Thursday, September 21, 2023

How Much Wood

wood pile

It’s that time of year again! Right about now my shoulders feel like I’ve spent three lifetimes splittin’ and stackin’ & chuckin’ in search of an answer to this age-old wood chuckin’ question. For the results of that research, click the link and read on:

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A veteran north country writer & story teller raised in Saranac Lake, when not busy chasing new Adirondack adventures or sharing his survivor’s voice at Adirondack Center for Writing’s “Barkreaders” open mics, Dick enjoys weaving new outlaw stories, poems & tales. “Most of them are all pretty much true. Then again…maybe some of them ain’t.” He shares many of them here. Read the rest on his blog at

3 Responses

  1. Not to worry Dick, looks like the nut jobs in Albany are working to make burning wood a felony as well as your propane cook stove. So yes a outlaw you will be but not with a sore shoulders!

    • Those nut jobs in Albany need to spend a winter living full time in the north country, battling subzero temps to keep their home & family warm. Any knucklehead what thinks they are comin’ for this Adirondack Outlaw’s wood stove better load heavy & bring reinforcements. Thanks Chip, for reading, & also for the heads up.

  2. Plowboy says:

    We need reparations for people that burn wood. It was forced upon them. They had no control. They were slaves to being warm

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