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Cambium Global Timberland Limited LSE:TREE London Ordinary Share JE00B1NNWQ21 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.75 6.00 7.50 6.75 6.75 6.75 0.00 08:00:00
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Forestry & Paper 0.0 -0.2 -1.1 - 5

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15/12/2006
15:56
yours pyroman a la fracaise
waldron
15/12/2006
15:55
what can i say beautiful
waldron
15/12/2006
15:54
what a lot you got easy to log on too did you mean jotul, chuckle,chackle or chortle.
waldron
15/12/2006
15:10
I guess the file was too big for photobucket, any others I could use I wonder
wild bill
15/12/2006
14:58
under construction August this year
wild bill
15/12/2006
14:16
ps. logs on their way via electronic wizardry
wild bill
15/12/2006
14:13
read in the paper about an easy to use site, memorised it, then forgot it before I got to the PC, burnt the paper on the fire - chuntle!
wild bill
15/12/2006
14:04
if you need a simple then i suppose i could improvise. if you need a sample you'll have to look elswhere i bet pc wood no these things
waldron
15/12/2006
14:00
you can buy timber by the cubic metre or by weight only ever bought once, got short changed, after stacking there was only half what I ordered and paid for, he delivered the balance after a few calls. cut me own now hey, need a simple to use free hosting site to exhibit the log store any ideas
wild bill
15/12/2006
13:50
is there a tree doctor in the house?
waldron
15/12/2006
13:42
marra ou est tu?
waldron
15/12/2006
13:34
wb what you call a block of logs,metre cubed in english?
waldron
01/12/2006
10:47
just a quickie - are you having any difficulties with the favourites button?
wild bill
01/12/2006
10:44
timberrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
ariane
01/12/2006
10:43
the pleasure is all mine
ariane
01/12/2006
10:41
thank you guitar man
wild bill
01/12/2006
10:23
Advice to those wishing to cut live wood. pc4900074200 - 30 Nov'06 - 15:25 - 284 of 291 Wild Bill - 30 Nov'06 - 14:38 - 283 of 283 He's electronic and runs on batteries. Most of the fuel I use is wood, hand cut and split with my own hands. Being the proud owner of a chain saw, three bow saws, one especially adapted for cutting live wood, four two axes and a log splitter I'm in my element this time of the year, Autumn being the best time to cut as the wood has less sap content thus bringing down the seasoning time from two years to just over one. The Hunter Herald is ticking over nicely in the Great Hall as I type. I haven't had the central heating on at all this winter and I'm feeling good about it, using the only sustainable "zero carbon" fuel available, yes ZERO. Did you know that the carbon dioxide given off when burning wood equates to the amount it takes out of the atmosphere during it's life time as a growing tree? Unlike the Larder boys, they just take. Furthermore, trees can be replaced when felled, making it the only true sustainable fuel source. Question? The saw adapted for cutting live wood? Is it hard catching the wood when its running around? Don't you have to get someone to hold it down? pc :-] Edit: I know, has it got a lasso fitted on the end of it, is that the adaption? Ariane - 30 Nov'06 - 16:04 - 285 of 291 wb you'd be classed a millionaire in my part of the woods pc chuckle Wild Bill - 30 Nov'06 - 16:06 - 286 of 291 you got some woods left if the answer's yes, I'm a comin' over..... Ariane - 30 Nov'06 - 16:10 - 287 of 291 you know so,but not as much as in poland apparently Wild Bill - 30 Nov'06 - 16:17 - 288 of 291 experts recommend drying firewood for at least six months after it's cut live and split, http://www.gi.alaska.edu/ScienceForum/ASF18/1821.html Seasoned logs put off much more heat than wet wood. When a log is placed inside a stove on top of other burning logs, it doesn't bring instant gratification. First, the heat energy provided by the burning logs drives off the moisture of the unburned log, and none of the heat from the reaction warms the room. The wetter the log, the more energy required to dry it out. For that reason, and because dangerous creosote deposits increase when burning wet wood, experts recommend drying firewood for at least six months after it's cut live and split, which should bring the moisture content down to an acceptable 25 percent.
grupo
29/10/2006
10:55
the fruit of the kaki has a taste all of its own.
ariane
28/10/2006
05:07
do you believe that i am Jewish for some reason? or do you usually rant and rage like this in the mornings?
waldron
28/10/2006
04:54
What a stupid Patronising Idea by the Illuminati, I planted many trees and will continue doing so with People/Kids Worldwide! I Reckon several Million Squirrels might help me as well every Autumn/Winter! It is afterall A PLANET not YOURS! This kind of stuff makes me PUKE! May The TEN CROWNS on the SIX HEADS of the Beast Of Revelations ROT in HELL! Juddaism is NOT Zionism! Le Chaim Yahhuddah/Ben Yamin, friends of Southern Simeon, and Napthali to Join Us! To Armageddon We Go!
mr ashley james
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