Leaves look like Mulberry, maybe :)
That's pretty !
Just started the PE, going down to 40F ish tonight. I can heat the whole place with the PE with these temps & conditions.
Oh, and gender does not designate who wears the welders gloves in the family ;lol
Like Johnny 5, need more input :)
House size, lay out ( floor plan helps, even rough drawn )
Welcome to the forums !! Kinda sounds like my...
Nice job !!!!
You're gonna love that stove !!
You'd be amazed at what a ceiling fan can do.
Just saying !
Cement blocks work, in a pinch.
You got a deal, if it's in good shape !!
Welcome to the forums, Darby !! Always nice to see another Sistah here :)
A floor plan / house lay out would immensely help, here. My 13 is a free...
My first year, I clogged my chimney in 5 months (we will not discuss my what I thought was seasoned " 1st years supply ;em ).
I had a sweep come...
Really , say we both ??
I wasn't concerned ;)
Rick, it's a rough life, but some has got to do it :)
And you are still breathing?????
*Welcome to your first Dixie comment :p *
I had windows open last night, and not the Microsoft kind ;)
Cut the oak. Let it season, Grasshopper :)
Ah, WI in winter ... been there !!
65F here tonight ... it'll be a while !
I think I've seen Murphy looking forlornly at the PE. He's already sleeping under the covers, started 1 week ago when night time temps went down to...
Just to put some thought in the direction of what happened that day. Not to start spats, arguement's, or to hinder the memories of any ones loved...
Welcome to the forums!! Don't mind Jags, he's a super awesome smart ass :) (And I love him to pieces ;) !! )
My goals with a wood stove is for it...
Splitter is a Troy Built 22 ton, vert / horiz 3 years old with maybe a dozen cords through it.. I've had it here for 1 year.
Mower is a Craftsman...
What Rick (Fossil) said.
Welcome to the forums :)
I can have the splitter & the mower for $1500 .... payment plan acceptable.
Take the 13 over the 17 .. longer burn times.
You know when you pick it up, if it's gonna burn, or not. You just know, with years, time, and seasoning.
Rounds are usually seasoned 2 + years around here, single stacked on pallets, then moved into position during the fall for the coming seasons...
Those rounds have mega BTU's. I use them on the coldest days / nights, usually packed to the back if loading e / w, buried in the coal bed if loading...
I call them over night rounds, and don't have that issue ;)
How the hell did I miss this thread????
Nice looking set up. You can do it !!
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