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    Free Logs

    Couple free logs. Well really not free. New power line coming through the area and these were on the back side of the farm. Red Oak and Ash. Time to drag them out and coat the ends. The rest will go in the wood stove to keep the shop warm.



    They are dropping a lot of nice trees, some real good White Oaks. Those are on the neighbors. Done been told those are for the stove.

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    The best wood is free wood.
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    Yep, but I wasn't there probably 3 minutes, to take a cell phone pic. Already picked to ticks off. Mean little buggers.

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    you ought to grab what ever you can get on them logs and turn it into lumber for the next project steve,, and how big are the white oaks? maybe you could trade fire wood for one of them to get some nice gtr sawn white oak
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    Working on it Larry. Going to get what ever I can. If I need to I can always drop one in the woods.

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