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Discussion in 'Off the Topic Forum' started by KD57, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. stihlaficionado

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    Silkens is good stuff. We put our deck through lots of abuse, best to not wait until the coat shows signs of wear.

    TWP is also top notch, but expensive.
     
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    Don't make the cat mad
     
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    second or 3rd on the sikkens? used on expensive decks too
     
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    I had two puppy dogs over my life time, the first was a terrier part yorkie, and lived a long life of 17 years, the second one was a minature schnauser thorobred, and lived for 9 years and died from cancer which was so sad. Anyhow, they were both Super Smart and I did spend alot of time with them so within a year or two of getting the puppies, they actually learned to read my mind, but I am not sure who was in training them or me. LOL.
     
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    Good morning Todd. Good day today. Got a lot accomplished. Now it's :cheers: time. Hope your day goes well and stay safe.:givebeer:
     
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    you bet Ray.:cheers: here's one for you and the rest of the crew. guess the wood ? probably grows in most of the country but most people don't think of it as firewood. i got a little in the load i bought yesterday. @chipper1 this is the ultimate snob wood.
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Thanks Ray good evening my friend
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Nice wood there Steve good evening my friend :cheers:
     
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    Good evening Steve. :cheers:backatcha. Is that pecan? :givebeer:
     
  10. farmer steve

    farmer steve outstanding in my field, 5150

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    nope. only have 1 pecan tree and all i get to burn are the twigs that fall down. i don't remember ever seeing anyone posting this wood.
     
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    Sounds like good sleeping weather!!
     
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    I think dogwood also. It burns good!!!
     
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    :rolleyes::numberone:
     
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    My mom always ask if I could find her a dead one to burn along with some bodock.
     
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    Good evening everyone!
    Looks like it got up to 44° here at the compound.
     
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    The bark almost looks like something in the pine family. But the wood nothing like ito_O. Come on folks put your guesses in. We can act like the weather guessers :laughing:.:givebeer:
     
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