So here I sit now entering my forth, or fifth - crap can't remember, year of burning wood and my heating oil has finally run out. I am sure what stuff might be in there is sludgy and old and am in need of filling up the tank enough to get me through three weeks of vacation to warmth and such craziness I might find while traveling. What would you guys do? I can get a min. delivery of 100 gallons (too much and oil will go bad as I burn maybe 30 gallons a year), I can purchase a few 5 gallon containers and put 40 gallons in myself from the local diesel gas station, I heard perhaps Kerosene is what I really want as it burns cleaner and hotter, but can mixing diesel and kerosene be bad? Should I even consider this? It is more costly by about a buck a gallon too. Any help would be appreciated. Called four oil companies (man I don't miss doing that since installing my wood stove) and each gave me such radical differences in prices and what to do. One just said I never really need to purchase bulk oil - just go to station and get enough for the year. Don't get services on the furnace as I am not burning enough to worry about - I will probably just have someone look at it once every 7 or so years. Thoughts? Figure you all helped me so much with the wood I would hit you up for your opinions on this as well. Thanks in advance and happy Thanksgiving to all. Bears.