[quote="joeq"]You win some. You lose some.[/quote]
Nah, we didn't lose anyone, the old saying " yah' can't lose something yah' never had!" Just think for a minute how board we get after 5 months of figuring out how to burn coal AGAIN!
for the umpteenth time and write a 7 page thread on the benefits of a devise we wrote 9 pages on last year....so guess how board a wood burner gets when "THERE OUTTAH WOOD"
so they step over here and fudge with us. They don't want to burn coal because they're either afraid that when there poker buddies come over they won't have to get a couple logs every time they want a beer or take a piss. They are proud of their wood
I hobbled across the road to say hi to my neighbor, been house bound 3 weeks post foot surgery, and the first thing he said was"thank god I got 9 cord for the winter", his house is 1500 sq mine 1100sq, and I said yeah I know what you mean I burned 2 ton this year.
He was on his way to shoveling 3 ft snow drifts off his wood pile so he can throw half a cord in his cellar window and then go to the cellar to stack it
I opened a bag of coal. He pays about 110 a cord, log length and he has to buck it up split stack...it takes him half the summer You are right joeq "You win, they Lose"