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    I don't know why but I love looking for the stuff.


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    You ought to see my collection. A buddy of mine used to call me "stump lighterd bandit" I will get one from anywhere. I've pulled them up with tractors, 4wheelers and trucks. I don't just cut the top out. I want the whole thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    You ought to see my collection. A buddy of mine used to call me "stump lighterd bandit" I will get one from anywhere. I've pulled them up with tractors, 4wheelers and trucks. I don't just cut the top out. I want the whole thing

    Yeah I wish I had a way to get these out. Was getting what I could with a machete.


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    I'm a hoarder of fine, quality lighter wood!
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    The best are whole logs that can be cut into 16" blocks...... Splits so pretty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibogue View Post
    The best are whole logs that can be cut into 16" blocks...... Splits so pretty!

    What's the best way to cut the really big pieces? I know I tried to cut a big step one time with a chainsaw and that didn't work out so well


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    Quote Originally Posted by b35w View Post
    What's the best way to cut the really big pieces? I know I tried to cut a big step one time with a chainsaw and that didn't work out so well


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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibogue View Post
    The best are whole logs that can be cut into 16" blocks...... Splits so pretty!
    I splintered some with a hatchet last night. My wife isn't the best at fire building in the fireplace when I am out of town and this makes it super easy for her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibogue View Post
    The best are whole logs that can be cut into 16" blocks...... Splits so pretty!
    Cut a 30ft tree of solid fat wood into 5ft sections this morning and delivered to the old man. He was mighty happy.
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    When I was a kid a lot of people used coal or wood for heat. I used to sell fat lighter all the time. I'd cut it into splinters and tie a bundle up with baling wire and sell it to stores. Sometimes I'd trade it at Mr. Dilly's store for shotgun shells. Mr. Dillashaw would give me 3 shells per bundle.
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    Just 18" of a 20' log we found behind the house. I bet there is 2-3 cords of fat lighter at granddaddys under the wood shed. Most all the family logged for at some point.
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    Houndsmen are born, not made

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    I STAND WITH DUCK CUTTER!
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    Dayum, hope that pile don't catch a spark
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    I don't burn wood anymore but I still love finding the stuff.

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    If wealth was based on fat lighter accumulation I would be considered a billionaire
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    Quote Originally Posted by raybird View Post
    If wealth was based on fat lighter accumulation I would be considered a billionaire
    Hell I've probably burned a trillion dollars worth. People always wonder how we build such good fires. 👍

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    I've got a couple 10" dia. x10' logs at the base camp. There are a few more logs scattered around the property that I'll drag up when those are used up.

    I cut a 8-10 inch section and split it with a hatchet as needed. Something always makes me take a smell of fresh cut fat lighter.

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    When I was a kid in the sixties, my Popoo had a country store, and we sold a lot of it. We always called it "kindling." I've really never heard it called lighter before. This was in Fountain Inn. Most folks kept a fire in the fireplace and used a lot of coal like Mergie said. The kindling was magic to me, and would start a fire right up!! Hi-Gear


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    Quote Originally Posted by higear View Post
    When I was a kid in the sixties, my Popoo had a country store, and we sold a lot of it. We always called it "kindling." I've really never heard it called lighter before. This was in Fountain Inn. Most folks kept a fire in the fireplace and used a lot of coal like Mergie said. The kindling was magic to me, and would start a fire right up!! Hi-Gear


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    Kindling and fat lighter are two different things. You use fat lighter to get the kindling going.
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