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  1. coog

    Can anyone identify this firewood??

    If you're allergic to P.I, that'll be the most expensive 'free' wood you'll ever get. I'd leave it be.
  2. coog

    Another Tree ID

    Rays look like White Oak.
  3. coog

    Scored some oak

    It's Silver Maple. Not as good a score as the Oak.
  4. coog

    Shopping for new stove

    The 600 Firelight has the right side door. The 118 has a front loading door. How long do you cut your stovewood?
  5. coog

    Shopping for new stove

    Harry I would second the Jotul 118 suggestion. It will handle 24" logs, is attractive and easy to use. They are not hard to find used.
  6. coog

    Shopping for new stove

    My understanding is that ever since the 'new' EPA requirements, Jotul has used re-burn tubes that make the top loader configuration not possible. I have had many of the before and after models.
  7. coog

    Shopping for new stove

    The Jotul 600 has the door on the right side. The Oslo is on the left. I have both and am happy with both.
  8. coog

    My firewood tools

    I wonder why there is no commercial equivalent. Great job.
  9. coog

    if i only knew then..........

    Timber stand improvement is what you're talking about. Absolutely the right approach. I just wish I had your problem!
  10. coog

    if i only knew then..........

    I would cut an arm off before I'd cut a healthy Bur Oak down, especially in the cause of deer management. I've planted 200 in the past year and will do the same this year. Deer candy. You will find no acorns under a Bur Oak here in KS, just a well-worn circle path under the tree.
  11. coog

    Helping an old friend out

    I got for Kevin as the finest photojournalist/sawyer among us. Great work!
  12. coog

    Helping an old friend out

    Got a few of those myself. Lots of open cabs w/w 'grew' hard cabs after the war. I'm a big believer in winches; takes a lot of the excitement out of dropping trees.
  13. coog

    Helping an old friend out

    I thought maybe your WC had a winch...
  14. coog

    Helping an old friend out

    Great pictures. What winch were you using?
  15. coog

    Stihl 041 AV mated to a Lewis Winch

    I can only say that I have an older Lewis winch mounted to my 041 in the manner that you described. It's a beast, though, long and heavy.
  16. coog

    Dead Locust

    Black Locust around here are nearly thornless. Many are dying from some sort of borer.
  17. coog

    Dead Locust

    I'm pretty sure it was a dose of Pathways II herbicide, since I was the guy who sprayed them. They have some wild life value, but too dangerous to live around. Tractor tires are expensive, hands and feet are not replaceable.
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