Hey guys, I have been using wood chips and very small chunks bought through retailers thus far. A friend cut down some alder trees so I snagged about 8 pieces, each about 2 feet long and 8-10" diameter. What's the best way to season this wood? My idea was to take a chain saw and cut it i to 2-3" thick disks, then take an axe to those and break them up into smaller fist size pieces. I've got a few places I could store them while they season. I have a shed I could throw them in, my front porch is fairly well covered, or I could throw them inside in an empty storage closet. Which would be best? My thought was maybe inside the closet as it would be heated. Any opinions on the best way to season it, and how long it would take?
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1/14/15 at 6:45pm