Yeah, fresh coffee.... good stuff! I've been drinking REAL milk since I was about 5 y.o. Boy-o-boy, I had to go fill the 1 gal can every morning, or every other morning, from the big 10 and 20 gal cans in the milkhouse. I would just skim the top layer off so we would just get all the cream, then leave the rest for everyone else. Yep, it couldn't be sold to the public, so there was just a sign in the Milkhouse Refridge that said "FREE". Friends and relatives would go in the milkhouse, and come out with a gal or 2. Funny, everytime I went back in there after they left I would find a couple bucks in the fridge! It must've been a donation of some kind
Today's temp is supposed to be around 70F. The coldest we saw this week was 14F. In that kind of temp, We could tell this old farmhouse isn't insulated, but the DVC500 did me proud by pumping out more heat than it ever did since it was new. This was the very first time I got to turn it up to 100%, and although its more than 3 years old now, I could smell the paint beginning to cure as it got hotter. I have found out its much more efficient when its burning at its hottest setting. Less unburned coal in the ashpan.
This years main project: Get the Highboy installed.