tvb wrote:Do you have the cat with three legs? I've seen it a couple times outside right around there. Hopewell and E. Main is on my summer bike/exercise/walking route around the boro.
Did you get the stove fired up today?
Too bad we burn different coal sizes. It would be a perfect situation to split a load and save money.
No cats or dogs. Two college students and a husband. Spent 4.5 hours at the neurosurgeon's office and did not feel like trying to start the stove after cleaning it and the ash pan. I am burning chestnut size just because I had to pick.
Perhaps we could split some pea size if that is what you burn. I am open to pea if I can find a 50 lb bag to try. Today I went to Agway to get a bag of Blasceck pea but Agway is not selling it at the Flemington store this year.
The coal supplier in Easton only delivers 4 tons or less for the same delivery price. but they are very nice and honest.
If I get this stove going I should have enough until at least the end of February since I have 4 tons. But I intend to keep it warm on the house and run the stove at 300 degrees F. Last January to February I spent 700 dollars on natural gas and the thermostat was at 60. I cannot take that cold any more!!!!