Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running Out

Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running Out

As word spreads of possible Propane Armageddon, with the nation possibly facing ZERO supply by mid-winter, homeowners are stocking up of firewood.  In Oklahoma, one man reports he called TWENTY places that normally sell it; only 3 had any left.


# Market placeSrmay72 2021-10-30 11:45
my nephew checks market place and craigs list free sections every morning alot of people give firewood away free you haul he heats his home and water in his outdoor stove never cuts a piece of wood
-1 # 1981Srmay72 2021-10-30 02:35
I found this on youtube perfect time to watch horible special effects but it was 81 rapture mark of the beast even china even a few made excuses and took the mark.
# RE: 1981Palehorse 2021-10-30 11:41

Another follower of the John Nelson Darby
Zionist inspired pre-trib rapture deception. True
cult status by any terms.
# RE: 1981mjc 2021-10-30 02:57
So, for the current and near term, here's what it looks like for the cost of a million BTUs of heat (gross heat release):

Electricity -- $35.00 (grid)
Propane -- $26.80
Kerosene -- $19.65
Cordwood -- $12.25
# "In rural areas, if a house burns down, the fire is contained."Man of the Atom 2021-10-30 00:22
The problem with that?

Smokey the Bear says "only YOU can prevent FOREST fires!"
+1 # Word From Ohio: Truck Drivers Running Outselah 2021-10-29 22:44

More supply worries
# That might hurt smallSrmay72 2021-10-30 11:18
most people get their call through a school to find an insurance company that would cover a driver without school is astronomical. Swift , hires drivers without school but we KNOW SWIFT
+2 # AND SO IT BEGINS || ERs Are Swamped With Seriously Ill Patients ...Dying From The BioWeapon InjectionsPalehorse 2021-10-29 22:33

Sparrow Hospital Lansing Michigan

ERs are now swamped with seriously ill patients — but many don't even have COVID

"...Inside the emergency department at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Mich., staff members are struggling to care for patients who are showing up much sicker than they've ever seen."

Tiffani Dusang, the emergency room's nursing director, practically vibrates with pent-up anxiety, looking at all the patients lying on a long line of stretchers pushed up against the beige walls of the hospital's hallways. "It's hard to watch," she says in her warm Texan twang.

+2 # "It's happening all around the country..."Palehorse 2021-10-29 23:06

More from the article:

Seventy to 100 ambulances pull in each day.
"It's a lot," Dusang says... "It's the highest
I've ever seen in my career."

Even patients who arrive by ambulance are
not guaranteed a room
: One nurse is running
triage here, screening for those who absolutely
need a bed and those who can be put in the waiting area.

"It's an early indicator that what's happening in
the ED is that we're seeing more acute cases than
we were pre-pandemic," says Caleb Cox, a data
scientist at Epic.

"...there has been an increase in people coming
to the ER with more serious conditions,
like strokes and heart attacks."
+4 # VA and CovidSteve 196th Inf 2021-10-29 23:03
I was at the Chicago Hines VA Hospital last week and upon checking in went through the usual questions and temp check etc. I asked the check in nurse if they were seeing a lot of covid patients as we have all been told to believe. She said that there were only a few and that the symptoms were mostly mild. I didn't ask if they were vaxed or not and she never asked me if I was vaxed. Not sure what to make of all the hype. Just passing this along for what it may be worth.
# Questions to ask b4 getting a vaxterminationMan of the Atom 2021-10-30 00:18

It's a slide show - go to slide 69 and show that to any of your friends or relatives who are thinking about vaxterminating their under age 18 dependent. Is that what they want to experience?
+2 # KeroseneGold3084 2021-10-29 22:18
If you run out of kerosene, can diesel fuel be used ?
+5 # KeroseneSteve 196th Inf 2021-10-29 22:57
Diesel fuel comes in 2 grades #1 and #2. Kerosene is basically #1 diesel, less BTU's and burns a little faster, won't jell at lower temps like #2. Kerosene can be used for diesel but not the other way around.
+4 # RE: Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running OutDreadsploit 2021-10-29 21:40
Chainsaw. Woods.

Problem solved.
+4 # RE: Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running OutBob 2021-10-30 00:23
Have used wood stoves for heat for 65+ years. If you are trying to cut a tree down and use it immediately, you won't have much luck. It needs to season 6 months-1 year, before it burns well. Have to cut it into rounds the length you want and then split when dry.

That is why when you live in the rural areas, you are always at various stages with multiple trees. Side benefit, keeps you in pretty good shape.
+2 # ?tsunamiCarla Ray 2021-10-29 21:27
Hal. There's much about the "waters soul" erected in New Jersey as a Trojan horse referring to possible La Palma tsunami with an incoming X flare CME projected G3 on 30th and 31st. Not to mention a Canary Islands politician suggesting to throw a bomb in volcano yo divert the lava flow.
Something of consideration
+6 # OFF TOPICPalehorse 2021-10-29 20:14

After a hospital stay and a couple of weeks
recovery, Steve Quayle joins Gary Heavin
for the first hour on the Hagmann Report.

Up to date and informative. VIDEO
# you see dougSrmay72 2021-10-30 11:48
Look at Doug he looks very bad , what ever TPTB are doing to patriot news guys is bad
+2 # Propane PricesBill51 2021-10-29 20:05
I ordered some last week Price 2.25 / gal.
this week went to 2.35/gal
and next week I was told it will be 2.45/gal.
+2 # PropaneSteve 196th Inf 2021-10-29 20:46
I did summer fill on propane in August traditionally the cheapest time of year, $1.48 this year. Last year 90 cents. Will go up of course in the winter. We are fortunate to have our own firewood and natural gas also. I only need propane for the farm buildings.
+2 # short on firewoodtrustintheLord 2021-10-29 19:42
Wow, Mr. Hal. I am glad I got the firewoods in Sept.
+3 # Texas Ice Stormjdpsys 2021-10-29 19:17
Out power for 12 days during the "great Texas ice storm". Burned 3 cords of firewood and ran short of firewood. I quit using propane for the generator after the first day. It's OK for short periods (< 7 hours), but not an extended periods. 3 20# bottles a day. Did not loose anyone or animals, but at my age it was exhausting. Hoping there is not a repeat, but preparing for it.
# Texas Ice StormGregg W 2021-10-30 01:36
Damn. That was a lot of wood and gas.
I had no idea.
Not that I thought I was super prepared, I now know I’m not.

Thanks for sharing. I guess…
+3 # I am banned from wood 2021-10-29 18:53
by local environmental laws.
I tried to burn refuse in a bin stove, but a neighbour used his mobile phone camera and threatened to report me. So, now I have to drive miles to a "recycling centre". They do not recycle, it goes to landfill. I could heat my home by coppicing woods - but that is illegal. These environmentalists are just that - mental.
# SameSrmay72 2021-10-30 11:54
our niebor called the fire dept everytime we burned trash thank God the crazy bag sold her place now we just have a young couple with unlimited supply of ammo at all hours but we can burn trash again. I live in the country
+3 # that suckslumpy 2021-10-30 00:09
but don't worry that tattletale probably took the vaxx
+1 # Keep track of themPaul Lambert 2021-10-29 22:47
Keep a list of names and a file of evidence of what these whacko environmentalists and other Leftist yammerheads do to make your life miserable.

If we are lucky and ultimately victorious (and these weirdos survive), a whole bunch of them should be held to account.
+3 # RE: I am banned from wood burningJFY 2021-10-29 19:49
Have you considered a rocket stove? They burn wood so well that you can't see the smoke once they've warmed up, which only takes a very few minutes, and they're very efficient.

There are tons of videos on how to make them and some of them are very innovative.

Some are as simple as a few concrete blocks, and others can be very elaborate and form part of what's called a Russian Stove. Those work by circulating the combustion gasses through ducts to absorb the most heat from them before the gasses leave the house. Then the thermal mass irradiates that heat into the house for hours.

The spectrum of rocket stoves is wide. You might want to take a look at them on Youtube, etc.
# In a pinchSrmay72 2021-10-30 12:12
clay pots and tea light candles keep you from freezing along with the heat make sure you have leather , I buy old wore out leather belts and several hose clamps. I do matinence and every winter when the Temps get cold pipes freeze and bust a plumber showed me how to cut a piece of leather bigger then the break put a couple hose clamps on the leather expands and stops the leaks. When I took over matinence I found several the plumbers fixed, TEMP. , BUT NEVER CAME BACK TO FIX RIGHT THEY DIDNT LEAK SOME WAS ON FOR YEARS
# RE: I am banned from wood 2021-10-30 04:37
Good one - I will look at that.
Coppiccing also make a home for wildlife - very eco.
I am buying solar panels - and try to invent my own heating system.
# Kelly KettleGregg W 2021-10-30 01:33
Not so much to heat a house, but to boil water and produce heat. Unless I’ve missed them, most rocket stoves are not very big.

This Kelly Kettle is a great choice and not too spendy.

Or in the UK:

I’ve had one for years and love it.
+1 # Rocket stovesGold3084 2021-10-29 22:21
One problem with rocket stoves is that you have to keep refueling a lot ?
# RE: Rocket stovesJFY 2021-10-29 23:37
That depends on how they're made.

In general, rocket stoves are very efficient so your firewood should last longer.

The best way to take advantage of the way they work is by passing the flue through some sort of thermal mass that will absorb the heat on the way out and then irradiate it into the room over time. Check out a few videos using "rocket stove" as a search term to get familiarized with them, and then maybe look for some videos about "Russian Stoves".

In between those search terms there are a whole lot of other variations and you might find one that suits your situation the best.
+1 # RE: Rocket stovesJFY 2021-10-29 23:49
Another name for "Russian Stove" is also "Masonry Heater".

Here's a short, clear explanation of how and why they work, and also why they're so efficient.
+4 # RE: I am banned from wood burningGunner 2021-10-29 19:34
We the AmeriKAn people have sat back and allowed all of this fucking stupid shit to fly so we have screwed ourselves guys and that is a big part of the reason we are in this ridiculous situation right damn now.
+2 # get out and changeAravinda 2021-10-29 19:17
those laws. The people are ultimately responsible for what happens in America. This is how you take back your power. Educate yourself and demand all unconstitutional laws are removed.

They are also null, void and without effect.
Stop complying with tyranny.

If shtf i certainly would not want to have neighbors like this, so you may be getting a warning to move...
+1 # Ctrl+C 2021-10-30 04:46
Since the law makers, legal profession got hold of word processors, language translators there has been an explosion in law making. The Acquis Communautaire, book of eu law is 170,000 pages. Over 100,000 have been produced in the last 10 years. By 2020 to 351,000 .(Article dated 2013)
+1 # RE: get out and changeGunner 2021-10-29 19:36
Right now forget it as we have allowed the U.S. Constitution to be MURDERED. . . The courts are corrupt and have been hijacked along with the damn Constitution so forget it all right now. Lock and Load or just HANG yourself - those are our options: Fight or just DIE.
+2 # RE: Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running OutThe Deplorable Renegade 2021-10-29 18:43
I can't stand the smell of kerosene so I don't even touch those heaters. Already got plenty of firewood for my fireplace just in case. I got that back in the summer.
+3 # RE: Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running OutSheepinator 2021-10-29 20:58
Gonna get one in Tx, and can't be without heat again. Hopefully they are still in stock!
+3 # RE: Word from Oklahoma: Firewood Running 2021-10-29 18:56
The bad smell is deliberate, same with town gas.
For safety reasons.
+4 # I live in Oklahoma.....BanjoDoug 2021-10-29 18:41
Firewood is never totally sold by this time ... We have gobs of oak as it grows everywhere. But I too have seen local lots pretty much cleaned out. I have 4-5 cords from the last ice storm, all cut in 20" segments. But I also spent this afternoon (Fri) converting my larger generator to duel fuel (gas and propane). Gennies can be hard to start on gas at 10 degrees..... But they start up easily on propane of nat gas.... I am as ready as I can be.....
# RogSerpa@82 2021-10-30 01:38
North central?
+5 # Kerosene 2021-10-29 17:59
I inherited central heating, but do not use it. Just kerosene room heaters. Zibro 3.2kw model needs mains for tts fan, has automatic monoxide detector close down. Toyotomi RC270 2.7kw is battery operated, also automatic close down. Also, I bought a couple of multi wick stoves, they also use combustion chamber burning and I tested them for cooking. I use home heating oil in all devices (not recommended) because it is low sulphur anyway.


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