oooooh, Shes pretty, the stove I mean..Yes I would love a trip to your "neck of the woods" eclecticcottage, alas money is
in short supply right now as I have to replace my old and condemned oil furnace by the middle of March cost fo the new
propane furnace $3000. Insurance company insists on new rather than reconditioned. Originally I wanted a straight wood burner, but I soon realized that if i ran out of wood I wouldn't be doing much cooking. Shame is I bought a new propane
stove about 9 months ago cost us $2000. But only a couple of weeks ago my hubby asked me how much a wood cookstove
would be, I said it would be better to get a dual fuel instead. That's how my quest began
. Then our furnace had to die
on us and the idea has been put of the back burner. No pun intended.
putting the 18 back in my 1872 Victorian farmhouse.