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+7. The leaves make it a piece of cake ID.
Get corded tools. All the basics. Use portable where needed (drills). Very expensive.
10" sliding compound miter will do 90% of what you need. Its...
2nd BW. Mediocre wood. Lots of ash.
Very creative. Love the locust log too!
Just did my own research and found out that Sweet Gum is in south Jersey. I've never seen it being in north central.
I didn't know there was sweet gum in NJ. What part of NJ are you in?
Some kind of pine.
Can you paint? If you have the skills to be fast and neat, you should be able to start a business and make a living. Advertise on Home advisor or...
Nice for starting the fire. Just mix it in with your hardwoods.
If it is maple it is Norway
Particle board too!
How convenient to leave out the staples and nails in the "clean wood" load.
Very nice. You do things right.
Get more of the heavy barked yellowish green wood (Black Locust). The orange stuff may be mulberry. Also good stuff.
Good for you! Are we going to see new pictures?
$75 is a gift.
The free ones always leave some crap with the good stuff.
If its not too late call servicesales.com for any parts for that stove
I think I agree!
I'm in NJ too. I would by an older 30+ year old deere. maybe 318 in great condition. I would expect to do some repairs occasionally. I however I...
I think hardwood rounds would just take decades to season depending on the species.
Need better, more pics. My guess would be maple of some sort.
My first guess was apple, but you guys sound convinced.
Probably the least thing that could go wrong, out in the woods cutting firewood.
Looks like 6-7 cords to me. Looks like great stuff. Split red oak real small. Like wrist size. It takes forever to season. Nice load!
Beech, then Beech then Beech. In that order
Pine will burn ok if you season it correctly. Ask the guys in the west, they primarily burn pine. Its not worth it in the north east with all the...
If I ever heat with wood again, I will get enough IBC cages to do the job right. Much less monkey motion moving wood around. Need a tractor with a...
Bark looks like oak but not the wood.
Pure guess without knowing the size of the truck box and length of the logs. I'd say 2 cords per load.