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Wood burning stove tip.

Here is a tip from the COUNTRYSIDE forum (www.country sidemag.com) for those of you who use wood burning stoves for heat:

If there is a supplier of coal near you, buy chunks from large fist size to head size. Wrap them in newspaper to avoid further coal dust. When you bank the fire at night, put on a lump of coal large enough to burn all night. That way, you will still have sufficient heat to restart a wood fire in the morning.
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Author:Scharabok, Ken
Publication:Countryside & Small Stock Journal
Date:Mar 1, 2001
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