I'm not saying I'm right, I just googled it and that was the first one. I got a load of it this Spring so I'll see how it burns. Seems to rot fast though.I've seen different #s for the same wood on different charts, but the Firewood Hoarders Club chart I'm looking at lists Bradford Pear at 21.6, the same as White Ash and Apple.
Smoking a turkey on the Weber tomorrow for my Brother and me on Thursday. Sit by the fire pit of Thanksgiving and have a little some thing something.No wood today . Fried a Turkey to bring to my mom tomorow along with all the fixings. She decided to sit this year out not go to my sister's or here. Low key at my place just me and the misses. Have a covid test scheduled for Friday morning because I'm having surgery on my hand next Wednesday.
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A buddy of mine also had a trail saw. During a trip in Canada he pulled it out at camp one evening declaring that he wasn't afraid of bears. He then proceeded to pull and pull and pull and couldn't get it started much to everyone else's amusement. We told him that we weren't scared of bears either now since he would be over there distracting them trying to start his saw while the rest of us got away!My Uncle had one too and we both had trouble starting them.
That one wasn't too big, maybe 11/2 cord. I took another one out today after my BIL left his deer stand and got out of there so he could sit again this evening. If the weather stays mild I'll keep on wackin'-n'-stackin', as Uncle Ted would say.Most of mine are massive like that. I got two beech trees from a neighbor in May. I won’t burn them until next year.