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Dirtboy

Dirtboy

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Upstate NY
Got a lot of these pines growing in my wood lot, every now and then one will blow down. I'm curious if its worth my time to C/S/S them for burning, or if I should just keep pushing them off to the side. I usually burn hardwoods as the EAB has providing me with plenty of ash. DSCN3660.JPG DSCN3661.JPG DSCN3663.JPG DSCN3663.JPG DSCN3661.JPG DSCN3660.JPG
 

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stumpy75

stumpy75

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Toledo, OH
I see all red pine there(Pinus resinosa). Not the best burning wood, but fine for shoulder seasons, or a fast relight on a cold morning.
 

al-k

cuten wood
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I come across a pine now and then and just mix it in to my oak. Try to spread it out in it.
 
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