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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by BrowningBAR, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. BrowningBAR

    BrowningBAR Minister of Fire

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    Finally got her to take the damn blanket off.
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  2. begreen

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    At that temp my missus would have it all off.
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  3. BrowningBAR

    BrowningBAR Minister of Fire

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    It's what I wa shooting for... Not sure what temp I would need to hit to make that happen.
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    My wife would throw me and the stove outside, if I got it that hot. She was moaning about 74 degrees last night.
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  5. BrowningBAR

    BrowningBAR Minister of Fire

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    92 was intentional on my part.
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    I hear ya, my wife sits in the stove room with a sweat shirt on when it's 82 in there. My daughter came for a visit and kept her winter coat on for the whole 3 hours!
  8. BrowningBAR

    BrowningBAR Minister of Fire

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    I hate it when people do that. You're implying that I'm not doing my job and you have now given me a challenge.

    The stoves will continue to be loaded until all coats are removed.
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  9. WellSeasoned

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    @92, my neighbors would be naked:eek: we've hit round' 84 in here. Love wearing shorts when its freezing out!
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    My inlaws were here for the holidays,had to cool the house down into the 70s as they normally freeze in winter and groan its too hot the whole time they are here, just jealous i guess.
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    My family, at least the ones without wood stoves, always complain about it being too hot in here. Of course, they set their thermostats at 64 and wear sweaters all winter. It's all relative, I suppose.
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  12. ScotO

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    NICE!! I've already got a place picked out in front of the hearth for MY wife to take it ALL OFF..........

    Not so sure SHE will agree with that, though.....;)
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    for some reason, it is more comfortable to have unbearably high temps with wood heat. i would be complaining if ever that hot in summer, but winter and 80 degrees somehow feels right. my guess is the lower humidity plays a factor.
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    92 is a bit to warm for me.

    Nice work though.
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    firecracker_77 Minister of Fire

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    at 92, you are overconsuming wood. once in a while to test out the system is ok
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    I guess we cant ask for pics on that one! High temps and a fine wine and who knows? Happy trails
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    First fire if the season today. Its about 35 outside. Living room 77, Wife starts to undress somewhere in the 80s.
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  18. ScotO

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    Well, lets go........GET SOME MORE WOOD ON THAT FIRE AND OPEN UP THE DRAFT A BIT!!!
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    Wife is not shy around the house, runs around naked all the time from the bath to the bedroom.Unless theres a guest here.Im not complainin at 47 still looks 35 and about 120lbs But I guess thats too much information.
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  20. ScotO

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    I guess the "pics or it didn't happen" rule doesn't apply here, either? >>;)
    Mine would be the same way, if it wasn't for the kids being here.
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    95 in my stove room right now. 82 in adjacent bar /finished Bsmt. High 70s in the floor above. Stove turned all the way down.
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    She will if that room is done by Christmas!:)

    Gary
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  23. ScotO

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    ;lol;lol;lol JUST ANOTHER REASON TO BUST MY AZZ AND GET IT DONE! !!!:eek:::-);)
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    90's is common in the stove room, the cat and I love it, the wife it depends on the time of the month ;em . I'm usually not wearing much in there but don't know how the cat can stand keeping his fur coat on. Usually 90's in the stove room makes the living room mid 70's and the bedrooms with the door cracked the same. I forget who said it but the "if she's wearing clothes it's time to throw another log on" works for me. It's kind of a challenge to me.
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    no kids around here. 70 degrees gets the clothes coming off on the wife, anything above that the slider opens and the whole house fan comes on until its back down to 68 degrees. she is hot blooded, no pics available.....

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