Save your Ash

Discussion in 'Campfires and Firewood' started by Hoosier Daddy, Oct 18, 2014.

  1. hotrodcamper

    hotrodcamper Member

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    At work we're required to only use heat treated lumber in our crating. We're audited several times a year to make sure we have no lumber that doesn't have a "HT" stamp and traceable number. We're not supposed to even ship any lumber that has any bark left on it,that could possibly house any insects. This is what I take camping.
     
  2. roybraddy

    roybraddy Well-Known Member

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    The high country in the Smoky Mtns near Gatlinburg just makes you want to cry. Trees are dying as far as you can see up on top...

    Roy Ken
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  3. Dback2k4

    Dback2k4 Active Member

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    What irks me are the local parks making a killing off selling firewood. For amicable reasons there are bans and signs on the transporting firewood, but the park still wants $6 for a bundle of logs that wouldn't even fill a 5-gallon bucket. SMH...
     
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  4. MNTCamper

    MNTCamper Active Member

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    The firewood is $9 at the CA state parks around Tahoe. This in an area where there are some many trees and so much firewood it is crazy. We bring in only treated pallet or sticker wood. Works great as much of this is hardwood.
     

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