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Today I finished draining my heat storing water barrels and removed them from the greenhouse to make more room to install a wood stove to save energy billing as the extra heat bill for the electric heater in the greenhouse last spring was $90/month,,,,Ouch!

Besides the old wood stove that was sitting outside rusting and just needs a few new fire bricks and a blower fan, I have the old tin hearth from under my uncles stove that he gave me when he got a new one, and some old but never used green fiberglass to get the celling put in so the roof will be double walled as well as the walls.

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Also, we got a good rain yesterday,

almost a half inch, just in time to water my Thieves Poplar and Golden Willow cuttings I poked in the ground over the last few days.


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