Thank God For WoodStoves

katwillny Posted By katwillny, Feb 8, 2013 at 3:12 PM

  1. Beer Belly

    Beer Belly
    Minister of Fire

    Oct 26, 2011
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    I lived on Waller Ave for a few years.....I would drive my car to school everyday.....up to the top of Waller, park, and cross the street to OHS.....my Cousin is a retired detective in Sleepy Hollow.....iIworked a few years at Marymount Convent.....march in the Tarrytown VFW Drum Corps......small world
     
  2. katwillny

    katwillny
    Guest

    hahaha, funny stuff. I probably know your cousin, I know most of those cops. When I was a kid theyd come to our schools and talk to us and as i got older they would literally take the keys away from me and drive me home when I'd get too toasty in the pubs. Many times theyd bring me home to my mom and ask her to put me in bed and yell at me in the morning. hahaha. good stuff. i worked in marymount as a 14 and 15 year old as a dishwasher in the main hall.Thats another great thing about this forum, not only do you connect with people from yours past but you also get to meet and learn about new good people. Ill say it again, Thank God for Wood Stoves.!!!
     
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  3. metalsped

    metalsped
    Feeling the Heat

    Jul 24, 2011
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    In the slight space between dark and light
    We got about 24" here, with 5' drifts everywhere. We lucked out, never losing power, heat, or anything... but I sure can't wait for true independence when I finally decide on a stove. For next winter, come hell or high water.
     

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