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Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

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    Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood


    I am a huge pessimist and feel like karma will bite me for assuming life will go right back to normal...


    But assuming it does...

    I知 looking for two recommendations.

    I want to spray my property for ticks and sqeeters with pet friendly stuff.

    I知 leaning toward Mosquito Joe who is close by and seems to have done a lot of properties around.





    But also am looking to buy two or three cords of campfire wood.

    Preferably delivered.

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Mosquito Hunters, they’re based in New Hampshire. I don’t know if they’re any good or not, but my company does all of their promotional mailings (postcards) so send some revenue their way.

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Quote Originally Posted by Gixxer View Post
    I am a huge pessimist and feel like karma will bite me for assuming life will go right back to normal...


    But assuming it does...

    I知 looking for two recommendations.

    I want to spray my property for ticks and sqeeters with pet friendly stuff.

    I知 leaning toward Mosquito Joe who is close by and seems to have done a lot of properties around.





    But also am looking to buy two or three cords of campfire wood.

    Preferably delivered.
    I have endless supply of pine and spruce for campfires, you or anyone can have. I'll cut it, but it'll need splitting and to be picked up. It's seasoned for 2 years, but will be wet until it's split and covered.

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Quote Originally Posted by R7 View Post
    I have endless supply of pine and spruce for campfires, you or anyone can have. I'll cut it, but it'll need splitting and to be picked up. It's seasoned for 2 years, but will be wet until it's split and covered.
    I have an awesome DR wood splitter I got from the father in law

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    And a utility trailer and the wife’s Tacoma. Pm me where u are if you want

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Also looking for a place to buy a dogwood tree, looking at fast growing trees.com but would rather somewhere local. Planting a memorial tree for my dad on my property in May.... if travel and things aren’t closed down

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    And for clarification, obviously I would prefer split firewood delivered...

    My wife is the one who grew up with boats and can maneuver them like a champ, I’ve never had the need.

    But an nesr hook up, and you saying it needs to be split reminded me I have a splitter...


    So we could work our a monetary enticement if you’d like and in theory I should be able to borrow ... yes I have to say this... borrow my wife’s truck and trailer...

    The trailer can hold a decent bit, it’s wood sided with a ramp, pretty sure we fit a Kubota bx2230 in it.

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Bx2660

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Ya... ya know you can edit posts, right?

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    Ya... ya know you can edit posts, right?
    Is there a post limit on threads? Or are there any other comments I can not help you with?

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Eh, I don't give a tootsie roll how many posts you make, I'm just sayin when you make a post and respond to yourself FOUR MORE times... it's kinda weird.

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Quote Originally Posted by Gixxer View Post
    Also looking for a place to buy a dogwood tree, looking at fast growing trees.com but would rather somewhere local. Planting a memorial tree for my dad on my property in May.... if travel and things aren’t closed down
    buy trees, anything you plant in ground, from local nursery, you want a tree that is acclimated to your location, my garden plants, I wouldn't from more than 15 miles from where I live, trees, I would stick to northern new england, and maybe MA depending on species (I found a place where I can get a Northern Spy Apple tree in western MA), but I wouldn't get trees that come from NJ or MD.... maybe I'd consider a tree from MI/WI/MN, also, depending on species. but most of the species that have similar hardiness from other areas, are readily available locally

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    Eh, I don't give a tootsie roll how many posts you make, I'm just sayin when you make a post and respond to yourself FOUR MORE times... it's kinda weird.
    Slow day huh? Got bored with imagining how you would scare intruders?

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    Re: Mosquito spraying & camp fire wood

    Oh dude, yeah, I'm bored outta my mind.

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