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Discussion in 'Our Firewood Forum' started by P.M.P., Jan 3, 2016.

  1. dahmer

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    I actually like those uglies, lots of heat and long burn times because of how dense the grain is.
     
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    Same here. Something satisfying about picking up a piece you remember being a *b-word to split too, and then burning it.
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    RI Chevy Just a Tya kickah

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    Very true. Even more when you took 40 whacks to split it. Lol
     
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    Slackers! :rolleyes:

    I noodle big knots down in size so they fit my cast iron fireplace. :cool:

    Knotty oak makes for long lasting heat and a heap of embers.
    I've been missing that having burned beech this last winter.
    The only benefit I see burning beech is a super clean chimney, never had to not have to clean my chimney during a winter season before. :eek:

    If I am going to pay full price for a firewood logs load I damn sure want oak, or to be precise turkey oak.
    Anything else I'll take for a reduced price.
     
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    Any chance for a mini GTG.
    A couple guys with saws and maybe a splitter or two could take care of those loads while You secure drinks and a barbecue? o_O

    I all too often end up bucking other peoples firewood logs for much less than that. :confused:
    That will have to change though, even if it means less trigger time for me.
    It is just a whole lot of work and time spent on others while I do my own work on my own.
     
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    Stevetheboatguy mountain dew and ibuprofen please

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    Always a possibility. I've been nibbling away at it. Not too concerned about it. I'll get it done before winter gets here.

    Edit: I should add, I'll probably call the Calvary in if I don't get it done by early/mid August. Not in a panic yet.


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    Trailer load of pecan:

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    I remember this thread.

    We have been cutting a little on the weekends.

    Got rained out this past weekend....looking forward to next.

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    Musta been using Stihls. I see real wood that is round cut down and cut up...
     
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    034S, 044, and MS661
     
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    Most likely. Most of my pecan customers use it for smoking. I sell it to whomever for whatever though. I personally do not have a smoker; but I will use a little in the firepit to roast some hotdogs and smores :)
     
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    I like your level of responsibility in this process.
     
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    Superviser. Lol
     
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    I've been in that position my entire life somehow.
     
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    Nothing really wrong with that, Boss.
     
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    I cut all year long. Got 10 acres to deforest in Benton Harbor for a girl so her horsey can have more room, if u are bored and need sum wood. We just have to give the girl sum w00d too. Yeah she heats with it too = P
     
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