So I was up at 3 AM this morning...

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by claybe, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. Woody Stover

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    Or a chunk of soapstone that she can heat on the stove and toss in the bottom of the bed.
    In fifteen minutes she'll be roasting, no matter how cold the room is. :cool:
     
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    We only break that out when it gets pretty cold.
     
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    My cast iron stove stores the heat well...after that time it is still 250 with decent coals, enough to start up without kindling...throw some wood on, all air wide open and whoooosh...off and running again.
     
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    sounds like a soap opera.
     
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    IKEA has a fabulous, feather comforter. It weighs a freaking ton and keeps us warm even when our pipes nearly froze (house was 56 downstairs where the therm is, it was probably 48-50 upstairs). Best part is, it's CHEAP. Goose down is $$$, but feather is not.
     
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