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The wood shop stove

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by NH_Wood, Dec 18, 2011.

  1. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    Put in an old stove in the wood shop. Traded with a good buddy for a cord of ash (he needed wood bad). Throws some good heat and keeps the shop toasty. Photo of the shop in pic 1 and stove in pic 2. I've only been burning very dry pine in the stove. Cheers!

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  2. WellSeasoned

    WellSeasoned Guest

    Thats a purdy stove. It'll be nice to work in the warmth. Did you have any heat in there previously?
  3. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    There was an old, very similar stove that used to sit in the same spot - you can just barely see it outside the shop door. Hadn't been used in a long time. Cheers!
  4. oldspark

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    That is nice, what a great place to "hide" out for the day.
  5. remkel

    remkel Minister of Fire

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    Ah, another hiding place for me to visit in town- nice score on the stove!
  6. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    Anytime Remi! Cheers, Jacques.
  7. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Wow. That was a super trade! Very nice.
  8. cmonSTART

    cmonSTART Minister of Fire

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    Looks good! I'm installing a Vig in my wood shop currently. What did you use for the hearth?
  9. fishingpol

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    Very nice. I need to get me a slice of NH some day.
  10. NH_Wood

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    Just some cinder block - 6 blocks if I remember right. For in the front n/s and two e/w in the back. Cheers!
  11. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    I grew up in MA, but love NH a lot more - fits my conservative nature! Cheers!
  12. remkel

    remkel Minister of Fire

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    Better hurry up- those pieces are going fast! Moved up here 6 years ago (NH_Wood and I live in the same town)- best move I ever made. Would love to talk more, but I have to drive out without my seatbelt and light off some fireworks. :)
  13. remkel

    remkel Minister of Fire

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    How is that shop stove treating you?
  14. cmonSTART

    cmonSTART Minister of Fire

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    Shop stoves are the best. I just had mine running this evening.
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    tfdchief Minister of Fire

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    I could live in that place! Nice! Looks cozy
  16. remkel

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    Well, I have been meaning to build me a shed.........perhaps a shop might be better...hmmmm
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    cmonSTART Minister of Fire

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    You have a pretty nice basement.... It would make a great shop with the addition of some tools and equipment!
  18. lukem

    lukem Minister of Fire

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    You have a beautiful piece of property there. That's a "real" shop, not a garage like mine. Reminds me a lot of where I grew up.

    That tree next to it looks like it may have to come down soon, or it could just be the angle. Looks like it is touching the roof overhang.

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