"The Official Show Off Your Hearth Thread"

ColdNH Posted By ColdNH, Feb 25, 2010 at 5:50 PM

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  1. ColdNH

    ColdNH
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    Not sure if this has been done before, I didn't find anything like this under the search function.

    I figured it would be cool to have a thread for everyone to post up pictures of their stove/hearth setups.

    Ill start
     

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  2. Adios Pantalones

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    Nice! I love red brick. That dog looks like a horse in that pic. Too cute.
     
  3. NWfuel

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    I could come up with some medals made of a combustable nature. Pay out the top three vote getters and you all do the judging. I will send the prizes.
    Oh ya they will be Super Cedars! 100 for 1st, 72 for 2nd, 30 for 3rd.

    Thomas
     
  4. wendell

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    With the Fireview

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    and with the Morso

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  5. wendell

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    Oops, that's kinda embarrassing. Amazing how much stuff shows up when you are using a flash in a room that's usually pretty dark.
     
  6. NWfuel

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    Winners will have to be verified through Ernie and Young for authenticity, or maybe the Mods!
    Thomas
     
  7. jlow

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    Installed 1/2009. My first stove.
     

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  8. KevinK

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    Here's our recent addition to the family :)

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  9. MeLikeUmFire

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    Sep 17, 2009
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    Lapeer, Michigan
    Installed 12/2009
     

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  10. CTBurner

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  11. Flatbedford

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    Installed 5/09
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  12. Troutchaser

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    KevinK
    Looks like you're running 1000deg. on that flue Condar. Nice setups here. Love the pups.
    I sometimes get by with letting the alley cat in to enjoy the fire, but the dog isn't allowed in. He eats firewood.
     
  13. Adios Pantalones

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    Note the big crock full of birch bark as firestarter to the left.

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    And this just because it makes me laugh

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  14. Todd

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    Here's both of mine.
     

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  15. argus66

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    this is from x mass most recent pic i have. that is blarney bulldog!!!!
     

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  16. stanleyjohn

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    The Glass needs a cleaning
     

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  17. Diesel73

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  18. NWfuel

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    Light it so I can make it my screen saver.
     
  19. Diesel73

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    I've been meaning to get a quality pic with a fire going.
     
  20. jharkin

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    Do we get extra credit for multiple hearths? ;)

    Main hearth is the VC encore cat we inherited with the house. The old fireplace its in is odd as its laid out like a colonial cooking fireplace but the hearth opening iteself is way too small for that. And its in a later addition to the house so we know its not that old. I'm fairly sure the beehive ovens worked at some point though judging by the soot blackening inside them.
     

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  21. jharkin

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    The other two hearths, in the den (TV room) and master bedroom. They both are functional, but obviously only used occasianly for ambiance :)
     

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  22. Vic99

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    My setup.
     

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  23. Vic99

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    and the dog
     

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  24. craigs

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    Bought used earlier this month, this '80s Blaze King "King" replaced one that my parents bought new for this house. I bought the house from my parents in late 2001 but dad had sold the stove not knowing I'd end up with the house. He rented the house for a year while I lived in Ohio for my first job and was afraid the renters might burn the house down. Now dad and I are having fun reliving the good old days of going for wood on Saturdays and finding out just how hot we can get the basement. Oh, and the German Shepherd doesn't like the metal creaking/cracking/screetching sounds so he stays upstairs.
     

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  25. wolfkiller

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    Here is my only source of heat for 1500 sq ft in Salcha Alaska.

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