Topic: Re: pulls easy on snow
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cherry was the hot wood this year, this is all blow down stuff on the neighbor, turns into firewood when i get home, got one huge redoak tree that was beside the cherry that took 7 pulls to get it all..and yea im in central ohio, we had over a foot of snow on the ground..
Re: pulls easy on snow in reply to ohiojim, 01-06-2013 15:46:09
I am in Central Ohio also...
Wild Cherry is good wood, also Beech, Ash, White Oak and Locust...
Be careful with that RED-OAK....Hottest burning wood I've ever seen..can turn a wood stove RED real easy...
I only use it for kindling ....
Oh, Yea...Pin-Oak is GREAT for making kindling..
Split enough of that, too..(by Hand)..
I got the Boy a 6lb Maul last year...he says it works real good..!!
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