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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by mn woodcutter, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. saxman

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    My dog Rizzo enjoying the stove [​IMG]


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  2. Colt Marlington

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    My little firepit
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    Just got cold enough here to burn each night. Could have waited longer but I just can’t stand to hear the heat pump kick on.
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  4. svk

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    This big chunk of birch barely fit in at 9 PM last night.
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    Big birch round on lower right.
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    The birch round left the only coals at 6 AM.
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    Pre install oil burn off.
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    Keeping the house toasty.
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    What make and model ? Curious.
     
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    BK Ashford 20, great stove.
    Doggo approved!
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    Another 20 series BK enthusiast. My Sirocco 20 has made my wood burning much easier. Do you run with active flame often (as pictured?).
     
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    England 28 3500.
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    Cats approve of the Buck 81.
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    Fired up with wood a couple days ago, but will be switching to coal after the weekend.
    Took this one about a half hour to re-discover
    her winter spot.

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  12. svk

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    Awesome
     
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    Englander 28-4000 just reloaded for ththe night.
     
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    Frst fire of the year the boss of the house was mad because she said it wasn’t cold enough for one but oh well I couldn’t resist
     
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    I made my first fire in late august this year, it was like 45F in the morning. The boss wasn't happy here too :laugh:
     
  16. svk

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    First fire of the year in the fireplace

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    Not the first of the year, and definitely not the last. Pushing it pretty hard, tonight.:drinkingcoffee:
     
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    Is red inlet temp and blue outlet?
     
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    Just thermo storage temps, taken at 4 places. (top to bottom)
     
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    Overfired it a bit today lol. Need to be careful about filling when loading up from just a coal bed or it will puff back a bit.

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