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Jukebox Mark

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Disregard previous post. Partied with Timbo and Major Tom for New Years. Timbo says with this cold snap, he's been completely cleaned out of firewood for now.
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Shameless plug for SPA board member Timbo, who sells firewood and lives in Palmdale off the 14
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Thanks, emjay. Sounds good. Is it safe to cook over such a fire or are there additives?
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Good info.
I usually try to buy my firewood along the 395 somewhere. Does anyone have a good source along the 395/14 that has a good price on firewood?
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The Park has asked SPA to pass this information along, as folks have been inquiring about the need to burn local wood as a means of preventing pest spread.

Due to the ecology of Saline Valley, Death Valley National Park does not have a regulation on bug-free firewood. Users should bring their own firewood as wood gathering is not permitted within the park boundary.

Many parks and forests do have bug-free regulations due to the possible transportation and introduction of forest pests and diseases. If anyone is interested the State of CA has a "burn it where you buy it" program. See  http://www.firewood.ca.gov/index.html." Additionally, some parks do not allow camp fires at all. It is always a good idea to check out local regulations before traveling.  

 

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