Pilots are OFF! (Finally...)

DAKSY Posted By DAKSY, Apr 20, 2013 at 7:39 PM

  1. DAKSY

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    No more LP burn til late fall... We still have about 2.5 tons of Cleanfire hardwoods left & if that doesn't keep Susan warm & happy, too bad. Not gonna relight the gas burners & she doesn't know how,,,
     
  2. thewoodlands

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    2.5 should do the trick.
     
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  3. gbreda

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    Well with temps dropping to 14 deg in upper NH and upper 20's to 30 around here tonight, we will all need some kind of heat. Good thing you got that pellet fuel or Susan may be getting out the cast skillet :p
     
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  4. DAKSY

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    Yeah, I was kinda kickin myself this AM. My PC is in the (former) living room, where the QVI-30 is installed. I almost wrapped a blanket around me when I checked emails.
    If it's that way in the AM, my laptop will be on the kitchen table next to Susan's & we'll BOTH enjoy the pellets...
     
  5. gbreda

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    This winter just does not want to shut down around here. Was worried a bit about the perennials that have popped up over the last 2 weeks, but no luckily I dont think my area went below 32.

    BUT, the P68 was firing last evening and then again this morning before work !
     
  6. STOVEGUY11

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    I have three gas fireplaces at my house. Pilots still running. Still cold at night. Can not wait to turn them off! Propane has been expensive this season. This winter will not end!
     

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