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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by DAKSY, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. DAKSY

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    Thanks for the link Bob, nice read. Unsurprisingly the anti-wood crowd is hitting the comment section already.
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    Webbie was that you debunking the anti wood commentators?
    :)
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    Looked like some nice and dry wood. Glad to see the article and had no idea that more people heat with wood than with propane.
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    Yep.....
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    The unfortunate guy in the article's picture will have to make quite a few trips, at an armload per trip, to get that cord together.

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