Thank you all for your assistance. The wood will be for kettle grills, I don’t have a propane grill.
Thus far I have 4 fifty pound sacks of thick cut chips, and a like amount of chunks, about two inches thick and four to eight inches long.
These are spread out in the drying shed.
In addition I kept about twenty logs about two feet long and six to eight inches in diameter. these are for the pit BBQ’s we do. When we pull the stumps we will keep those for the pit as well.
If it is not to much trouble I do have another question.
I have about 1000 feet of grape vines,that will need trimmed out this fall after we eat what we can, can what we will and let the birds and other critters eat what the want. Does grape cane make a good fuel for smoking? In the past I have just chipped and used it as compost.