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Old 21-10-2003, 02:34 PM
Kyle Tucker
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Default Free oak (fire/smoker wood) in NH

Hi all,
I've got a lot of cut oak; mostly red, some white; that
was dropped last year and needs to be split. I don't have
the time or equipment to do it. If I had to guess, there's
1.5 cords, perhaps more. I just hate to see it sit there
and rot. It's in coastal NH. Email if interested. Above
address needs spaces removed.

- Kyle

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