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How to Season Firewood

Fresh-cut firewood simply won't burn the way you want it to. Recently split or cut firewood, typically features a moisture content of about 100%. This means half the wood's weight is from water.
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Wood Vs. Gas Fire Pit

There are lots of different options to choose from when it comes to fire pits, but they come in two basic classifications: wood pits and gas pits. Which one is best for your backyard? Let's consider the pros and cons of each. 
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Tips on Buying Wood for Your Fire

Some sound advice to find the best source for your wood as well. The quality of the firewood you use for your bonfire or fire pit will have a significant impact on your overall experience and enjoyment. Here are some tips on buying the right wood. 
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Why Walden's Stoker Poker is the Best

The Walden Blow Through Fire Stoker Poker (TM) is not only ideal for moving those bits of wood and coals around, it is also hollow, which allows you to add a key ingredient in proper combustion: Air!  Fire is simply the process of oxidizing wood (or other fuel).  
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The Debate Rages On: Cross Hatch VS. Teepee

Cross hatch or teepee? Don't act like you and your friends haven't sat around for hours on end debating this hot topic. We are here to help so you can put down your pokers and quit stoking the flames of this controversial issue. We have you covered.
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