Steve Palmer wrote:Not sure how the prices in the Ozarks measure up but about 120 bucks for a locally delivered cord. Oak and Hickory is the norm here. 4-5 cords would be a good number for most here. I use my stove in a poorly insulated unattached garage which i use for a shop, metal working, wood working and a Ham shack. I would burn 2 cords when i made sure nothing would freeze and work time.
... The real beauty of all of it is cheap enough to build and rebuild until it suits the space i am using.
I really want to thank you for sharing the information you have about RMH's. I am sure that there will be a venue for you if you want to come to Southwest Missouri and do a workshop.
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