TPP wrote: Ya can have a couple of trees, 1 rule you take the whole tree SLASH 1st.
Thought this weekend I could call "Firewood season completed, But 1 more weekend, and I'm done.
I'm willing to help ya with your load, moving slash & logs down the hill, to your truck or whatever, same rules apply.
LMK, if ya need fire wood...
I have all kinds of Pine logs, cut this year in stacks all over the 85 acre parcel I have been working for 6 years and all over another one I am now working off Kennedy Gulch. The 85 acre parcel is up above the Our Lady of the Pines Catholic Church off EagleCliff Trail.
Easy access come and get it for next year's or the following year's firewood. Most people who sell firewood have just mitigated their property and split the wood, selling it for firewood. The firewood I deliver is dry and seasoned, but I always have green logs for sale to those who are smart enough to buy it at this price in this fashion.
The length of the logs is usually based on the diameter of the logs, in other words, if it is too heavy to lift, it is cut smaller. I can personally cut all logs to fit any trailer or truck bed size to avoid long overhang, but usually the logs are 8' and shorter. We have a huge supply because of thinning and clearing operations we are doing.