Did you ever notice its always a cord too?
treysgt wrote:Northwest NJ - around 190 cord now. That is about 25 more than at the start of the season. Time for coal!
Same in Maryland, but the rule is seldom enforced. One local tree trimming company that sells top grade wood as a winter sideline, hauls it 30 miles down the road to Georgetown in Washington, DC. He gets the equivalent of $400-500 a cord! All those K street lobbyists like their fireplace ambiance!Richard S. wrote:FYI AFAIK you can't sell a "truckload" of wood in PA, it has to be sold by the cord.