It depends on what species of wood you're burning and its moisture content. I've been able to get as much as 10hrs on well seasoned red oak. That's...
Glad you're enjoying your 13.....can't say enough good about mine. Going on year number three and its lived up to every expectation.
I like to sprinkle some in my morning coffee.
If your chimney isn't real tall I'd say it was just you were happening to look up at the same time your wife was stirring the coals.
I used to have...
Had the same issue a year or so ago........turned out crows were picking at and pulling away the bead of silicone around the top of my storm collar....
Small burn on the inside of my right fore arm from coming in contact with the hot latch of the door. Minor one though.
These always seem to happen...
Nice shots. Fall sure can be vibrant.
I measured between 7-8" at my place that morning. All gone now but was sure nice to see!
You get more out of it too!
Beauty! Almost like I'm home on the couch staring into mine.
Red oak is my favorite wood to cut/split/and burn. Yes it does take longer to season properly, but in my opinion its worth it.
You must of got a bad batch then.....mine light right up with one match and burn long and strong.
I couldn't of said it better my man!
I've been burning every night for the last couple of weeks. I have the wood, I like burning it, and I like to be comfortable.
Love my Englander 13 NC, it has performed flawlessly over the last two seasons (going into my third with it now). It heats my 1000 sqf home...
I get the cheap ones from Wally World and break each stick into quarters. This gives me 96 fire starters for like $10.
I'll never go back to...
Get yourself a Chesapeake Bay Retriever.........you won't have any more thieves.
Same here.....replace it when you can afford it. As long as there isn't any split in the metal you're safe.
Yeah, thanks for the ideas (I've actually thought of both!) The shotgun method would be instantly satifying, however fleeting due to the damage to...
Separate names with a comma.