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Topic: 2005 firewood
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bob ny

09-27-2004 11:17:31
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cut down ,chunked up and started splittin a 60 ft. white oak that i ringed last fall when it started to lean over the deiveway. i used muscles that haven't been used in a while. i hope to get 3 cord out of it for ayear from now heating season i have enough for this year and well into next but it don't hoit to have some extra . plus who knows wehat shape i'll be in next fall looking at 72 yrs young

Willy-N

09-27-2004 13:03:33
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I buy my wood split from a 72 year old guy so he can offset his retirement and stay in shape. Not sure if I could do it at his age! I keep 2 years on hand never know how bad a winter might get or what the price or avaibilty of wood next season. Makes it a lot better for burning also. Mark H.

Ayuh...

09-27-2004 11:26:34
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Just picked up and split a butternut that I chunked up last winter when it came down...Maybe a cord from it with the main log still laying up the hill...Butternut is not the best firewood out there, but the price is right...

Looking to give the log to a friend...He may be able to use it as veneer for his custom cabinet making or maybe chunk it for carvers he knows...Hate to see it go to waste, but it is more than I want to split by hand...

Salmoneye,

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