I found the best piñon dead fall firewood in Utah - Park City and Salt Lake

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I have found the best piñon dead fall firewood ever. These guys just pulled away after unloading and helping me stack a truckload. This stuff is the good slow burning, full of pitch that you find down around northern New Mexico. I stuck a few logs in the fireplace in my office and later walked outside to get something out of the truck - oh yeah - there's that smell. The neighborhood is already smelling good!  If you live in the Park City, Heber or Salt Lake City, UT area and want some great piñon for the winter, give these guy a call:  Rancho Firewood - Jerry at 801-634-9390   www.ranchofirewood.com  A full 1 ton pick up load was ony $200.

Now where is that snow storm we were promised tomorrow?

Utah Pinon Firewood

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Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX
REALTOR®, Broker

thanks for this great information, i will pass it on to others.

Dec 28, 2010 11:28 PM #1

Not a bad price but the bark on it makes me believe its still half green as pinion bark falls off when it dies, more so then regular pine. Also 1 cord (4x4x8) of wood comes out to about 1 ton..... If thats all you got its about half a cord....unless it is green then it would be close to a ton. 

Dec 30, 2010 11:12 AM #2
John Mosier
Realty ONE Group Mountain Desert - Prescott, AZ
Prescott's Patriot Agent 928 533-8142

I don't see Piñon Pine as a desirable firewood. It has a lot of pitch in it and will eventually create hazardous situations in chimneys and stove pipes.

Feb 16, 2013 07:47 AM #3
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