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- Jan 16, 2010
For me, I used to get a face cord and that would last me at least a year. Now we put in a wood stove so I we’re buying more like 10 face cords. For the smoker I store the wood in a wood rick covered with a tarp. My garage too limited to store wood. The wood really isn’t much effort..
I’ve definitely considered trying this out, it really sounds like the epitome of American BBQ. I know so little about it but it has my interest. One thing I’ve pondered is how big of a side hobby does firewood need to be? Do most people just buy dried hardwood firewood and keep a certain amount on hand in their garage, or are we talking about seasoning cords of wood at a time in order to make it a sustainable hobby? Obviously for most working people this would be a weekend hobby at best, but I’ve wondered what the hidden effort of firewood is. Certainly for some it’s a labor of love, i’m sure. Thanks for the suggestion, I’ll consider it.