How dry is your wood this year compared to last year?
I drove by a "Molson Red" wood pile for many years on the way to our camp.
and beech, poplar, yellow birch, white/paper birch. Maple will be sugar and red. Knowing where your are there probably is a piece of...
Sometimes it is what they never post about having. Especially if they seem to have everything. Search them for something and see if you come up...
If your split loses 1/3 of its weight and is currently:
0% it started at 50%,
10% it started 65%,
20% it started at 80%.
Hi Southern Legacy Wood . No direct fired kiln experience.
Couple of questions/ideas though.
Since the drying rate varies by species, oak...
The wind blew and the trees moved. Game over.
I've never sold smokewood but I have on occasion supplied the local bbq/brewery with cherry. It was a good deal, so long as they were smoking...
Nope. No sorting/stacking by species.
My stacks are managed by the FSFB inventory system. First Stacked First Burnt.
I might hold a piece of...
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I’d say elm too.
Ain’t my all time best but it’s a good pile.
Looking at it makes me want to order up another load of logs.
If the oak is direct from the stump green it will be about 80%. The larch is probably going to have less moisture.
But if you find that the...
I was going to say yellow or river. At any rate birches got a bunch of different names locally. Bark kind of looks less like yellow to me but...
I suggest staying away from railroad ties. They are pretty nasty. Although if you can get your hands on some rails they are the...
It must have taken a long time to phase the front striker matchbooks out. I remember them and I was born after ‘62.
I also remember finding...
Paper book matches for the fire. Mapp gas for lighting the smoker
Bigger splits will last you longer also. I like putting in fewer bigger pieces at night. I’m happy if I can only fit three into my quad 4100i.
Judging by the size of the pile its a larger animal. Bear maybe?
And it should learn to chew its food better.
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