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Old 11-07-2014, 07:57 PM   #11
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I don't have one of those but I do have 21 cords of hardwood stacked to keep my house warm for the next three to 4 years! Yes firewood does warm you more than once and my back hurts every time I think of getting out the splitter lol
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Old 11-07-2014, 11:42 PM   #12
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In NY state it is illegal to take firewood across county lines. I am not sure why.
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Old 11-10-2014, 04:23 AM   #13
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Firewood anyone?

When we camp with a group, each person brings enough for a few fires. We have one going all weekend. Click image for larger version

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In NY state it is illegal to take firewood across county lines. I am not sure why.
Isn't everything illegal in NY? We were entering the Big Park in upstate NY and stopped just outside the boundary at a small lot where they were carving wood bears etc. We bought a bear and also talked to him about firewood. He told us to take what we wanted from his scrap pile outback. Just told us to cover it in the back of our truck since it was illegal to transport it the distance to the campground we were heading to.

My advice is to be creative and discrete.
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Isn't everything illegal in NY? We were entering the Big Park in upstate NY and stopped just outside the boundary at a small lot where they were carving wood bears etc. We bought a bear and also talked to him about firewood. He told us to take what we wanted from his scrap pile outback. Just told us to cover it in the back of our truck since it was illegal to transport it the distance to the campground we were heading to.

My advice is to be creative and discrete.
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