The cold sure makes the wood split easier. We used to throw the wet birch aside until a cold spell. Same as the twisted spruce.
The cold can be accompanied by a brilliant day, blue skies and defined mountains. That’s today for you. They don’t come around often. It’s best to put your face towards the sun and count your lucky stars.
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I didn’t realise wood was easier to split in cold weather – that could be a useful tip. I haven’t had my fire lit more than twice this winter – I find it upsets my nose and chest quite a bit so I try not to do it often. It isn’t too cold in my house when it’s frosty but calm – it’s only when it’s windy it gets cold as it seems to come straight in. And that’s when the fire draws best so those are the nights I light it.
I too didn’t know that about wood ..Great shot Bob!
Thanks Julie! That tip about the wood probably won’t be that useful in New Zealand. It looks like the Frog Pond correspondent might be missing again. 🙂
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Yes and yes! Shame on that correspondent! She will have to get cracking 🙂