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Firewood storage

Anna with firewood

Managing firewood gets a little easier for us every year.

We moved our firewood chopping and storage to the back working porch where the ground is drier and the wood gets stored a bit closer to the wood stove.

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What is your seasonin GB time and rotation?
Comment by Jim Sat Dec 5 07:43:43 2015
Jim --- We always aim for a year of seasoning, but never make it. I think six months for the earliest used wood of the year is more likely. Sometimes, that means the wood is still pretty damp when we burn it, but this tulip-tree dried fast (and burns pretty fast too).
Comment by anna Sat Dec 5 10:34:28 2015

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