Final point - its the wrong time of year really - get it cut in spring, leave it to season all summer.
Also, isn't over half of Sheffield designated smoke-free http://uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk/locations.php?la_id=229, so you could also get nicked for burning the wood, even if you obtained it legally?
Quote from: Stu Littlefair on October 27, 2008, 03:56:51 pmAlso, isn't over half of Sheffield designated smoke-free http://uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk/locations.php?la_id=229, so you could also get nicked for burning the wood, even if you obtained it legally?I've always wondered about this but assumed that everyone flouts the law on a grand scale. Most garages around here sell coal and logs, there's fuel merchants and chimney sweeps galore. I know a lot of people who have open fires who've never had any comeback.
Things are changing, the Magna Carta is being done away with by the Forestry Commission.
To start with throw your electric powered chainsaw on the fire and burn that first. Then get a decent small petrol powered chainsaw (my little stihl is great) and plenty of files to keep the chain sharp
What you need is to drive a really big truck in remote areas at night.....
Police officer "So why exactly have you got a big fuck off chainsaw in the back of you cab sir?"Bubba "Well I've got a real fire at home and I thought it might make economic sense to.....why are you twisting my arm?.....Ow!?"Police officer "Mind your head sir. You do not have to say anything etc etc..."
We are going to use our outside toilet as a wood store.
where can you buy seasoned wood?
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