So I was doing the usual, calling uncles to see if the had any wood lying around I could cut for stacking and one of them had an interesting offer, which I took him up on. He had some old hedge fenceposts that were piled up out in a pasture that he wanted to get rid of. I don't know how old they are, when they were cut, how long they were actually used as fence posts or how long they had been stacked up in the pasture, but I took them anyway. I cut them up in 16-18" lengths and stacked them on my rack at home. I've burned plenty of hedge before but it was pretty wet, which was nice due to control the heat output. I'm worried because 1) hedge burns hot as s... and 2) this stuff is hard as a brick, heavy as heck, practically petrified, so I'm thinking it could get out of hand quick, if I'm not careful. I have a small Century CW2500 insert. I tried to get some semi wet wood also, that I could put in with a piece of hedge, to try and tame it down. I'm not sure what else to do to try and cut back on the heat output, if it burns too hot. Sparks are my #3 worry... Any thoughts? Thanks!