Originally Posted by ironmanerik
I grew up in the Adirondacks and burned a lot of firewood my dad always cut logs in march or April to use the next winter. He would leave them whole until late fall and they were dry perfect firewood. You should get a logspliter and go back for the big stuff, it sounds like thousands of $ worth of high quality smoking wood.
Problem is I only have a 16 chainsaw. I would love to go back and take care of the main trees. I would need to rent a logspliter to do that also. I dont do much cutting of late so fairly new on all this myself, so let me know of any techniques for the thick parts.
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