Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle, Jan 5, 2009.
Mixing it with the 1 year old stuff.
Thank you , all ;-)
That is all :coolsmile:
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Dry wood rules!
Yep, dry wood makes a big difference.
I felt the same way when I ran into some Birch that was laid up for three years. I had processed a large truckload of Birch and couldn't fit it all in my woodshed so I laid the rest of it up in my canvas roundtop shelter. I had a two year supply in my woodshed so the Birch in the roundtop was the last to be burned.
I'm amazed (And that takes alot :coolsmirk: )
And I have splits that weren't fully split, so now they're seperating, and it's just freaking golden
The apartments at 72, no burner running for heat :coolsmile:
These "highly seasoned wood" threads remind me of people comparing something spectacular they got from their dealers recently, if you'll follow me. LOL ;-)
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