What Is In Your Stove Right Now?

Tar12

Minister of Fire
Dec 9, 2016
1,706
Indiana
Same old locust and oak...very nice combo.
 

Diabel

Minister of Fire
Jan 11, 2008
3,070
Ottawa, ON
Back at the lake this weekend, playing with the Princess. Seven splits of basswood should provide decent heat til tomorrow afternoon. Still unseasonably warm here. Calling for 8-10” of snow tomorrow. Then A bit of a normal Jan temps starting Mon. Loaded the VC with sugar maple before leaving the city.
 

heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,760
Kirtland Ohio
We had temps in the mid 40's today but the rain and snow moved in so we are back to the 30's now. Cedar splits and ash feeding both stoves.
 

Diabel

Minister of Fire
Jan 11, 2008
3,070
Ottawa, ON
Reloaded the Princess about an hr ago with hemlock and white birch splits. We actually got 16-17 inches of wet snow. The trees are not liking it. DA09FF32-AC93-4998-92AE-ABF2E5005273.jpeg
 
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Gearhead660

Minister of Fire
Dec 20, 2018
613
Southern WI
Back from the new arrival; got us a little boy (1st kid) hectic times. Weather during day unusually warm 40-50s almost hit 60 our first day back I heard of for this month. Should be cold again in a week. Low tonight headed for teens. Trusty pine saves the night again.

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Congrats! First is hectic, after a couple your a seasoned veteran.
 
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Gearhead660

Minister of Fire
Dec 20, 2018
613
Southern WI
Was in 30s yesterday. Only running the insert. Load of elm last night, filled with pine this morning. Installed a better blockoff plate and it seems to be heating better. Carried the load last night and only lost 2 degrees.
 

MoDoug

Feeling the Heat
Feb 3, 2018
403
NE Missouri
Have some locust, oak and walnut going tonight. First fire since thursday, but that's because we were gone for a couple days. So far, it's been a very mild winter here.

@MMH, congratulations on the new arrival, exciting times in your household!
 

Gearhead660

Minister of Fire
Dec 20, 2018
613
Southern WI
Fired up the Tundra yesterday. Loaded with oak and elm before I left for work this morning.
 

heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,760
Kirtland Ohio
Ash and walnut with some cedar splits here and there to keep the house warm temps have not been to bad in the upper 20's at night and 30's during the day.