freetown fred wrote:
Nice V--get an extra ton next year, it won't spoil
I like burning wood at the start and finish of each season. I can get some nearby, so what the heck.
I just don't go at the firewooding process as hard as I used to. Although today was another one in the teens, the 40's and 50's
can get a bit too warm in here. Just easier to shut down and start up if needed.
Overnight and extended fires are easy with this stove. Last weekend we went out of town for the day. Eleven hours later there
was enough embers to stir up and add fresh wood too.
Did you get all the snow up there that missed us?