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yes, have seen pictures of Siberia and its lengthy snow, certainly a place for hardy souls. The coldest I have lived through was 15 below zero Fahrenheit when I lived in Ohio on my fathers farm. It does get very cold there. It will begin to snow November and never go away until about mid March. Those were the days feeding the farm animals, tossing the feed on my shoulders from the truck to the barn though snow etc. We had 45 acres. Dad and mom passed on years ago, some of the property was divided out. The original farm house still stands on 5 acres, sold long ago.
Yes, there are beautiful places in your country too
 
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we have one of those in our shed.
Do the world a favour, take it out of the shed and use it instead of burning. The product makes a great mulch which will improve your soil over time, and although it will eventually break down and release CO2 it will take a lot longer and will be a lot cleaner without all those smoke particulates. I guess where you live is not densely inhabited, but the world is a finite place, and the effects of global warming in terms of tornadoes and floods are already making themselves felt.
I have just been reading a book called 'How bad are bananas? The carbon footprint of everything' by Mike Berners-Lee (Tim's brother). Not just informative, amusing and well written as well, though not the sort of book you sit down and read in one go.
 
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Do the world a favour, take it out of the shed and use it instead of burning. The product makes a great mulch which will improve your soil over time, and although it will eventually break down and release CO2 it will take a lot longer and will be a lot cleaner without all those smoke particulates. I guess where you live is not densely inhabited, but the world is a finite place, and the effects of global warming in terms of tornadoes and floods are already making themselves felt.
I have just been reading a book called 'How bad are bananas? The carbon footprint of everything' by Mike Berners-Lee (Tim's brother). Not just informative, amusing and well written as well, though not the sort of book you sit down and read in one go.
we already have two mounds of wood chip mulch, each mound can fit into an 8 X10 foot room. So have enough wood chips. and we have not had enough time to lay all that chips down yet. Onward to the burning pile.
 
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we already have two mounds of wood chip mulch, each mound can fit into an 8 X10 foot room. So have enough wood chips. and we have not had enough time to lay all that chips down yet. Onward to the burning pile.
And how do you use wood chips? why do you keep it?
 
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