1. Augmister

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    Was surprised that Eastern CT and NW RI got most of the snow from the storm last night. Easily a foot out there. Kept the stove running all night, on low and everything was very toasty, as the power grid here is suspect.
    Have come to the conclusion that the FSU puts out equal heat to the Stove Chow but with less ash. Will grab a ton, once I blow the snow out of the driveway.

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  2. jtakeman

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    As much as I hate the stuff, It sure does look pretty outside now that we have some snow. ;em
     
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  3. chuckster

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    Ah good old Stove Chow. I love it so much I could almost eat it. Well almost?
     
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  4. Coyote_nb_ca

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    got 2 foot in the last days lol and still some white stuff is coming down
     
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  5. boosted3g

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    We got a measly 3 inches of snow. I have been... I mean the kids have been waiting to go sledding.
     
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  6. thedude110

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    About ten inches here. Nice to come into a warm house after pushing snow around for an hour.
     
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  7. DOLLARBILL

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    Feeling the Heat

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    Id say in the last three days almost 2 foot here now the wind is blowing hard and the stove is doing its job nicely !
     
  8. SmokeEater

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    Folks ask where I'm from and when the response is New York, they immediately think of skyscrapers, but if the city got the snow we did from the nor'easter on last Thursday they'd be shut down for a good time to clean all of this white stuff up. twenty inches from the one storm and then 6 more inches on Saturday afternoon.
     
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  9. save$

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    Yes, but I have a camera. I can take some pictures. Now I want the stuff to melt and stay away!
     
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