Brrr … Just lit the stoves
I admit I probably should have just put a jumper on but one the shorts and t shirts come out they are out.
I am right in thinking it is May isn’t it ….
Few years back I spent some time out in the Pyrenees. One of my best memories is watching the snow falling outside while I’m sat there in shorts and t shirt, beer in hand. Toasty warm as the wood burner roars like a jet engine. Lovely.Posted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
Stove on in Galloway as well, in fact it’s been in use constantly this year as it’s my only heating in the house apart from a airsource heat pump/radiators but that costs a fortune to run and just gives background heat so i don’t switch it on.
i usually have the fire off from April/may through to end of september but not this year, must be an age thing catching up wi me 😉 , i just want to feel some heat in the sun and lie in the garden wi a book n’ bottle of wine and get slowly drunk n’ burnt…is that too much to ask for in Scotland?Posted 4 years agoglobaltiMember
People have been leaving their stoves unlit?
Blimey. Our has been lit every evening since last August; Mrs Gti never eats anything so she is permanently frozen. The worst damage to our wood store always happens when her elderly mother comes to stay; she lights the stove at 10:00 and keeps on chucking logs on all day while she sits immobile in front of the TV.Posted 4 years ago
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