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12 hours ago, spuddog0507 said:

There is a massive one in Halifax on Gordon street 😂😂😂

Be all unseasoned though 😂

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On 14/09/2021 at 16:22, Gav73 said:


Well that’s clear as mud.

It’s not a tip site, but it is a tip site.
It’s a wood yard, but it’s not a firewood yard.
It’s a lumber yard, but it’s not a lumber yard.

I think this is one of those riddles.

The answer to how much firewood is there is the trick.

It’s either none as the wood is taken away to turn into firewood elsewhere or it’s the amount they can fit into the firebox of their log burner!

I'm not 100% clear on context of what you guys over the pond use the term tip site, Whether that means a place for public use that is designated for that purpose, or if it just simply means a site to tip, no details. Either way it is some sort of tip site, but I know it as is their private place of business that they use for their own firewood and for people to pick up firewood so even if the wood is sitting there doing nothing, its still for firewood. They use it, I get some from there and others come for some, once again, intended purpose. No trick, no need to overthink and riddle own yourself

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On 15/09/2021 at 02:54, Stere said:

Counter intuative i though wet wood would go mouldy faster.....

It will go moldy if it doesnt have air to dry. If pulled out of water after submerging, it will get kiln dried or air dried, depending on local climate, I'm guessing

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