I think it’s spelled “ouch”
Either spelling is acceptable
This looks interesting! Could you please start another solar kiln thread and tell us about your results/set up?
I sharpen pretty much all my knives on it now. Axes and hatchets too. I use an all American sharpener/angle grinder for my mower blades.
Have the same one here and like it quite a bit.
Eh a couple thousand pounds here or there with trees is a drop in a bucket.
I dress em in flannel like any good lumberjack should. :wacky:
Sweetgum is kinda lighter. My best guess without being there to measure each log (basically a quick armchair guesstimate) would be somewhere in...
Good idea report back here when you have some results to report;)
I think he was referring to the sound they made when he hit them. A crack sound like good dry firewood makes when you smack two splits together.
Gone but never forgotten brother! Happy Anniversary!
Dennis they do get affected by the Entomophaga maimaiga fungus. They also get a virus called NPV. Both fungus and virus typically significantly...
Been reading/hearing they are quitting already because of high fuel prices.
I’m so glad I got rid of the pee juice on my 2500. All of these...
But I thought red oak was the “king of firewood”:binoculars::sherlock::loco: :crazy:
Seriously though that’s a nice stack of primo btus
What you want Jeff is a Stimson marine bow roof shed. They can be built pretty cheap with 1x4 strapping:
The Bow Roof Shed by Stimson Marine...
T.Jeff Veal you want a bigshot or APTA for pull line installation. I can easily and accurately hit about 75 feet. Higher with a little more effort.
The answer to your questions are in the thread in Tim’s post #32.
The short answer is your suppositions are incorrect. This style kiln has...
He said weep holes in the bottom plastic like the Uncle Auggie kiln. Moisture condenses on the walls then runs down to the bottom and forever out...
Hear hear!!! As I recall he was already ornery from all the chit he took on the darth side.
Yep Wild Hackberry (Celtis larvigata) aka sugar berry. Really tough trouble free trees.