Two old men and a pallet of pellets…

Slowly and with much grunting and shuffling, moving sacks from here…

…to here.

Still not convinced pellet stoves were the best way to go, but what are you gonna do.

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10 Responses to Two old men and a pallet of pellets…

  1. Ben says:

    Oh my aching back!

  2. Mark Matis says:

    She has other videos with a deer in them as well.

  3. 1986 Breckwell owner says:

    Look at it this way:

    You don’t need a chainsaw and a big truck
    you don’t have to split wood
    “Loaded Up and Truckin”, it won’t need refuel in the middle of the night.

    Stay warm

  4. Mark says:

    The pellets are great for minimal ash, least amount of dirt brought into living areas and low effort temperature control.

    Not cheapest.
    Not simplest.

    16 years of pellet stove usage validates my informed opinion.
    Pettets provide about 70% of our heat. Hi effiency propane furnace does about 20 to 25%
    Log burner does 5 to 10%

    We burn about a bag and a half on a winter day in NW Pennsylvania

    Chimney is a 2B vent pipe.

  5. 1986 Breckwell owner says:

    Postscript: Lignetics is a good choice.


  6. John in Philly says:

    The title reminded me of the “…vessel with the pestle..” thing from the Danny Kaye movie.

    Are there any storage risks of varmint nesting?

  7. Mike says:

    Just looking at the photos makes my back hurt. You’re a good man Joel.

  8. Kentucky says:

    FWIW, the ones I’m familiar with require electricity to operate, if that makes a difference to one’s application.

  9. Joel says:

    That’s one reason I don’t like them. A heating system that requires both fuel and electricity is probably great for the suburbs but is asking for trouble off grid.

  10. Mike says:

    If I have to buy something to burn it will be propane. If they can get that truck and trailer in and out the big ol truck can too.

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