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30 degrees outside

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by DianeB, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. raybonz

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  2. nate379

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    Would be nice if it was warm like that here. High of maybe 20*
  3. raybonz

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    Tuff climate there Nate! It was 22 degrees here when I left this morning but over 70 throughout the house. Your home is probably super insulated to cope with the cold there I would imagine..

    Stay Warm!
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  4. corey21

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    It was 30 this morning here.
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  6. charly

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    24 degrees here, just the Esse keeping us warm. Leaving the oven door open doubles the heat output. Amazing. Tomorrow 2 friends are coming over to help set my new FireView on my newly built hearth pad. Hopefully my break-in fires will be done before the weekend.
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  7. rideau

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    I would die if my house was 89. Would be tempted to break the ice in the lake and go for a swim.;) To me, the perfect temperature, inside or out, is 71-74.
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  8. nate379

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    Nah. Just interesting how different the temps are. I've been heating 24/7 for about a month.
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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    We have been for three days. Fifteen degrees below normal here. Don't remember the last time that happened in November. Giving back that wood I saved with the mild winter last year.
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    Hang on. A big warmup forecast. We are supposed to hit 60 or higher by Sunday. Hopefully that will not last. Not good to have it that warm for firearm deer season which starts next Thursday.
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    Maine is already in full deer season...I already got mine. :)
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    Good for you milleo. Archery season is still going here. Regular firearms is always Nov 15-30. After that, more archery, muzzleloader and a special doe season.
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    Looks like the weather man missed the forecast it is 43 outside And i started the mag thinking it was going to get colder faster tonight and now it is 83 in here.
  14. charly

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    It's snowing here, ground is slightly covered. Just in time to fire up the FireView tomorrow. Just got done installing the bottom and back heat shields. Also put some copper anti-sieze on the loading door pins and hinge faces. Wow she's a beauty sitting on my newly built hearth. Glad I built it big. A lot of room on the loading door side for wood. Checked my draft with a stick match, sucking the flame right up and the smoke once the match goes out. Should be good to go. Even the wife wasn't to fond of the Gothic look of the stove , but now that it's in place she's liking Mr FireView. I'll post some pictures tomorrow, I know,,, no pictures it didn't happen;lol
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