Gentlemen... start your stoves!

kilarney Posted By kilarney, Sep 9, 2008 at 5:29 PM

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  1. kilarney

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    Here we go! Cold weather in northern Vermont for the next couple of days. Looks like tonight or tomorrow my stove will make the first burn of the season.

    I remember last spring when the regulars said that the forum would be done until fall. I guess that never happened!

    This is my first full year with a pellet stove. Even if oil drops, I'm still very happy that I have another option.
     
  2. j00fek

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    mid 40's here for next couple of days.

    still have to install dad's nps40 hah
     
  3. MainePellethead

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    gonna be in the mid to high 40's here too.......but most likely wont be firing up the stove. To early! lol
     
  4. control1

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    Here in PA its still in the 80s I suppose I could light it and throw some water on it would make a great turkish bath
     
  5. MainePellethead

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    Its nice here during the day.....but nights are cooling down pretty good. But still resisting on the stove for as long as we can
     
  6. Sting

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    as I posted on this subject on the corn burn site

    When the WPO factor becomes unbearable, or she berates me at least three times that she is cold, or I begin to see signs of someone sneaking an electric heater out of the closet.

    then Ill lite baby boiler

    Till then - she can bake something or we can discuss the bed warming thread again! Rolling Eyes

    I like it when they beg and or offer
     
  7. Steveo

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    I have already burned like two bags so far this year lol. I keep telling my wife I just want to make sure it works good lol. I am a pyro and I cant help myself.
     
  8. wb2bhc

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    You're a "piro" when you burn the stove and air conditioning at the same time.
     
  9. Steveo

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    The first burn was with the AC on and the windows open
     
  10. strangemainer

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    Kilarney, im right there with ya! Im so pumped to finally have a stove, im firing it up tonight (mid to upper 30's here on wednesday night/thursday morning)
    BTW, upstate VT is BEAUTIFUL. I went to Coventry for the last Phish gig. WOW.
     
  11. kilarney

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    Well... the stove finally kicked on in the wee hours of the morning last night. It looks like the weather is warming up, so it probably won't come on again for a little while. But for now... the 2008/2009 heating season has officially kicked off.
     
  12. imacman

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    If my stove goes on before the middle of October, I'm NOT going to be happy....as much as I want to see the fire dancing in the firepot, I also don't want to burn ANY type of fuel any sooner than needed. :coolmad:
     
  13. Xena

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    Nah, that would qualify for a dumbass with more $$ than brains. :lol:



    My stove isn't going on until it's cold enough to need it since I run it 24/7.
    Has to be steady outside temps in mid 40's for it to go below 70 inside.
    I have some oil in the tank to take the chill off if we get cold days here and there
    before the real stuff sets in.
     
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