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Firewood in Ashby / Evansville Area

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Does anyone know of a decent contact in the area to get a 1/2 cord of firewood from? We would like to avoid hauling a bunch up this weekend.

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Try Kronberg Tree service in Evansville (218) 948-2372. If they don't have any they should be able to point you in the right direction.

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Thanks for the help.

We'll need a fire to stay warm this weekend the way it looks.

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Yeah its cloudy and windy up here right now, no rain but 50 degrees and NW winds 15-20. Gonna be cold in the waders tonight.

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I may be able to help you out if you haven't already made arrangements. 320-760-1987

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I didn't know if you wanted to part with any of yours. We'll have to take the boys out this weekend, I'm not back to work until Monday pm.

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Dad and I were out this AM, caught a bunch of pike! you got my number. brent

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Thanks for the offer, but we got a nice load from Jason Dahlens Mom & Dad Sat. It was a pretty nice deal.

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