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7 hours ago, Tim Frazier said:

Finishing up an ash tree I should have cut last year.  Sucker was surrounded by multiflora and in a wet area.  Had to wait till it dried up enough to get the brush hog in.  I was worried it had been dead too long but the wood looks fine.  Not the greatest wood to burn but the rest of what I have is sugar maple and red/pin oak.

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It's dry, split, and free. Looks good to me!!

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OldSarge

82 and muggy / buggy in the western Yoop. Horrible bird hunting weather but doing it anyway. Running the AC right now. I do have a bunch of wood ready for the inevitable cold weather though. 

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Big Pine
21 hours ago, Tim Frazier said:

Finishing up an ash tree I should have cut last year.  Sucker was surrounded by multiflora and in a wet area.  Had to wait till it dried up enough to get the brush hog in.  I was worried it had been dead too long but the wood looks fine.  Not the greatest wood to burn but the rest of what I have is sugar maple and red/pin oak.

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"But ash wet or ash dry
a king shall warm his slippers by."

 

I'm renting a place in town now, but I'll have a woodstove again before too long.  There's nothing like a chair by the fire on a cool, rainy fall day.

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