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Good way to start a Saturday

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by MTMike, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. MTMike

    MTMike New Member

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    Duff Beer lounge pants, slippers, a cup of coffee, hot fire and good reading on the iPad

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  2. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    Been drinking coffee this a.m. too. Dogs out and fed.....everyone's chillin'.
    Just the same ol', same ol' around here. Gotta' go, stove needs more wood.;)
  3. swagler85

    swagler85 Minister of Fire

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    I did the same but when I to up this am I put too much in the stove now all the doors are open to cool it off
  4. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    No fire at bedtime last night, house at 63 this am, and a light rain. The outside temp has held at about 40-42 all morning but it feels chillier.
    Put in 2 Maple splits at 10:30, and they'll probably be gone by noon. Keeping the house nice and comfortable in the meantime.:cool:
    Stove is at 450 and holding.....so far.
  5. woodchip

    woodchip Minister of Fire

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    Typical November day here, so burned bits of pallet wood through the day, now it's time to sit down and enjoy a romantic evening by the fire.

    Couple of nice cherry splits just went in, we are roasting potatoes in the dutch oven on top, and will be putting pork chops on to cook shortly.

    Stove top sitting at 475f, 41f outside, 77f inside. Nearly dark outside at a quarter past four.

    But who cars about how dark it is outside when the smell of roasting potatoes is wafting about inside ;)
  6. corey21

    corey21 Minister of Fire

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    Nice looks relaxing.
  7. Gark

    Gark Minister of Fire

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    The stove is asleep here with high temp's in mid 60's today and tomorrow near 70. Got (likely the last of) alot more leaves off the lawn and onto the compost heap. Drinking a coffee right now- thank goodness this stuff was invented (discovered).
  8. chvymn99

    chvymn99 Minister of Fire

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    Glad someone is getting to enjoy it like that. That almost looks relaxing. Enjoy.
  9. OhioBurner©

    OhioBurner© Minister of Fire

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    Well lets see, got up at 4am to go to work. Not so good of a day here, lol. Didnt have enough time to load the stove, but the house was at 66F and it was suppose to get to about that outside today so I didnt have to.
  10. Mrs. Krabappel

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    duff beer jammies?? where did you get those?
  11. MTMike

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    Santa had them under tree with a tag named to me a few years ago. :)

    18 degrees outside, 74 inside, 450 on the front of the stove.

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