Wood ? Ever heard of Osage Orange?
I also have about a cord and a half already split in STL. I have been reading up on it and it is a cousin is mulberry which I used and liked. Been wanting to try it just dont have time while doing a home project. When it is dry sunny and warm the split wood has a pretty distint yellow orange hue... Anybody else seen heard used this wood? I do know it does some poppin while burning but not bad.
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