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Re: Any cat lovers?

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The grey one is the mouser, and the others are free loader indide cats. The orange, and shaggy are gone to happy hunting grounds.The black, and white cat is the newest addition. Stan

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02-16-2013 19:24:59

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 Re: Any cat lovers? in reply to 37Chief, 02-16-2013 18:24:12  
Love your woodstove, if I were there I would by laying beside it asleep too! I lite the platform and the backwall around it also. Did you do the work yourself?

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 Re: Any cat lovers? in reply to Case e, 02-16-2013 19:24:59  
That old stove has a lot of wood go through it. That is my main source of heat. I did the brick my self. Took for ever.I kind of messed up though. As I was laying the brick I poured cement between the wall and the bricks. There is no air space.The wall gets super hot, that is why I have a piece of stainless steel sheet behind the stove to keep the wall cool. I was told the heat will travel through the bricks and cement and possibly casue a fire. Not sure about that, but can't be too careful. Maybe someone knows? stan

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02-16-2013 19:49:37

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 Re: Any cat lovers? in reply to 37Chief, 02-16-2013 19:42:04  
One thing nice about a stone, or brick area like u have is it absorbes the heat, than as stove dies out, if it does die out, u can feel the warmth still in the masonry, I don't know if u understand what I'm trying to explain. For example,when I let my kitchen stove go out, all the bluestone from the floor to the celing and about 6 or more feet wide is still warm hours after the stove has been out.

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