I'm On Fire wrote:Well, if we're going to get technical I got the first 12 on a well stoked fire. My wife got the second 11hours on a half assed shake and a starved fire.
OMG, no I do not text or even have a cell phone but like that short cut. About 25 years ago I would go away to computer school, and the bride would be in charge of the Buderus hand fed. Well she got Conjuctivitus from the ashes WTH
I came home on weekends to revive the poor stove. I gave her safety goggles for dumping the ashes
Remember the coal forum did not exist, and I was the only one around burning black rocks. The shaker grate in the Buderus was not helpful with red ash coal, but who knew there was different kind of coal
Technology changed I did not have to go away anymore and the Buderus lived to survive the experience. The new Keystoker 90 would of been a gift from GOD at the time
Who would of thunk they made a coal stove that fed itself like a horse
Life goes on ,I just hope I live long enought to benefit from my school of "Hard Knocks" experience.