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ga. prime

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9:00 AM. Put obsolete styrofoam plug container on wood pile and light.

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9:01 AM. Fire going.

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10:00 AM.

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That looks interesting but DNR in our state looks unfriendly upon burning stryrofoam. BTW it sure is a lot drier in your area than here. We still have 12-15" of snow on the ground.
 
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DNR probably doesn't like stryrofoam being burned here either- I never asked them. Not as dry here as it looks.
 

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Those things sure put off a lot of heat, I burn them in the wood stove. One of the best fire starters I've found in the wood stove is plastic strings off of round bales.
 
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I have bunch of netting from round bales I was gonna get and start a fire with it but every time I go by the net pile I have too much junk in the back of the pickup to put it in there. It'd be a mass entanglement. Fire season's about over for me so I guess the netting will end up in the dumpster and get taken to the landfill.
 

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