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Woodstoves aren't the only way to stay warm in winter. Heres another

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Seasoned Oak, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. Seasoned Oak

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    Found this little gem not far from where we spend part of our winters. Planning to spend a lot more time there soon. This beach front house is About $500 a month US with a year lease, 01-1.jpg 03.jpg 08.jpg 10.jpg front.jpg Island 1.jpg and includes electric, water and a cleaning lady. Hot & Cold water 2 Bd Room, Big Refrigerator
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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    And ya get to party with Flips. Cool.
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    That looks sweet where is it?
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  5. ScotO

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    SO, I didn't see a woodstove in that shack....what gives?? ;):p

    I love trips to the beach (ain't never been to the tropics yet), but after a couple weeks I'm THOROUGHLY ready to come home. I love the mountains, the change of seasons, and my extended family. I wouldn't fair well down in that shack for too long.....
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    Seasoned Oak Minister of Fire

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    About a 30 minute boat ride from a world famous resort island called boracay. In the central Philippine islands.
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    Seasoned Oak Minister of Fire

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    My kids love the beach as do I (uncrowded). I also love diving,snorkeling,sailing,fishing,jet skiing and fires on the beach at night with plenty of cold beer and catching my dinner of lobster,crabs,clam,s fresh from clear,clean waters. Its always a hoot to do this in january and febuary when my friends are shoveling snow and chopping ice back home. We will be putting the kids in cyber school to facilitate winter travel.
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    yeah, I bet that is fun this time of year.....as I look out back into my barren, muddy cold backyard....:(
  9. Seasoned Oak

    Seasoned Oak Minister of Fire

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    Seasoned Oak Minister of Fire

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    I get my fire fix by building fires on the beach at night. For Cooking with a few friends and family and a couple cold ones.
    Most of the beaches iv been to here in the states dont allow fires and you certainly cant rent a beach house for those kind of prices. $600 for a 1 month stay.Includes electric ,water and a weekly cleaning lady .
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    You can buy a whole pig roasted over charcoal for about $50-60 delivered like a pizza still hot and steaming. Although not in 30 minutes. sometimes it 24 hours as it takes about 6 hours to roast. Local fisherman sell their catch every morning, and fresh fruits and veg are available year round
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    Do you get internet?
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    Take some advice from Arnold and stay away from the cleaning lady Yaaa
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    Uh-oh....if not, I see some Hearth.com withdrawal in his future.....

    Symptoms include the driving urge to play with one's own wood........I hope you don't go blind, Seasoned Oak!!;)
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    I see one of its listed attributes is a dirty kitchen.....I can have that at home any time i want:)
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    Probably not on this particular small island. When we stay in the city our favorite hotel suite has high speed Internet. Included. We need that for online banking and the kids cyber school and to keep in touch with family. If you need a dose of home you can order online from Mcdonalds,pizza hut, KFC ect. And have it delivered to your room.Neat.
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    There are other ways to stay warm in winter, but hearth.com rules won't let me post pics of them.
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    Wifey would not go for that for sure.
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    A dirty kitchen is an outside mini kitchen,Think patio sink/countertop to prepare fish and meat for charcoal grill cooking.
    Keeps the mess out of the house.Nice idea. The interior kitchen is reserved for cold beer
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    Nice to do those things on the beach by a fire!!!!!!!!!!!!! In febuary.
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    Wife wont let me go blind without her permission.
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    I like your wife. May I borrow her? ==c
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    Some things i dont share.She keeps me from getting in trouble with the cleaning lady. I share my beer,my seasoned oak ,and you can borrow the cleaning lady. And watch the kids while im down at the beach,doing those things that you cant post on hearth ,com. :)
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    I don't like that water. Fish poo in that water. Plus,...
    If I can't wear insulated Carhartts in Feb., I'm not in the right place.
    It is beautiful though.
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    Deal, but pics first please. ;)

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