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Date Posted: - Thursday - 03/11/10 - 1:13am
Author: Kathy M32#3 Shadow
Subject: Hardwood Charcoal
In reply to: David Barrow 's message, "solid fuel stove installation, advice sought!" on - Friday - 10/23/09 - 9:53am

Hi Mike & Paula,
Did you get far enough South to winter on Tivoli? Though I heard Florida got a bit of snow, so much for global warming. I'm glad your Ratelco stove is doing it's job. On the NSW site, Andrew, mentions using hardwood charcoal in his wood stoves and I think you could use this with the Cole Stove with better success then wood pellets. I haven't found where to get hardwood charcoal, yet.
Yours truly, Kathy

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