Started by glenn kangiser, January 30, 2005, 10:24:03 PM
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Quote from: glenn kangiser on November 19, 2008, 11:34:43 PMThanks, Curtis. Some day when you are old and crazy this could be you.... Yes Don. They call it Bull Pine commonly around here. They grow every way but straight. This was from about a reasonably straight 16 foot section 20 inch or so dia log.. It had been down a year or so and had a bit of poor wood in it, but very colorful.
Quote from: glenn kangiser on November 20, 2008, 10:17:44 PMOur old Round Oak stove is very efficient with under fire- mid fire and over fire air. It starts easy and if you use dry bull pine cut small it will just about jump out of the cabin by itself. It will heat it up in a very short time. I havent cut any for starter wood though - I need to get some cut but it really builds creosote in the pipes as they exit underground. Anybody know any good uses for creosote granules?Keeping it cut small and burning hot keeps it to a minimum but sometimes I get a bit lazy.