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  1. #1
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    Default Wood again.............;}-

    I feel there is a need for a sticky on wood types with good pics. I started with Cherry, so anyone with other local types.....
    Good smoking and happy 4th,
    Stan aka Old School BBQ
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    Default

    That one doesn't have pics though. They could be added as the pics are available though I guess???
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    Default

    I just went looking for firewood identification pix and didn;t find any, but I did find this severely cool pic


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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    I just went looking for firewood identification pix and didn;t find any, but I did find this severely cool pic

    That is an incredible pic!!
    Kev
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    Ain't it?

    Anybody here got any cool firewood stacks like that?

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    Default

    Very cool.

    But someone had way too much time on their hands.
    Jim

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    Default thanks for the job.....

    I'll be on it A.S.A.P.


    Stan aka Old School BBQ
    My arsenal:
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    1-Brinkman SnP(no mods)
    1-NewBraunsfeld RedRiver(reversedflow)
    1-Old Sears Gasser
    1-Tejas2040CC(mods)
    1-Burn Barrel(modded with gas assist)
    -Lots of cast Iron-



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    That is too cool a pic!!!
    Tonto.

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