storage of kindling


My HOA is at it again, and I think they want me to do something about my kindling. How is it supposed to be stored?
I think theym, actually she, wants me to throw it away but I haven't been able to get a straight answer.
It's not all straight and parallel, and stacked up one or more of the HOA board think it has room for rats to nest. I suppose so, but I don't have any, have never had any.
I've broken some pieces in two where they bend and it stacks better that way.
I haven't really seen people storing kindling -- Do people do that -- but for the first time I have a big supply and I enjoy it and want to save it for fires.
Part of a tree on public land fell down last summer on to my property, and I cut it up, and I'm happy to have the wood. This spring I burned about half of the kindling and half of the wood in my fireplace. I wanted to burn 2/3rds of what's left and the burn the rest over a longer period of time.
Thanks
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Get one of those benches where you can store stuff inside.
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Best advice I have is to move to a place with no HOA. You can stack the kindling in a trash can that is covered.
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wrote:

Thanks to; you and Patrick. The trash can is a very good idea. I was still thinking of those Rubbermaid storage boxes. I have several imitation but the trash can is excellent, and I have at least 2 spare ones.
The president has managed to go for a month without telling me what the complaints are about, but I think I'll know by the end of the weekend. Probably the kindling.
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wrote:

My point was that I can be pretty stupid. And thanks for the firewood answer too.

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