What Is In Your Stove Right Now?

MMH

Member
Jan 21, 2019
76
NV
Distance run run complete! Last night had a low of -12 and the day temps today were around 15 during the warmest hour, the mahogany lasted 19 hours house stayed 69-72. Had a nice heap of coals left. I’d say pretty good considering I kept the air at about 330-4 o clock. Loving my BK. First pic is what I had left. Okay enough ranting tonight low single digits but above 0; we’ll see how the juniper does. Happy night all.
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Grizzerbear

Feeling the Heat
Feb 12, 2019
432
SW Missoura
Woke up to 29 this morning with freezing rain falling. Luckily it has turned to snow with 3-6 expected. I got a full load of white oak going in the 74 this morning.
 
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Gearhead660

Member
Dec 20, 2018
195
WI
Seasonably cold this morning. Probably just a pile of oak coals right now. All I have left for seasoned wood is oak.
 

Gearhead660

Member
Dec 20, 2018
195
WI
Got about 6 inches today. Been burning some ash i found in the VC. House is toasty.
 

thewoodlands

Minister of Fire
Aug 25, 2009
12,686
Foothills of The Adirondacks
What a change from -20, we had 32.7 this morning with rain.

Another load of the maples is throwing some heat this morning. It looks like we'll have some real cold temps coming in near the end of the week so we'll be burning that american hophornbeam those days.
 
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Touch0Gray

Member
Feb 8, 2020
66
Wi
red oak and red elm, 18 degrees outside, 7 inches of fresh snow yesterday, toasty in here.
 

sgro98

New Member
Feb 9, 2020
2
Lynchburg VA
Compared to y`all, we're in the tropics in central VA at low 40s. Thanks to a moderate winter, we stay warm burning free punky who-knows-what wood from an ad in the paper. Those stacks of hardwood under the tarps are aging like fine wine.
 
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