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Winter Survival Kit!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by drewboy, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. drewboy

    drewboy New Member

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    This is how I deal with the long NH winter.

    This website is the best...

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  2. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    Yes sir your going to make it for sure!
  3. btj1031

    btj1031 New Member

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    Nice setup. How many cords do you put through that stove in a winter?
  4. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    very nice....
  5. drewboy

    drewboy New Member

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    I just bought this stove last fall and didn't burn 24/7 last year - only burned Thursday or Friday thru the weekends, probably went thru about 2 cords last winter - if that.
    I only spent $500 on clearance at a local shop - so far seems to be an awesome deal - lists for just over $1000 now.
    My only issue is that the firebox is pretty small so logs have to be 17" or smaller to get any considerable burn time but it seems to be pretty efficient, I've only been burning wood for 3 seasons now and I'm officially addicted...
  6. moondoggy

    moondoggy New Member

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    it looks like,
    'once the piles are gone.. i burn the fence'

    very sweet, and very well kept, you can stand next to mine anytime.
  7. the_dude

    the_dude Feeling the Heat

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    I love the look of your set up. The brick work is quite attractive. Stay warm...
  8. drewboy

    drewboy New Member

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    I use the fence to hide behind when I've spent too much time around the wood pile and my wife's lookin' for me... :cheese:
  9. BJ64

    BJ64 Minister of Fire

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    That is a cozy little set up. It looks real attractive.
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