Suggestion to the Wood Shed forum

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by d.n.f., Apr 22, 2009.

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  1. CowboyAndy

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    wow, who knew this would turn into a battle of east vs west!


    east is better anyways.
     
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    I'll 2nd that! Pine tars horrible to deal with!
     
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    oh no, dont mistake me. i burn pine, and im proud of it. but east is better than west because we have the CHOICE of burning it. ;)
     
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    well, I am in the midwest and this is a tennis match!
     
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    HAHA You are the net!!!
     
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    During my Navy career, sometimes I felt like the ball. ;-P Rick
     
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    But you saw the light (ok the rain) and moved to Oregon. lol

    Nice area btw.


    Hoser. Haven't heard that in awhile. Thought it went out with Honky.
     
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    I'm just to the east of the Cascades...Oregon's "dry side". High desert, little rain. Strange Brew...one of my favorite movies. Rick
     
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    Welcome to the U S of A.....Now go home :down: And take your stinkin' over-flammable , pitch infested, chimney fire n' , Pine back with ya' %-P That stuffs dangerous you know. :coolsmile:
     
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    ...just say'en. They'll be no burning of any Pine in this house. EVER!

    Just too sappy around here, great camp wood though. Yeah I know the pioneers and everyone up to the present has burned mountain pine to survive. God bless 'em. At this 10 digit grid it's all about me and there's no indoor burning of any Pine.
     
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    MORE FOR ME!!!
     
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    I would burn pine... but alas.. here in the middle, I have none. just acres and acres of hardwoods... split and stacked a cord of cherry this morning..
     
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