Now cup both hands around your mouth like a pig call and in your best stadium echoing voice........Now... now...Pitching...pitching...For...for...The..the Glenwood...glenwood...Baseburners...burners..number 404...Doug...doug...Crane...crane....
Couldn't resist dc
no one can say you are not passionate. Good point FF, yah beat me too it. I removed a hearth from my living room due to moving a hand feeder into my basement and now I have vigilant 2310 that I want to put in front of my fireplace so..........yup you guessed it I need to build another hearth pad. This one will be a different size because of my varied needs but changing a hearth is your simplest option compared to changing stoves. If clearances forced many a hand there wouldn't be any base burners left!
without me, what boring world it would be
Somebody's got to keep things exciting around here
a super large baseburner would come off the rear wall 28" or so, but im sure their are differant sizes that could accomidate. I know one thing for sure... if I was seriously going to spend anywhere near $2000.00 for a new stove... it would be totally restored antique baseburner (It increases in value, looks amazing and is more effecient than anything made today). But I know you guys dont mind buying, moving, hausing around 5 ton of coal per year to keep the football field fead (might as well just dump some bags of coal on a big square steel pad hearth, dose the pile in kero and light it up! (Gives great heat i know!)