Well, almost!! With the super warm weekend we had, I let the fire go the whole way down both Saturday and Sunday ......but rekindled it each evening with a couple of splits. Yesterday morning, I threw on a couple small splits of ash and told my wife to let it go out.......reluctantly. But I figured I may as well consider starting our spring shoulder season (nightly or bi-nightly fires). We've had a continuous fire since late October in the 1900p, so technically this would be our second fire. But to my surprise, when I came home from work, there was still a handful of hot coals in the stove, and she was complaining how "cold" the house was (for Pete's sake it was down to a bone-chilling 69° in the house!). So I got some pine kindling and restarted it to keep her happy. So I'm STILL on my winter burn, after all!! With temps dropping again for at least the remainder of the week or longer, looks like the stove will still be working 24/7 for a while longer.