First fire pictures

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  1. DonCT

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    Ahhhhhhhh, a chilly night, warm fire :)

    With it around 38 lastnight, it was about 77 in my living room and about 68 in the upstairs.............WITHOUT THE ELECTRIC HEAT ON!!!!!!!!!

    I really cannot wait for winter now :)
     

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    Not as pretty as some of the other flame pics, but I'm working on it.
     

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    Dang that's a good looking stove!
     
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    Welcome to our burning comunity Is that a cat stove or a cat near the stove?
    Nice job. IT's Sam Adams time, me Still building my front deck
     
  5. DonCT

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    hehehehe, she thinks it's her new hide out ;)

    So I guess you could call it a Cat model..........

    On a side note, where would be the best place to pick up a thermometer for the top of the stove? I see them online for between $15-20.
     
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    232 ;)
     
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    That's a real beauty Don.

    On the tile, is that grout that hasn't been cleaned off or sheetrock dust? If grout, I think you'l be wanting to do that soon. It's meant to be cleaned off right away.
     
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    Yea, it's mostly grout. I just need to scrub the last bit of film off.
     
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    Nice Don. Keep the install pics coming. I can't wait to see it when the walls are done. Nice choice of stove and very nice work on the tile! Came out great. I can REALLY appreciate how much work went into that tile after doing mine.
     
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    beautiful setup Don! You will have to let everyone know how things are going in the dead of winter. Its nice you have plenty of time to do it the way you want.
     
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