- Mar 19, 2021
During a recent cold spell I dipped into a 3-4 year aged oak pile I had for my fire pit. It was mostly larger pieces, but there were enough smaller splits that were donated to my Dauntless. I must say, using that wood was the easiest fires I’ve ran in the Dauntless. I maybe adjusted the secondary air 3-4 times over the course of a 8 hour period. I didn’t measure the moisture of the wood, didn’t even cross my mind. Goes to show, quality wood makes life easier. My main wood supply was mostly a mix of year dried wood, unknown species. Fires burned well, but had to do more adjustments to get the desired results.