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Slowly building up my stash.....a little bit at a time!

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by ivanhoe, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Feeling the Heat

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    Just finished unloading some Trebio's that i found at a great price, 62-40lbs bags along with 66-17lbs bags for $175. This tops up along with the 33-40lbs bags of Mcfeeters from 2 months ago. Always pays to keep your eyes and ears open for bargains. Now my stash is just over 3tons with the remainder of last year's stash. Awaiting for the Haliburton's super premium pellets which should be available in the late part of the summer to top off my winter heating requirements. And the search continues..........
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  2. Defiant

    Defiant Vermont Castings Geek

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    We need pics!!!!
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  3. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Feeling the Heat

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    There you go, pic it did happen!

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  4. moey

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    never seen a 17lb pellet bag I learn something new everyday
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    johneh Feeling the Heat

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    Where did you find a price like that?
    Works out to $1.36 a bag over the 128 Bags
    or$1.95 per 40 lbs. If my math is right.
    Nice
  6. 343amc

    343amc Feeling the Heat

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    We'll have to remember the 17 pounders when he's burning 4 bags a day next winter. :)

    Good find.
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  7. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Feeling the Heat

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    It was only a once in a lifetime deal but made a new connection for other once in a lifetime deals!
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    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Nice, Way to keep the pig status in good standing's! ;)

    My worst day was approx 100 pounds burned. So 14.2 bags. But it might be a bit easier on the ol' back? :(
  9. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Feeling the Heat

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    And another 40 bags hauled in the van:p . This time they're Isabella softwood's, I hope they're good. $4.49 a bag which comes to $225/ton which is good for us Canucks.
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    Me and Lancelot are on our way!!!!!!!!
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  11. ivanhoe

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    I'll be waiting with beers in hand >> , should be a good deterrent!
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    We love beer!!!!!!!
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    Don't forget food, Might be a long trip ya know!
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    Ok, I'll leave a bowl of pellets on the floor;)
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