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Old 12-07-2016, 05:53 PM   #11
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Not a silly question! But, it's been 35 years since I've used an electric blanket...

But it looks appealing this week
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Old 12-07-2016, 07:45 PM   #12
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Yes you will absolutely be adding wood every hour or so. I have a much larger stove in my bus (Englander 18-TR) that takes up to 16" pieces of wood and find that it can go around 4.5 hours before I need to add wood. Mine IS a little too big for the bus, but I can go to sleep around midnight and only have to stoke the stove when I wake up to pee(I love getting older) about 4:30 or 5:00... Plus it has been keeping me at a pretty consistent 80 degrees inside the bus while it has been in the middle teens to lower 20s at night, burning only one large chunk of wood at a time... Like I said in my build thread. Its way too big but I can hang out with all windows open in a blizzard in my undies if I want...
Woa, i too hit the sack around midnight and almost always wake to pee at 4 or 5

All the cool kids are doing it...

I wouldn't trade getting older for nuthin!

OK so adding wood; I have to add wood about every half hr or more, to this empty propane tank stove, and i put it out before the end of the night, and turn on the propane fireplace.
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