What Is In Your Stove Right Now?

MMH

Member
Jan 21, 2019
68
NV
Had lows of single digits the other night and had some odd shaped pieces of mahogany so I threw them in 2 decent size pieces 2 branch’s, woke up to stove top of 400 still..eager to see if I stuff it full!
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Diabel

Minister of Fire
Jan 11, 2008
2,505
Ottawa, ON
Still working through hemlock. Slowly starting to see the hard maple row in the wood shed. It’s 26 out there today and the hemlock is doing surprisingly ok. The stove at the lake (BK) gets fed anything pretty much, cedar, hemlock, basswood, white birch....that thing is not fussy.
 

thewoodlands

Minister of Fire
Aug 25, 2009
12,606
Foothills of The Adirondacks
NOAA has us heading to a low of 8 tonight, it's 11.5 at 10:18. The Liberty has cherry,maple and three nice size splits of yellow birch going with the pellet stove going in the other corner of the basement.
 

Gearhead660

Member
Dec 20, 2018
155
WI
Full load of walnut. Not to cold tonight but quite windy.
 

Grizzerbear

Feeling the Heat
Feb 12, 2019
359
SW Missoura
A primer load of 2 sticks of post oak. Got home late and didnt want to fill it up....would have messed up my overnight.
 

Fi-Q

Feeling the Heat
Mar 5, 2009
276
Bonaventure, Quebec
It’s 21.9 with high wind. Filles the stove with tamarack and went to bed. Tamarack is what I burn 99% of the time. I have tons of it on my land and there is a desease in them a lot are dying.
 
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heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,556
Kirtland Ohio
Temps haven't been to bad but the wind has made it seem colder the last couple of days. I have a mix of locust and ash in the stoves to keep the chill away.
 
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BigJ273

Burning Hunk
Feb 15, 2015
126
Maryland
Oddly enough, I’ve been burning loads of willow due to the mild temps for daytime burns. Oak loads at night tho. I had big reservations about the willow, but it’s been doing the job. Don’t get me wrong, it’s super light and I have to reload about every 2-3 hours, but it’s crap wood I need to burn. Been drying for a few years now so it doesn’t have much life left to it. It’s not been as bad as I thought tho. And it’s letting me save my harder stuff for Jan-March.