Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wood to keep my family warm

My  small homestead is covered with trees that we planted 25 years ago
From time to time we cut them down and trim branches for wood  to keep us warm
Here is a picture of one of my sons  chopping.

love and light  Marie

11 comments:

  1. oh i wish my area was covered with trees! thanks for your comment, I just needed a place to reflect and have spent the day doing that- I just wish people showed more love.

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  2. How warm does it get in spring? Do you only heat with wood?

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  3. Hi Eva, I cook on a wood stove,and have done for years, but recently acquired an electric oven, thou I still tend to light my wood stove as it is connected to the hot water. Spring can be still a bit coolish here, with light frosts sometimes happening. cheers Marie

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  4. That's interesting. When you say electric oven, is it just an oven or also a stove? Many Amish around here have wood stoves.

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  5. Hi Eva, I have a stove that has an oven, and is powered by wood. And I have an electric oven with hot plates on top. cheers Marie

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  6. Love the simple living! I commend you!

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  7. Oh Marie, your blog is really very, very beautiful! Your artwork is breathtaking!!!

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  8. Hi Marie, These pics have an autumnal feel don't they... I can almost smell the woodsmoke!!

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  9. Thanks for explaining, Marie.

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  10. Great post. A wood is required to burn in winter and to warm the house. You are best that telling and write a post on it that a wood for my family to give warm. .
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