Wood supply

Hi Bronlin, sorry to say, i looked up some and no one of them got a ISBN number, which probably means they are only printed in a small series, only in Sweden.



Only thing is they are published by Sven Englundh

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is that a desktop moonshine still pictured on the cover ? ))

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It brings a whole new definition of “Microbrewery”

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It’s a still for sure :smiley:
More of a laboratory scale, hard to get wasted by those drops :woozy_face:
What is more fun is it says: recipes among others, perfume, paint, fireworks, explosives, face treatment masks.

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I need to dissagree. We were doing some extractions at school and the solvent was absolute alcohol. Thats 100% alcohol, not the usual 96%. Wery high grade lab stuff, crazy expensive so it was collected later in a still just like that to be used next time. Well, you can imagine dumb 16 year olds, not all the alcohol ended in storage… aah memories… or shuld l say lack of them :smile:

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Those books remind me of the poor man james bond volumes.

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Rubbish, (wood), gengas wood, and some boards.



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My brother took down some alder, and asked me if i wanted it, ofcourse :smiley:
This was in February, i guess it was about time to pick it up today. :smiley:


Brother.

Should have been in the “what followed me home” topic, but, i got this piece of junk too, could be fun to rebuild into something else. :thinking:

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I realy like alder wood. Has a nice colour and burns hot. Also its supposed to be the best wood for using in water or underground (anaerobic conditions).

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It appears European breeding for coppicing is working a lot better then it does in the US. It appears as though the Blue Alder coppices itself and transports itself to a more convenient location. We don’t have that growing here in the states.

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Chunked some today, ofcourse, when i got “the flow” i either got visitors (father) or dog started barking, or duck ran away to the neighbours, but i got some 12 bags filled. :smiley:


I need to get some more bags, these are starting to tear and rip, fun to lift one, and bottom rip’s.

Cindy helped by chasing (stealing) chunks.

Fuel :smiley:

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Stashed up some unprocessed fuel, ready for chunking.



Got the tarp over it just in time :smiley:

I split some of the alder i got home, not needed, but my circular saw blade use to bind some in some species raw wood, cuts much faster if it’s split in half.
My very homemade hydraulic splitter is almost overgrown by nettles.

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New truck with first load of slabs.

Fresh wood taken down to make way for the road.

More fresh wood along the new road. I am taking too long to make this road. It has too be good enough for the storm truck to get back to this wood, so I can use the loader to lift it.
It’s a very cold year so far, and the bugs are minimal. Just too many other things happening, so I am behind on the wood gathering/cutting.

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