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    Firewood

    The 2 young men that have been selling us Firewood for the last 2 years are not doing it again this year. Too busy at work so I can not complain.
    Before we get to late into the season I need to find another reliable source. Ingo I need your help here. If you know of a good source for seasoned/split wood hit me up.

    Thanks

    Edit.....I am Indy west side.
    Last edited by churchmouse; 07-30-2019 at 20:45.
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    Did you ask your guys for their recommendation?
    Usually guys in the business, know other guys in the business.
    Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultra...good View Post
    Did you ask your guys for their recommendation?
    Usually guys in the business, know other guys in the business.
    Just a thought.
    They were doing this off their dads property for extra funds. I asked. They do not.
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    There's a guy I used to get firewood from that is in your area.
    I'll see if I can find his number.

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    I'm in the same boat. Usually get my own to cut/split/stack, but won't be able to this year. Need about a cord to top off the shed.
    Ryan "ElDirector"


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    Quote Originally Posted by eldirector View Post
    I'm in the same boat. Usually get my own to cut/split/stack, but won't be able to this year. Need about a cord to top off the shed.
    We have enough to get well into the winter but I do not want to be scrambling for the good seasoned stuff late in October.

    2 Rics will fill our needs. There is a guy up on Lafayette Rd but he wants $100 a ric.....
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    Got a guy up here. $70 a truck load. Quite the drive though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by churchmouse View Post
    We have enough to get well into the winter but I do not want to be scrambling for the good seasoned stuff late in October.

    2 Rics will fill our needs. There is a guy up on Lafayette Rd but he wants $100 a ric.....
    Daang...I'm in the wrong business!

    The feed barn up north of Brownsburg has been my "just one more ric" go-to for years. I think they they are $65 / ric if you pick up. Always been good, reasonably dry hardwood. But, I know I can get a ric delivered for less when I find the right person.

    We have about 2.5 cord left in the shed. But, if we have another cold winter, we will blow through it. I try to keep 2 years worth on hand... just in case.
    Ryan "ElDirector"


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    Quote Originally Posted by eldirector View Post
    Daang...I'm in the wrong business!

    The feed barn up north of Brownsburg has been my "just one more ric" go-to for years. I think they they are $65 / ric if you pick up. Always been good, reasonably dry hardwood. But, I know I can get a ric delivered for less when I find the right person.

    We have about 2.5 cord left in the shed. But, if we have another cold winter, we will blow through it. I try to keep 2 years worth on hand... just in case.
    I am out your way every Thursday night with the 12 year Old G-daughter. She has a Tutored art class south of B-Burg At 5:00. There is a horse farm out there they use the Tack store. Pretty neat place. I may check into that.

    Yes. $100 a ric or what he calls a level load in a 6' pick up bed. That is right at a Ric. But guy is off his tune up.
    W have right at a chord in the storage area. But like you I want to be secure.
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    A level load in a 6' bed is not a rick. An 8' level, or slightly above, bed is a rick. Depends on how tightly it is thrown into the bed.

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