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  • #31
    Biggest downside to wood heat is spiders. They winter under the bark and when you bring the wood in they think it is springtime. I hate going to bed and looking at the ceiling and seeing 6 spiders just above my head.
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    • #32
      I got someone up north checking for wood cook stoves around AMISH country.

      I got this basement.. I'd like a cookstove and a heating stove there.

      Money for them old "pretty ones" the Ugly ones down here go for more than a thousand.

      I think I have not seen a pretty stove since I was young. I remember looking at the cast flowers and vines in it for hours. Putting crayon on it and watching it smoke. (yep that long ago) I remember several of the women having "flower brands" on thier legs. My cousin catching her nightshirt on fire.

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      David Cofer, Of:
      Tunnel Hill, North Georgia

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      • #33
        Up here in Northern Ontario that stove wouldnt even be big enough for a big moose roast. But then Canadians are generally larger than most and eat and drink more too. Madman

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        • #34
          Here in BC they have started whacking the antlers off before roasting moose. Smells better and takes up a lot less room. Next up is gutting them...

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          • #35
            Allow me to direct you to a web site I designed and that I host:

            http://www.huntmoose.ca
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            • #36
              Toaster oven, 5 cup coffeemaker, and military surplus potbelly stove(bought from The Sportsman's Guide, IIRC).

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