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Re: wild cherry wood


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Posted by Cape Cod on March 17, 2012 at 11:07:01:

In Reply to: Re: wild cherry wood posted by kcmike on March 13, 2012 at 01:24:18:

I like mixing it with apple, and I agree with the color, but I have gotten away from using it for one big reason: Smell. I won't even burn it in my fireplace because the smell of the coals and ashes the next day is horrible! I mean like the one time you woke up while camping and the whole campsite had that bad burnt smell of beer and far too much partying and who put what thing in the fire last night to make this place smell THIS bad? Those kind of memories. I hate cleaning up that smell.

Maybe seasoning the wood is the key, but the trees around here make me look to buying Pecan instead of the cherry that grows wild around here.


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