Wood heat takes constant tending, we used to do it when I was home with small children. Lacking hardwoods in the Black Hills, pine firewood is abundant, but it does keep you busy. We use it for "when the electricity goes out" heat and just enjoyment now. Happy New Year, Rob.
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