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Video of my new stove

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by RoosterBoy, Oct 14, 2006.

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  1. RoosterBoy

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  2. heydan

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    Excellent. I gave it five stars. It has a wood stove AND dogs in it!
  3. GVA

    GVA Minister of Fire

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    Very nice setup... And had a good soundtrack too :p
    The pups remind me of mine where they carry the dish around to remind us that the world does revolve around them.... ;-) But at this time of year it is evident that all dogs (including yours) love to enjoy the warmth of the fire....... :smirk:
    Nice job on the video..
  4. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Great video Jason. Thanks for taking the time to make it.
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    caveman tv, love it. 5stars.
    nice job.
    What is the name of the firestarter block you use?
  6. RoosterBoy

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    i sent you a pm
  7. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Oh, so now we are keeping secrets here are we?
  8. RoosterBoy

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    well i just saw someone on here selling fire starters and i don't want to hurt anyone's business so i prefer if you want to really know what i use just pm me out of respect for nw-fules.

    thanks
    Jason
  9. webbie

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    I'm gonna move video and pic to the Pictures area just to keep this as informational as possible....

    And, all brands are go here, so don't worry about mentioning a brand of anything....even Volegazzxainbskm,jgakjjhgghagang.g.g,g.g..g.g.g.g.g.
  10. CountryGal

    CountryGal Feeling the Heat

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    Did the temperature gauge come with the stove? I think I'd like to have one.
  11. RoosterBoy

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    no i bought it i am going to buy another for the top of the stove. it was only $15 i think if you have a wood stove everyone should have one.

    thanks
    Jason
  12. CountryGal

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    Just ordered one! Is there a specific location (ie--12" above stove top) that I should place it?
  13. RoosterBoy

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    i put mine at 16 inch above the stove top
  14. Roospike

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    Great Vid there Jason . I'm a thinking your an addict now ...........Welcome to the pack.
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    northwinds Minister of Fire

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    Excellent video. My six-year old son and I just watched it as an alternative to Spongebob. I was much happier, and he seemed mesmerized also. Nice set-up. Very informational and entertaining.
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    Yea, awesome video. Thanks so very much for taking your time to make it and share with us!!!!!

    I think we need to change the forum name to The Perfect Picture/Video :p
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    i am glad you all liked it and don i suggested the same thing to change to pictures/videos :) stay tuned next weekend where i will make a video of some chainsaw action and mull wood splitting. then i will do another video on how to and how NOT to clean a chimney this one should be fun :) and i will also do a instructional video on how to pile your wood the hh style.

    I'm tempted to buy a better video editing software right now i am using movie maker that came with windows xp when i bought it.
    but i think i will save my money and buy a mac it comes free with imovie or i something like that.

    hay and if you guys want to learn how to weld i could do a video for you on stick and tig welding :) if you think of anything else let me know.

    thanks
    Jason
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    Hey, where's our new CavemanTV video? More! More!
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    i will give you all some new video next weekend i hurt myself real bad and wet to the doctors this week i thought i had a hernia. i was splitting wood with my 6 pound mull and i had to whack and whack the hell out of it to get it to split wood. well i ended up in allot of pain and the doctors gave me some muscle relaxer. I NEED A DAM SPLITTER :) i hope by next week i feel better and i will make you all a new video.

    thanks
    Jason
  20. CountryGal

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    Jason, sorry to hear you hurt yourself. Get some rest and get well.
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    thank you i hope you are enjoying your new stove it came out real nice :)
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    Take it easy. I saw your stack o'logs and thats alot to split by hand. By yourself a splitter then sell a cord or two to recoup some of your costs
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    I noticed you leave the front door cracked while starting. Is that okay to do?
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    If you are going to have a lot of fun with video, a mac is definitely the ticket - even that mini-mac will do a great job and comes with software, etc.
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    I finally had a chance to watch...Great video. The install looks very nice too.
    I just hope I am able to start and run my insert as easily once it's in.
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