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  1. wvstriper

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  2. Homefire

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    I lived in Salem Oregon in the 70's
    There were plywood , paper , and lumber mills everywhere. Scrap wood was yours for the hauling, one of the large companies tried making sawdust logs in an atempt to get rid of the saw dust. They finally gave those away as no one wanted to pay for saw dust logs.

    I burned them for 2 winters, I had to clean the chimney every 2 weeks or so but other than that is was free heat for the hauling.
    They sucked up a lot of moisture and had to be kept dry at all times and that is tough to do in the northwest :(
     
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