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  1. Graham

    Selling poplar as firewood

    It's quite a soft wood but it's not a softwood. Burns well; ask all those who burn nothing but in northern climes.
  2. Stove at my old house still good. I installed it in '92.
  3. Graham

    Making the news today....

    The whole family has a passion for racing. Sad day for road racing and NI. RIP William Dunlop.
  4. I have gas where I live at the moment but have rarely used it so a significant saving. I'm moving soon to a cottage with no gas supply or oil tank. I shall rely on a stove for heat and hot water with an immersion heater as back up.
  5. Graham

    Made to last...

    So that's where the old threshing boxes ended up!
  6. Graham

    Foolish mistake.

    If you can attract swans they may help. I used to have the devil's own job trying to establish ordinary lilies in a lake I managed. Every introduction was ravaged by them.
  7. Graham

    Wildflower lawn.

    Just harvested mine. Scythed it off a few days ago but was a couple of days late as it was dropping seed like mad. Managed to salvage enough for future project and some for a couple of mates.
  8. Graham

    Salt in the Diet

    A mate of mine started suffering bad and prolonged headaches. Diagnosed as not enough salt in diet.
  9. Graham

    Air cannon

    Oh dear....I remember those!
  10. Graham

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  11. Graham

    Help please....

    Looks well stacked in the trailer so a lot less than 50% air space I reckon. Anyway....half of 3.4 is 1.7 :-) See what you did though.
  12. Graham

    Help please....

    How high is it stacked? If it's 3' then that's 120 cubic feet =3.4 cubic metres. About 2 tonne?
  13. No. My favourite would be the one that does the best job at a reasonable price.
  14. I prefer the cleaner lines of more contemporary stoves; not too modern though. The older cast stoves can be too ornate and 'fiddly'.

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