More Cherry

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  1. thewoodlands

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    Once I made a trail after cutting the first cherry I found a good size cherry down. After cutting we had 37 good size rounds and the smaller ones on top.

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    good scores on all the cherry. I'm envious cherry burns great!!!!
     
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    Good score on the cherry. Cherry is my favorite, other than oak, and locust and apple and pear and ash and hickory.
     
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    Cherry freak you!
    But I have some Pignut and Shagbark thats over 2 years old I will torch in Jan/Feb.

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    Good score. I like the way cherry smells, as well as ease to split plus seasons well.
     
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    really? you like ash more than cherry?

    I love cherry...
     
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    LOL! Yes, I would have to say Cherry is my favorite, too - other than Osage Orange (Hedge), Hickory, Ironwood, Beech, Birch, Black Locust, Apple, Mulberry, Oak, Maple, Ash, Juniper, Hackberry, Tamarack, Walnut - and Elm.

    (I'm a BTU/cord freak - most heat for the least amount of space and hauling, so that is just the list of woods of higher btu/cord than cherry, with elm moved to the last because of the smell and terrible splitting! :) ) Of course, 'Free' wood trumps all!
     
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    No, not really. If I had to pick one wood, it would be locust though.
     
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