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Re: Doing Firewood

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09-27-2013 20:09:40

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Would have been a funny find if you would have just burned the wood and find a horse shoe in the ashes. chris

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dr sportster

09-28-2013 17:10:51

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 Re: Doing Firewood in reply to matthies, 09-27-2013 20:09:40  
I probably would have been saying alright what idiot put the horseshoe in the fire ,I don't think I would have figured that one out.

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Dr. Walt

09-29-2013 23:31:05

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 Re: Doing Firewood in reply to dr sportster, 09-28-2013 17:10:51  
Would have been stranger yet to have found the hoof of the horse still attached to the shoe. ???

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Billy NY

09-28-2013 04:46:43

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 Re: Doing Firewood in reply to matthies, 09-27-2013 20:09:40  
I have done exactly that. A large maple that was along our old driveway, where our old house and barns were, had a horseshoe in a limb that I recall when I was a kid was well embedded, you could see it but it was recessed all the way in. Fast forward to 2009, that tree had died, I remembered that limb when cutting it up, avoided it with the chainsaw. I am not sure if I recall that I knew it was in one particular piece of firewood, but one afternoon, I put a dense, crotch like piece in the stove, it burned a good 8 hours, there was a huge draft horse kind of shoe, glowing, I took some photos, somewhere in this pc now, now hangs near the stove. That limb grew quite a bit, you would have no way of knowing that shoe was in there. Big shoe, with the rear lugs, had to be for some sort of draft horse.

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