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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by WOODBUTCHER, Jul 13, 2007.

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  1. WOODBUTCHER

    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    The sun and dry weather here in CT is showing no mercy on my hickory stack.

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  2. _pj_

    _pj_ New Member

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    Great picture.

    My wife thinks I'm mad when I open up our woodshed doors (not in the same league as you guys with log stacks - still I can dream) "just to have a look" with our two young boys.
  3. Todd

    Todd Minister of Fire

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    Looking like it's drying very well. When we have these low humidity, warm dry days firewood really cracks open and lets the moisture out.
  4. Robbie

    Robbie Minister of Fire

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    Looks wonderful !!


    _pj_ , welcome to the forums.............you'll get there soon enough. :)



    Robbie
  5. rdrcr56

    rdrcr56 New Member

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    You guy's should live in Colorado, when I first started getting my wood laid up for winter I was all freaked out that it had to season for a year, the humidity is so low and the sun shines so much that everybody cuts their wood in the spring with the attitude that it will be ready to go after drying all summer
  6. Shane

    Shane Minister of Fire

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    You can usually get away with splitting pine and drying in 6 months or so here in Wyoming too. Year dried stuff is still pretty nice though. Of course mentioning pine in a thread with such a nice shot of HICKORY is almost blasphemous. :)
    I'm going on a cruise to the east coast in mid september. I've been trying to devise a way to stash a load of good hard wood in my luggage to bring back with me. J/K
  7. myzamboni

    myzamboni Minister of Fire

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    Splits on a Plane . . .sounds like an excellent movie idea :)
  8. hornett22

    hornett22 New Member

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    my wood is piled and uncovered this year.drying faster than it ever has.would like some of that hickory though.
  9. My_3_Girls

    My_3_Girls Member

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    Awesome pic, Butcher. I just set it as my screen background.
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