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Pic's of some free rounds.

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by FuzzyOne, Nov 30, 2006.

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  1. FuzzyOne

    FuzzyOne Member

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    I came across a sign for "free firewood" in my area. An elderly couple must have had a tree taken down and saved a few bucks by having the tree company leave the rounds. Not one to pass up the wood, I headed home for my trailer and loaded it up. Not sure of the species, but these suckers had to be around 180 lbs each. I was able to get them on a dolly and pull them onto my trailer. Average size was about 32". I'm thinking ash, but not sure.

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  2. FuzzyOne

    FuzzyOne Member

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    Here's my MTD at work.

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    And here is the "fruits of my labor"....LOL

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    I also finished cutting the logs I had delivered for $100. I'm like a kid when it comes to this stuff.....can't get enough of it.

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    Corie Minister of Fire

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    Nice wood mang!

    Hey, you're from HIllsborough eh? That's my old neck of the woods. I lived in bloomingdale, but I was at my grandparents EVERY day in Rivervale. They lived right off of rivervale road, on carusoe lane.
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    Looks good FuzzyOne , Great pics , good score , love the toys and ya got $MONEY$ in the bank.
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    Nice looking wood. good score. some of thoes rounds look heavier then 180lbs.
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    Yeah, I'm not one for judging weight. They were probably more like 280 lbs. Took all of my 210lb body just to roll them. LOL.

    There were two left at the house, I might head back next week. They were cut 10" though. A little small for my trouble.
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    Wow, small world. We love the area, it's just the taxe$ we could do without. Been here for about 8 yrs.
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    That's not ash. I'm guessing sugar (hard) maple.
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    Yes, a friend also said it's maple. Actually on the trailer, I have it mixed with red oak. For some reason I like to mix my woods when stacking and splitting instead of seperating them. Maybe I'm just odd, I don't know.
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    nice wood and trust me that's a good splitter i used that splitter this summer to split 8 cords of wood and it's ran 100 plus cord through it before i used it :)

    Jason
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