The event we went to this past weekend found us sitting around a nice campfire chatting with friends in the evenings. One night, the lady, and her husband, sitting next to me said they were woodcarvers. We started talking about different woods. She mentioned that her father in Kansas cut and sold Osage Orange as FIREWOOD. I nearly had kinipshins when I heered that. But, apparently OO is so common around there that burning is just a way to get rid of it. Too far to economically haul back here but someone could sure make some bucks selling bowl blanks and bow staves. Then, to top it, my friend, who is the unofficial supplier of wood for the fire, said he was burning WALNUT. I had another kinipshins fit over that. This isn't new to me as I know walnut is fairly common around here and lots of folks burn it. Still seems like a near crime to me.