What more can I say? When online poker cranked up BrotherBrett was already taken by the time I got around to Pokerstars' site. BrotherBart,...
Yeah the Super 27 is a proven hoss. A few bucks more than $1,500 but a good wood stove is a long term investment and the ability to load it...
At $265 my old self would be laying them in and letting the saws rest.
My only source that isn't outrageously priced is a hundred miles away.
Trees are thirty feet from the house on all sides. Five and a half acres of...
Women have always had better hand/eye coordination than guys. Worst fear always was walking up to a pool table with a gal standing there grinning....
Get back to me when ya figure out a way to dry the wood before feeding it to the pellet masher.
Nothin wrong with staying warm while you tighten up the place.
I guarantee you that if you live long enough you will be grateful for having to deal with as few trees and and as little wood processing as possible....
I saw an article about the lock out today and thought of you and wondered what you were up to. Thanks for the update.
Not a problem that I can think of. My pellet stove pipe in the basement goes up five feet to a 90 into the horizontal thimble. And then a 90 up to...
On the old forum years ago that was a subject of wars. Yes, stacks shrink when getting drier.
I can name that stove in three notes.
Put a Chrysler badge on it and it goes from Northwest Accent to Northwest Attitude.
I burn three cord a year. And have a four cord shed because every once in a while there is a "whoops" winter like the last one. For three years that...
Until your wife walks in. >>
Just don't do the outdoor boiler. Tramping out to feed the smoke monster and it eating more wood than you are burning now would be a pain.
Having heated by burning wood for closing in on 40 years it took me a while to get hip on the dry wood thing myself. Boy I am glad I found this place...
You crank that Equinox and it darn sure ain't gonna be 50 degrees in the joint. And the F600 isn't a slouch either.
You will have a learning curve...
Get hand tools at Harbor Freight. They just go get you a new one, for life. Like Sears used to do with Craftsman. The Sears warehouse in Dallas used...
No idea. I was a fisherman over on the Sea of Galilee then and never hung with him.
When He said "Let there be light." I walked over and flipped the switch. >>
Put a redneck fire alarm over the stove.
Edit to add: Been waiting for the right place for that pic for seven years. ;lol
It is a free standing stove with pipe chimney up through the roof.
67 when he did this one. William S. Levise, Jr.
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