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A Pallet of Blaschack went up $30 here its close to $350 now a pallet the other dealer here wants $400 im actually just going to use my furnace its about the same cost now and i don't have the aggravation and fuel cost of driving to pick up the coal anymore and more even heat in each room.
The company I work for in West Hartford has a side rail for unloading railcars. The typical railcar holds 100 tons of coal. If enough people are interested, I would consider selling shares of the load, each share would equal 1 ton, but everyone would have to agree to the exact date that they would be required to pick up their coal shares.
I can't speak for his AA130, but I know some guys that run buck by choice in AA and AHS units. It doesn't "rev up" as fast as pea, but burns well and several people have told me buck is less prone to outfires in the summer.
I got it from Sherman. Tim kept his deal at holding one time spring pricing for this load. Stand up guy. The stuff I bought in the spring burns great in both units. I test fired the AA and no problems but didn't have a good load for it. I have been burning the buck I got in the spring in the keystoker. I need to adjust the timer one more pin as I have had two out fires during the low load weather.
The trucker was a great guy also. Nice to work with.
Good looking pile Steam. It's a nice feeling to know that you've got your heating season covered. Nice pond in the back there. A guy I know down the road made a couple large ponds to grow cranberries in up here.