I'm over in the Cle Elum/Roslyn area, and I think wood is higher over here, from what I've seen on Craigslist. It's particularly cheap on the Peninsula I noticed.Highbeam said:I'd wait too. On the wet side of our state I was paid less than 100$ per cord for chunks of log when bought 4.5 cords at a time.
Personally, I wouldn`t wait. Same as you, only softwood available around here. Prices are rising monthly. Don`t believe the crap that oil is gonna stay low. It will rise just as sure as Cane did./ Eg: bought my 2 year supply this spring for an average of $170 per cord (csd), now they are asking 190-210). Times are tough and gonna get tougher. Don`t forget, logging curtailment means not so much wood available. My 3 cents worth.WonderingWoman said:Thanks for the answers, I think I'll wait for now.
Never let the truth get in the way of capitalism. It is drier than when standing.JoeyJ said:What kills me...is this... people that advertise on Craig's List or other's that claim seasoned wood while it is still in log form. I think we know that log length wood cannot be considered seasoned. Logs are typically 16' long when delivered by a pulp truck... What happened to the truth in advertising?