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The Chainsaw Woodmill

In Cas Concos des Cavaller you can find a yard where wood is cut to size to fit your fireplace or any other practical purpose that you might have in mind. Time seems to have stood still in this little taller.

You can bring your own trees or tree stumps or oversized logs and have them cut to the required size. Or you can just place your order for firewood, as we are heading for the cooler season, and now that a log fire may be wanted, one evening, to combat the autumnal damp air.

Prices vary depending on the type of wood that you require. Obviously, olivo or roble logs are dearer than pino, and almendra and algarrobo logs are somewhere inbetween. Hardwood is more expensive than softer wood, but will burn slower and thus, longer. You would be safe in assuming that the more expensive the firewood comes, the longer the logs will burn and the more heat will emanate from them.

The photo was taken in Ca’s Concos d’es Cavaller, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: September 8th, 2008. The time was 18:24:25.

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