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post a pic of your wood burner in use...

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

  1. Marine5068

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    "Bosses" are never happy...lol.
    "It's too cold" "It's too hot"
    I say just be glad that you have a roof over your head and food on the table and leave the heating to me.
     
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    Wanna locate a cat?
    Start up a wood fire, lay down an open box or put up a Christmas tree.....lol.
     
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    md1486 ArboristSite Operative

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    Hahah its looks like a good answer. Sometime I tell her that if she's not happy the storage shed is always available. :hi:
     
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    svk A little bit of everything

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    A little bit of everything in there including Norway pine, balsam, aspen, and birch.

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    Jeffkrib ArboristSite Guru

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    I do love all those fire pics however down here in the Southern Hemisphere right now the last ting on my mind is lighting the fire place.
     
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    svk A little bit of everything

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    Shoved the box full of birch and maple before bed. I’d be surprised if I’m not still pulling 180 degrees when I get up.

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    svk A little bit of everything

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    Well this load burned pretty fast-10 hours later.

    The smaller rounds burn quick once they light up. If I can find some larger maple rounds they keep burn for much longer.

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    svk A little bit of everything

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    Worked the pine down to a bed of coals so I could really load it up with birch and maple. We have a “real” winter night tonight, it’s currently 2f above.

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    3F7B3E2C-7260-4C52-B843-5E6CAB5F61E0.jpeg Love my Pacific Energy
     
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    Live my Pacific Energy too. Just replaced the firebrick in this pic.[​IMG]

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    Yep like mine too:) C4D25881-4F09-4895-8E2F-943138D422E2.jpeg
     

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    Here is the Tulikivi. Running the second load of the day. Great heater
     

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    20191231_113905.jpg Best thing I ever did wood wise was to replace my 25 year old Dutch West . Stove worked well but eat a lot of wood. Bought a Drolet 2000 , second season and I'm loving it. Warmer in the house and a lot less wood
     
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    My Pacific Energy cooking some fresh deer loin. Just got a fat doe with the Thompson Center 50 cal.[​IMG]

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    Nice!!
     
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    Another load of hardwood the other night.

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    Had a meal the other night at my Brother in-laws house. That’s his stove in the corner. He complained to me about the price of oil one year, I then introduced him to firewood. Guys been a machine ever since!
     

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    The first and last time you’ll ever see my boiler full of Zogger wood.

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