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Is your stove running?

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by karri0n, Feb 5, 2009.

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  1. karri0n

    karri0n New Member

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    Then you better go catch it!!!! BAHAHAHAHA! :snake: :lol: :snake: :lol: :snake: :lol: :snake: :lol: :snake: :lol: :snake: :lol:


    Serously, though, post pics of your stove/hearth in the "on" setting.

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  2. Highbeam

    Highbeam Minister of Fire

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    Okay. You want to see fire or furniture? Stoves cruising at 400 or 450 in the pic. Cottonwood.

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  3. moondoggy

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    cute pic highbeam....
    but i feel bad for that lonely split.. thow it in quick.
  4. jlow

    jlow Feeling the Heat

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    Taken 5 minutes ago. Hearthstone Equinox ( installed three weks ago)

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    Highbeam Minister of Fire

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    Holy smokes Jlow, you stuck that thing right in the middle of the room. Is that a TV in the old hearth? I love the wood.

    I always seem to end up with one leftover split on the hearth that didn't fit in the firebox when I restoke. I leave it there to prewarm. It trembles in fear while watching it's buddy's burn.
  6. jlow

    jlow Feeling the Heat

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    The fireplace is now used for grilling in the winter months. TV is near where I took the pictures from.
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    jlow - that's a nice looking room - it's not often you see a stove in the middle of a room but I bet that throws the heat everywhere you need it.
    That stove compliments the room - my buddy bought a Hearthstone at the end of last season and he's loving it this year.
    I've found that when we are in front of the T.V. and the stove , I tend to watch the stove more - it's relaxing.

    Rob
  8. Tarmsolo60

    Tarmsolo60 Feeling the Heat

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    Installed January 2008, ignore the ladder out the right window

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  9. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

    Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle Minister of Fire

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    LOL !! I have one of those outside my window :coolsmirk:

    A work in progress


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    That's a lovely room, OP !!
  10. WOODBUTCHER

    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    WoodButcher's setup.......My Oslo Humming away at 625 with a good batch of hickory.

    WB

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    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    Hey Highbean,
    Looks like we both still have to go HI-DEF, my sets about 13 years old.
    Nice setup btw, kids seem to be content .....all they need now is a little popcorn.

    WB
  12. karri0n

    karri0n New Member

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    Ok, the name of the thread was "is your stove running", not "post pictures of your Equinox"! J/K I guess lots of people are grabbing those Equinoxes. Great pics so far everyone, maybe I'll get around to posting mine tonight once I get the damper installed.
  13. jlow

    jlow Feeling the Heat

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    Woodbutcher, Nice set-up. I am thinking of building a woodbox to sit behind my stove. I would like to keep it as close to the stove as possible. What is yours made of?
  14. Highbeam

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    You've got a sharp eye. Yes, that CRT is over 10 years old and 27" but it is built into the cabinets. To get an equivalent height HD-TV it would need to be way too wide for the built in cubby or be a tiny screen. I hate to think about tearing out all of the cabinets or even about bolting a big TV to the face of them all since it is in a corner it won't be pretty.
  15. daveswoodhauler

    daveswoodhauler Minister of Fire

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    nothin wrong with a little "low def" tv..kicking it here old school.....me thinkin I am the only one in my town with an old school set. Why pay the price for a few more pixels? :)
  16. bsruther

    bsruther Minister of Fire

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    Here it is.
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    kenny chaos Minister of Fire

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    No Hi-Def here either.

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    The old fireplace looks like the perfect place to store firewood.

    peace,
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    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    I made it out of an old barn door.

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    bsruther Minister of Fire

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    I have a 15 yr old crt tv in the living room that I have to beat with my fist before I can get a decent picture and I have an ugly stove in my garage, but down here in the cave...HD

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    rphurley Feeling the Heat

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    A Christmas time pic to get you back in the spirit!

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    My BABY, a CB 1200. i Love her! she has kept me warm when it was FIFTY BELOW outside! Couldnt believe it. my brother was complaining how his oil furnace never quit running! Said his house just didnt wanna warm up! (it was like 30-50 below for two weeks straight!) I burned some serious pellet running Full Blast day in and out, stoped twice for cleaning. Anywas, hope u enjoyed the pic!

    By the way, All u guys have BEAUTIFUL set-ups!

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    wow thats a nice room .
  24. karri0n

    karri0n New Member

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    WB and Jlow are my favorites. you guys have some REALLY nice setups/taste
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    karri0n New Member

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    Where are you going with this one? As in he's wasting heat, or, ???
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