Let there be fire....

ourhouse Posted By ourhouse, Oct 14, 2006 at 12:38 AM

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  1. ourhouse

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    Well we passed inspection yesterday and now tonight it is lit. Just in time for a cold weekend!
     

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  2. RoosterBoy

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    way to go man congrats nice setup enjoy :)
     
  3. elkimmeg

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    So excited about the stove you are still wearing the company shirt looks great and teach you helper fire safety and good stove opperations
     
  4. ourhouse

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    Thanks guys! Just wondering how long the smell of stove paint lasts?
     
  5. begreen

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    Is it just me or is that first picture a bit suggestive? Looks like he's holding on to dad's log. Whoopsee, that's an armrest. Doh.

    Nice install earth and just in time. Enjoy the warmth.
     
  6. RoosterBoy

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    enjoy that new smell :) it's not that bad mine only lasted 2 fires
     
  7. MALogger

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    Nice install JH. I am jealous, I gotta get something hooked up too.
    Congrats!

    Craig
     
  8. JAred

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    I was going to say something but you did it for me!

    Have fun with that new stove!
     
  9. BrotherBart

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    Congrats guy. Time to stop just whacking them for somebody else and to start heating your house with'em.

    Methinks you won't have a problem finding firewood.
     
  10. DonCT

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    Yipee!!!! Lot and lots'o'fire pics :)

    Very nice install!!!!
     
  11. Sandor

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    Good Job.

    Where is the pic with you holding a celebratory beer?

    Or was that an Irish Coffee?
     
  12. cogger

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    I should have warned you on your other thread about this or perhaps you knew. Some of that black stove pipe will heat up and smoke some enamel off on your first fire. Open that window behind. If not done yet, stoke it up a little and do it now so no future surprises occur when you are not home
     
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