procured next years pellets

daffonce Posted By daffonce, Jun 13, 2013 at 9:42 PM

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  1. daffonce

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    So I pulled the trigger and purchased next years pellets supply. I bought 5 tons of american wood fibers softwood pellets. They burnt great very low ash and lots of heat. They arrive monday and are destined for my basement. I burnt 4 tons total this year from xmas till june so figured a fifth ton was in order
     
  2. smoke show

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    whats wrong with this picture? oh that's it. NO pictures. must have never happened.
     
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    Smoke, They don't come until monday. Hopefully he posts a pic then! ;)
     
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    I'm a donkey. I read the title, get excited and open the thread and bam... no pics.

    hopefully Monday we'll have some visual stimulation. ;)
     
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    A smart one! AKA smart a$$! :p
     
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    I've sent you some visual stimulation;)
     
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    So the pellets have arrived. Time to start the transfer to the basement. Now for the non descript picture as to nit giveaway my locatiin.
     
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    Take your time moving those pellets down those stairs. I trust you have worked out some sort of system to save your back. Wife and I moved 3 tons last year from outside to inside the garage. Took us three hours with frequent rest periods. We are both seniors and neither one of us move fast.
     
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    Here is the pic.
     

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    Luckily no stairs. Just move from one side of house (driveway) to the other side that has a walkout door. Then back the length of the house to their new home in unfinished section of . I use a wheel barrow. I do a ton a day pretty easily. Wife will help this year as she isnt pregnant this year.
     
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