Why block your wood? When you can use your tractor!!

BoilerBob Posted By BoilerBob, Oct 8, 2013 at 7:07 AM

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  1. BoilerBob

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    LOL - Nothing surprises me anymore
    Save gas on chain saw and wood splitter, block 5ft long :eek: :eek: :eek: ;lol ;lol
     
  2. Frozen Canuck

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    Yep, no surprises there. Well except for no green leaves on the wood, must have just been cut. The next time someone gets upset about the rough ride OWB's get, someone needs to post links to a few dozen of these vids on "how I operate my OWB" from these oh so proud folks. On par with a brush pile fire. :mad: :(
     
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  3. firebroad

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    Holy MOLEY!
    Almost as bad as those who use their OWB as a trash incinerator.!!!
     
  4. kopeck

    kopeck
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    That's one big firebox!

    I'm also surprised the steel siding isn't a banged up. I don't care how careful you are, it's going to happen at some point...

    K
     
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  5. DBoon

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    Reminds me of this
     
  6. Fred61

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    He uses it for a guest house in the summer. It's larger than my first apartment. BTW, no smoking in the guest house.
     
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  7. chewy

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    Some people will just never understand the simplicity of an owb. During the winter when I'm burning wood at of upwards of 20% efficiency, I just sit back and laugh.

    It really is "free"!

    Erin
     
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