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dodge guy

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Posted: 09/18/19 05:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I`m guessing around 400lbs? GUESSING!


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Try building smaller fires and sitting closer to them.

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sorry to disappoint but we will never know haha.

the pallet place across from my work put out bins of trimmings last night so I filled the bed with that instead.


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I have a small business that builds shipping crates.
I keep all the cut offs and store them in Rubbermaid totes.
4x4s, 2x6s 2x4s...that sort of thing. Kiln dried....no park can refuse, theoretically.
I usually burn 1.5 totes a night.
Easy to pack in the bed of a truck....and if I need more for longer stays I might throw one or 2 in the TT.
Each tote probably weighs 50 Lbs.

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^ this is exactly what we usually do (pallet place across from work puts them out) but it was slim pickings this week. they put some out Wednesday so I filled the truck with them. worked out well.

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