Its cheaper to chop your own firewood. And it gives you a sense of accomplishment.
True...but those dodos in EAB infested-states chop their own wood and then drag it HERE - - dragging the bugs with it. Same story with Asian longhorned beetle, sudden oak death, pine shoot beetle, 1,000 cankers of walnut, mountain pine beetle, etc. Even gyspy oth - which just joy rides along with anything that was left outside, include firewood, furniture, campers, yadda, yadda. All are bad bugs/diseases that move with firewood.
That's why we say Buy (Chop) Local, Burn Local.
Passed a Jeep from Washington state last week, northbound in I35 by Ames. -Two guys that appeared to be wandering around the country. Along with the bikes strapped on the back was a pile of firewood. Oy Ve.
"It's a jungle out there kiddies. Have a very fruitful day.
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