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Light it up!
Wow I like cold weather but that's a little too cold!
This is how winter works in the south lol
Doesn't look like any cherry I've ever cut
In this order
No Osage or black locust around me to get
I burned some 1.5 year old white oak this year that was around 20% and it burned good but I'm in Mississippi though. As others have said red...
Tree of heaven
Ah the smell of bourbon barrels
X2. It ain't water oak either. Got plenty of them on my place
I still use the old pine every so often. Have a ton of it but these super cedars have made me lazy:)
I don't think so. You can get them from super cedar or from here and I know one other forum
I approve this message. 36 pack will build 144 fires with no kindling needed
There is a noticeable red tint on pic 4
Red oak variety, probably willow oak
Anything with rays is great
Love mine. Had it 2 years and split probably 10 cords. Works great for the majority of woods I burn.
Luckily my wife is easily pleased
Splits better, smells better, burns a little better. Jmho though. Nothing against hack though
Cherry hands down
Hey it could be worse. I haven't seen anything but a dusting of snow in 2 years:(
Oh well maybe next year. We get a good one or two every couple years
You won't regret it. I was skeptical at first because a lot of folks around us just do the fireplace thing, mainly for look. Well I wanted...
What about yourself?
Wood 24/7 if needed in the England 13nc. It's my only source at he moment. The central quit last year and If I can keep the wife warm I don't plan...
Central ms. Between Jackson and meridian
pignut to be exact. You up around the Corinth area?
That's hickory my fellow Mississippian