Thanksgiving Day Hickory

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by TimJ, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. TimJ

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    The gift that will keep on giving and giving. I got some extra help yesterday from my BIL.
    We got going about 10:00 am and stopped at 2;00pm
    I made the row a little longer yesterday.........this one is all hickory
     

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    That is a massive wall of super BTUs! Well done and looked like you had a fine day for it too.
     
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    Wow! Nice job, either you worked off all that you ate or worked up an incredible appetite for Thanksgiving dinner!
     
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    The turkey never stood a chance, nice work TimJ, I bet you ate well after that.

    zap
     
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    Awesome looking stack ;)
    Hickory is the perfect firewood (IMO) . Gazillions of BTU there.

    Feels good to look at , eh?
     
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    oh man. that's a beautiful thing TJ. single rows too! hickory is some sick firewood. i burned a FEW LOGS the other night while finishing up my shoulder season white pine and the temp in the house went up 6 freakin degrees. and it wasn't a warm night either....low 20's. and...there were coals in the stove 8 hours later, if i had to choose one firewood it would probably be hickory.

    or honey locust
    or white oak
    or osage
     
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    Beautiful stack of hick - getcha a 50 gal barbecue and some hogs, and you're in buisness
     
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    You'd better think about top covering those little stacks,because hickory rots quick.
     
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    WOW.How many cords in that long stack?
     
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    Thistle, I don't take the time to measure how much, but I do know it is about 75 foot long and 4 foot high with 20" long splits.........with alot more to go.
    I have a oak row that is 150 feet long with alot more to go. This stuff is all out in the open in a 5 acre field. I am starting to feel a little like Pallet Pete in that someone is going to pull in and take them some.
     
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    Check out the cord calculator at the top of the page that will give you an idea of how much wood is in those little stacks.
     
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    OLA, I know it's enough that I won't run out
     
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    You'll run out long before I,ya see I got a Blaze King,heats like a bear eats like a mouse.
     
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    Very Nice!!
     
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    That is just freakin' awesome! Hickory kicks ass....that is a beautiful sight....well done my friend!
     
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    THAT is a nice looking stack.
    Hickory is one wood I dont think I have....
    think someone can post a pic with the bark on?
     

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