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WE have had a wood burning stove for 5 winters now and it does all the normal things like cooking/boiling/drying clothes etc but come the summer and we have to rely on the grid for these jobs, We decided to make a carport style structure on the front of my workshop and install a wood fired cooking range, its early days but so far we have made a 19 brick cook stove ( cant really call it a rocket) but it does ok. Our microwave packed in recently and I have stripped out the electrics and plan to turn it into a wood oven with top cook plate, bye for now Dave
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Location: Southern alps, on the French side of the french /italian border 5000ft high Southern alpine climate.
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