Tuesday night was our first night with no fire for this year. This is early for us for sure. Normally it is late March or into April until we let the stove go cold. But we had 2 days above 60 degrees and simply did not need the heat. I would not have had a fire last night except since my wife had surgery she seems to get cold easy. It is usually the other way around in that I determine when it is cold enough to have a fire in the stove. But while she heals, we will pamper her for sure. Still, we went over 30 hours without a fire in the stove. Ah, spring is not far away.....I hope. Sadly the temperature has been falling all day and yes, there is a fire in the Fireview and we'll probably keep it going a couple more days before the next round of warm air hits. I hope there are many others who have been able to let the stove cool and perhaps some took advantage of the warm air to get chimneys cleaned or at least checked them. It is also a good time to take inventory on the wood pile. Do you have next winter's wood split and stacked?