The boys stopped at the first wood pile and split up a log of fat pine into long sticks for torches.
And there were great coal barges, filled with fat pine knots.
"I'll light a piece of fat pine," shouted the Boy, catching up a stick, and thrusting it into the coals.
They were well provided with fat pine torches and armed with axes.
There was plenty of fat pine, and rousing fires made the valley seem habitable.
With a blazing splinter of fat pine for torch, we made our inspection.
They, as well as fat pine, are almost imperishable, and those sticking out of old rotten logs are as good as any.
You'll find a fire already laid, in the fireplace, with fat pine knots that will blaze up at the touch of a match.
Cassandra, on her knees at the hearth, was arranging sticks of fat pine to light the fire.
They can get fat pine which is in great demand both North and South.