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Old 11-25-2014, 04:35 PM   #1
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Egg is covered!

Had to move it off it's spot on the deck yesterday for a cord of wood to come in, moved it back on after work tonight, put the Calmark cover over it and put it to bed for a long winter's night.

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Old 11-25-2014, 07:38 PM   #2
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Can be that long a winter's night with only a cord of wood

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Can be that long a winter's night with only a cord of wood
Just moved my Boler to bring in a 'bush' cord of birch. Perhaps the PL is suggesting only a 'face' cord
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Next year and year afters wood.. I remember the good old days in town when a couple of face cord were good for the fireplace.

Sorry to hijack your thread Frank.. Just a little tease for you southerners

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Can be that long a winter's night with only a cord of wood
The winter will be long enough Brian. Getting a full cord of wood (not a face cord) yesterday has nothing to do with the length of winter here. No different than getting our oil tank filled. Once this wood is gone, we'll get more, but usually a full cord does get us through the winter, as we heat primarily with oil.

Sorry I even mentioned the wood. Sheesh.

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