I thought it would fit....

mattjm1017 Posted By mattjm1017, Feb 1, 2013 at 9:55 PM

  1. madison

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    Brother Bart,

    What is rule #1?

    And 3 and higher should be enlightening.
     
  2. BrotherBart

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    If you put a full load of fresh wood on top of a hot coal bed in a stove over 400 degrees it will give you pause to reflect and a very interesting next hour or two in your house.
     
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    Yeah the future wife says I lost my boyish hands and now they are like lumber jack hands! LOL
     
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  4. eclecticcottage

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    Been there...and was glad the stove is right by the sliding doors.

    Coconut oil is good for dry skin and it doesn't have a girly smell to it. Actually I don't think it smells like anything really.
     
  5. mattjm1017

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    I think the biggest problem was when I realized it wouldn't fit with everything else in there I kept trying to make it fit. I was using the poker to try and shift logs and coals around finally had to give up and make the smoking smoldering run. I guess it was the competitiveness in me trying to win against an object that cant be beaten.
     
  6. jdp1152

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    Haul wood with your feet. Problem solved. Post the video when you try it.
     

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