What Is In Your Stove Right Now?

MMH

Feeling the Heat
Jan 21, 2019
340
NV
Today was about the same highs in the mid 30s with the feels like in the 20s, pine and couple pieces of juniper today. Tonight headed for somewhere around 10, will be mostly juniper tonight maybe a piece of mahogany maybe a piece of pine
 

fvhowler

Member
May 4, 2018
82
Heart of NC
Nothing. Stove got a good cleaning today. Temps have been in the 70s this week in south central NC. Burning season not quite over as the roller coaster temps will start which is typical for March. Probably burn Friday and Saturday.
 

Zombie

Member
Dec 21, 2020
65
NC
Nothing. Stove got a good cleaning today. Temps have been in the 70s this week in south central NC. Burning season not quite over as the roller coaster temps will start which is typical for March. Probably burn Friday and Saturday.
Hey neighbor! I'm in north central NC.
 
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Grizzerbear

Minister of Fire
Feb 12, 2019
978
SW Missoura
I just left the stove to go cold this morning. It was 33 out but the house was 78 and expecting a high of 50. I will probably be on a one load per day.....maybe two here and there..... schedule for at least the next week with lows just above freezing and highs in the 50s and 60s. With highs like that I'm fine with the heat pump taking over. We have thunderstorms forecasted this weekend.... and when thunderstorms start coming back around after the winter lull...spring is right around the corner down here.
 
Feb 2, 2020
227
Madison, WI
Well since "summer" decided to start this week in WI with temps in the 40's, I've been adjusting my stove loads to small and med sized pieces of oak and cherry. Day and night burns. Any split that's nice and big doesn't go into the stove and remains in the woodpile for future use.
 

MissMac

Minister of Fire
Dec 4, 2017
785
NW Ontario
burning a little bit of what's left from this year's stack (spruce), with some poplar and manitoba maple from next year's stacks
 

Tar12

Minister of Fire
Dec 9, 2016
1,725
Indiana
Let the stove go out for the first time this season..feels odd...lol...by the end of season I am ready to take a break from it but it is bitter sweet! We are not done burning yet...I will clean the chimney tomorrow and I have a load of oak waiting on stand by...
 

heavy hammer

Minister of Fire
Jul 18, 2015
1,794
Kirtland Ohio
We have had some warmer temps move in so it is a fire here and there. Temps are going into the 50's today so a small fire in the basement stove just to keep the chill out. Just some small pieces of maple. temps for the coming week are in the 30's and 40's.
 

thewoodlands

Minister of Fire
Aug 25, 2009
13,524
Foothills of The Adirondacks
why 'not so great'?
The splits were from some rounds that were on their last leg when they went into the stacks, perfect for this type of weather.

We'll be getting colder here starting tomorrow afternoon, we'll start burning a 4 x 4 rack of beech and sugar maple with some ironwood at night.
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