Wow that thing eats coal like freds horses eat hay 2 ton here since november coal boblsayre wrote:I just discovered that my Stockton pea (which I have suspected to actually be buckwheat) weighs 42 lbs. per 5 gallon pail, and my Blaschak pea weighs only 38 lbs. per 5 gallon pail, so since I've been burning a 50:50 blend of the two beginning sometime in November, I have just revised my overall coal usage upwards by 5% to correct for my incorrect assumption that all of my coal was 38 lbs. per 5 gallon pail. I'm now up to 5,130 lbs. of coal burned to date.
ok not that badlsayre wrote:4,420 lbs. burned since November here. 2.2 tons.
Do you know a pipeline welder that lives in you town drives a blue and white f450.. Your town isnt that big,ive worked up there before by the way beatiful country.boblsayre wrote:That's super, and I envy your frugal coal use (and your stove).
However, Delaware, Ohio is about 80 miles south of here and also roughly 60 miles west, and it's closer to Columbus. My youngest daughter lives in Columbus. It's noticeably less cold overall down there vs. up here, and you get far less snow.