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Keeping warm/comfortable - Do you have a pan-B?

by Willy / January 28, 2009 11:57 PM PST

It seems the weather likes to remind us, you're always at the mercy of the O'Mighty.

After losing electrical earlier in the yr., I do have an electrical generator from before. For heat, the wood stove. For gas, nada, zip for now, but will be buying my own tank in the future. Hopefully, the money saved actually will pay for the tank alone which in one yr. pays for it by not buying propane. Unfortunately, I picked a bad yr. to do this. A kerosene heater will be replaced by a 99.9% efficient one from the farm supply. Good for on the spot immediate heating and supposedly uses less kerosene than older models. -----Willy Happy

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(NT) That's plan-B
by Willy / January 29, 2009 12:03 AM PST
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Get a "kuma" type oil burner
by James Denison / January 29, 2009 12:13 AM PST

They run even when the electricity is off.

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