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Thread: need a cord of wood?

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    Default need a cord of wood?

    We've got a cord of wood for sale.
    90% is ash, about 10% poplar
    cut in 18 inch pieces
    $125
    U haul..easily accessable
    pm me if interested
    They say I have A.D.D. but they just don't understand. Oh Look! A chicken!

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    wood is NOT split.
    They say I have A.D.D. but they just don't understand. Oh Look! A chicken!

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    Default OK I think I got it...

    You basically said: U-Haul Ash
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    Wink you almost have it right.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    You basically said: U-Haul Ash
    U-haul easy piece of ash!
    Why not live life like it is your last day....instead of pretending to be a member of the Peter Pan Club and believing you will be around forever.

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    Default Ahhhhh....

    I sit corrected
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    But if the ash was pelletized I know someone who would be a taker - perhaps?

    BTW - asked a neighbor about pellets and he no longer buys the ones from E. Corinth - to much ash...........

    Seriously - If I burned wood I would be on this one. I love to split wood and remember paying a lot more several years ago.

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    Pelletized....now you just have to find a moose that will eat all that ash.....

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    I would like to buy pellets from a local place, but I heard negative things about the Corinth pellets, as well as jamming problems from the Dysarts ones. I burned 4 tons in 2 different stoves with the Pennington pellets from HD and had zero trouble. I know that different pellets work differently depending on the stove model, but I think I'll stick with that brand.

    (Sorry for jacking the thread away from cordwood, that is a good price on it. If I still burned stick wood, I'd be giving you a call.)

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    I have no issues with hijacking a thread, in this case informative AND funny...
    bonus!
    They say I have A.D.D. but they just don't understand. Oh Look! A chicken!

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    Quote Originally Posted by we3beans View Post
    I have no issues with hijacking a thread...
    My sentiments, exactly! And don't forget: Budweiser is BEECHWOOD aged, and in Germany, beer is stored in OAK casks.


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