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I got tired of the $5/gal propane and bought a wood stove. It's a Quadra Fire Millennium 4300 with a flat top for cooking. My friend Danny helped me hook it up yesterday and it took about 6 hours to install. I fired it up at 1600 yesterday and smoke arose from the Ricksteen Chapel. The first thing I did was shut off the furnace! I loaded it up last night at 2100hrs and went to bed. At 0500 this morning, I filled her back up and cooked a farm egg for breakfast. The temp in the house was 65 this morning and in about 45 minutes it was up to 70. The OAT this morning is 14 with a wind chill of 7. I have a Cabelas #12 full of water on the stovetop and it kept the humidity at 38% which is pretty good. I have a new favorite place to sit and read. Life is good! Regards, Rick.

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