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Old 10-29-2013, 08:51 AM
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light Want to feel Christmassy? Chop some Firewood!

I've been chopping wood the last few days and it made me think of cosy Autumn and Christmas nights the whole time, the smells are just wonderful.

I didn't have a fire of my own before last year and its been the best project I've ever done. Not to mention rising gas prices so I can turn my heating down.

For those who think they cant have a wood burner its now possible to have them in pretty much any building with an external wall including apartments. Obviously check local regulations.

Has anyone else been chopping or preparing wood?
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