound the world around. It takes 2 pints to make a quart, so that ad is for 2 pounds of wood. A bargain at that price!
     
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    I have a chord of avocoda in my yard, that was kilm dried
     
  21. Gomez

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    Maybe he meant "court".

    Like "I just ripped up this basketball court and want to sell the wood".


    Hmmmm, sometimes they sell beer by the yard instead of pints.
     
  22. Tony H

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    I think his cousin lives near me , his ad reads 75.00 for a normal pick-up load.
    Maybe we could call and ask him how many quarts to fill up a "normal" pick-up truck.
     
  23. TreePapa

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    It's an avocado with a Boston accent!

    Peace,
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    Easy now people...
     
  25. ctarborist

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    me thinks a quart of jack daniels would keep you warmer for a longer period of time!
     
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