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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by fossil, Feb 22, 2009.
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60 this past January.
Not too broken down.
i'm 14, i think i am the only one on this site under 20!
42 but that's just a number....act like 18
Turned 32 back in December, and to be honest I never thought I'd see 32 based on some of my youthful antics. Marriage and kids, however, will firmly ground a man. ;-)
I'll be 50 in a few months, so I clicked 50-59.
Prove it! :coolsmirk: Rick
He had to go to bed and couldn't reply
39.....today! I guess this is my last year in the second bracket. First year with the stove and loving it. Making my 9 year old daughter and 7 year old son fill the wood rack on the weekends...priceless!
Hey- I'm in the prime of my mid-life crisis at 41 !
My dad, at twice my age, can still fell a tree with more skill and certainty than I can, even though I've been following in his path at all that since I was 12.
He only bought a log splitter, to replace, or at least supplement, the maul, when he was 76.
May I do as well as he does as the years go by!
And may I do what most in my family, I am told, do when the time comes, which is to drop, suddenly, in my tracks, while doing things that I enjoy...
The ex-wife says I'm 9 1/2! We were divorced 10 years ago???....???
31 holy moley! 4 kids, wife. Still haven't grown up yet i'm nursing a broken leg from a snowmobile accident so the stove is being well tended. Glad i found this site i have learned alot just by reading all of the posts.
We love winter
I found a more recent pic of Melinda. Rick
She looks good ;-)
Gals half my age at work call me cute which makes me feel like im 30!But my lower back reminds me that im 52 :lol:
I'm well seasoned and without any (visible) signs of rot or mold.
I will be 36 next week and i`m on vacation hahoooooooooo.
turned 48 in november
I'm in the downhill of my forties.....47. Noticing the body changes how it wants to. I try to keep it in check but it seems these days it's a lot more work than it used to be. I love burning wood..going out on a crisp night to get wood to bring into the house and smelling the smoke from the chimmney is a great thing. The season is winding down still cold in Upstate New York 18 today but sunny!
42 last week on the down hill slide
Newbie here.. been reading posts for a while. Happy to say I made the first level by a year (tender age of 29). Glad to find this site.. just purchased my first home in the pine barrens of NJ. My new log cabin needs the gas fireplace out, and a new stove in!
39 Here, but the wife don't think so
Fiddy four years young in April. (with a 45 yr. old hottie in the wings)
56 and happy been burning wood for 26 years
Any more votes? If not, I'm going to say we got our sample, and close the thread tomorrow. Thanks very much to all who participated...I think it's interesting. Rick