Thinking of Moving to NC

Re: Thinking of Moving to NC

PostBy: bksaun On: Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:29 pm

Sounds like you guys are talking about.....ME! :lol:

A bit of advise, stay away from shine unless you see the still it comes from (which is unlikely) that stuff can be bad news, you can buy good aged whiskey for the same money or even less. Its simply a novelty and not worth the risk, not to mention most of it taste like crap.

Bk
bksaun
 
Stoker Coal Boiler: Hybrid, Gentleman Janitor GJ-6RSU/ EFM 700
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Re: Thinking of Moving to NC

PostBy: BiG Jam On: Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:43 pm

Wow Ugly Squirrel Can not believe i just saw this post
Yes our home is up for sale and we are going if i can get the price i need for the home
Lost my job and can not find any work that pays enough to live here any more
Have two girls 12 and 15 and they will never be able to live here also
we are looking in the Lincolnton and Denver area the schools are very good
if not better then here. Collage is also cheep if you live there.
Well good luck to you. Keep us up to date.
I too will miss my stove and coal burning!! :( :( :(
BiG Jam
 
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Re: Thinking of Moving to NC

PostBy: 009to090 On: Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:55 pm

BiG Jam wrote:I too will miss my stove and coal burning!! :( :( :(

No reason to leave the stove behind, just sell the house with an exclusion that the coal stove will not go with the house. Thats what we did. When the buyer of our NJ house asked "how much to leave the stove", we quoted them the purchase price for a new stove. Our DVC500 now resides in the study room of our new NC house, heating most of 3100 sq ft. :idea: :idea:
009to090
 
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Re: Thinking of Moving to NC

PostBy: CapeCoaler On: Sun Jan 29, 2012 12:13 am

Its simply a novelty and not worth the risk, not to mention most of it taste like crap.

Well...
I must say a proper jar of quality shine is...
Yummy....
Smooth, clean, Way better than any vodka that you would drink straight...
I look at shine as what it is, unaged corn liquor...
If it comes from a trusted source, it is worth a sip or three...
Then decide for yourself...
CapeCoaler
 
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Re: Thinking of Moving to NC

PostBy: gunloader55 On: Sat Aug 24, 2013 9:22 pm

Hi, I live 20mi west of hickory and looking for place closer than Va. to get ant coal.Putting in glenwood #6 soon any help would be great.We need more coal burners here to bring down the price,if people only knew how warm coal heat is and cost effective change may be easy.

thanks
gunloader55
 
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