Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by mainewoods, Feb 23, 2014.
This site is getting annoyingly damn slow, the other site is at least 5 times faster.
Mike , polly just running an Amazoil powered server , now if they were on a Spruce powered server , a 58.3% gain lol
Slow?!?! When I logged on I was still working, I now get Social Security and retirement checks at the end of the month.
Got the keys. Don't even have to go through the gate to get the first cherry log just park and cut from the side of the road. So much wood on the hill top I could prolly heat the house for years.
What other site?
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Can any of you tell me what tree this is from. Its lite burns hot and has a decent burn time. I'm used to the liter woods throwing good heat but not holding coals like this stuff does.
Looks like a windy one here. The current temp is the high. At least it will freeze up.
Grain side looks a lot like cherry that's almost to the punky stage.
And if it was locust or hickory powered you would be reading tomorrow's post today.
As liberal of a State that Maryland is, with many anti hunters, we did get a law passed forbidding the harrasment of hunters. No dirt bikes, horns, yelling, or dogs off your property. If the hunter happens to be hunting the fence line between the anti’s property, I guess they can do what they want on their side. But, if the hunter calls the police, they will come out and warn the people to leave the hunters alone. That usually pizzas the anti off enough the give up.
Our local pick and pull junkyard used to sell a rear axle with springs and tires for about $65. Cheap start for a home made trailer. If you found an old Caddy or Olds with heavier axle and bigger tires, they were all the same price.
Dang James, looks like a piece of Oak to me. Noodle a piece so we can see the grain.
Bark does look like a lot of the oaks we have around here.
+1 on the Oak as that was my first thought. one of the red varieties, not bur or white
Only wood I get around here with the pin grub holes is red oak and elm.
Boy, someone read my post, site is much faster today!
Maybe it is oak just seemed awful lite compared to other oak on the racks. Also has Spalting? Through some of it like the maples get. Whatever it burns well and keeps the house warm.
Grain says maple to me. I would guess sugar.
This is some 2 year old Red Oak out of my shed. In the shed it never gets light on it, so it never grays out.
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