Firewood tools to transform thick logs into easy-handling fire fuel Fire is an indispensable resource when facing Mother Nature’s extreme cold temperatures. However, fires require fuel to burn (and, if you want to get technical, oxygen). And, for the majority of circumstances, fuel for fires comes in the form of wood. Yes, you can purchase ready-to-use-and-burn wood from local hardware and food stores, but these seasonal and sometimes hard-to-find sources just won’t cut it when you need a great amount to get you through a long stay in cold climates. In addition, buying a cord or two from a firewood supplier might seem a costly waste of money to those who prefer to literally take matt

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