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To: Bean Counter

Before moving up here we lived in Jackson County, OR and they had the same type no burn regs in winter because of inversion layers on some days in the Medford Valley.

At least then people that only had wood heat could could burn but I don’t know what goes on now, I’d suspect they’ve phased them out. We used wood when we could but also had electric forced air.

The gov just keeps getting more and more intrusive in what we can and can’t do but this ozone and CO2 thing is really going over the edge, there’ll be big trouble if passed.


19 posted on 10/07/2010 7:46:01 PM PDT by jazusamo (His [Obama's] political base---the young, the left and the thoughtless: Thomas Sowell)
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To: jazusamo

We have a newer stove that I easily heat the whole house with all winter long. It’s a nice step top stove that we can cook on, and have done a number of times. A cast iron Dutch oven makes a fine bean soup if it sits on a hot woodstove all day long. A cast iron skillet with a top on it bakes a fine pan of cornbread on top of the stove in about an hour too...

The woodstove gives us independence from the grid, but there is always someone out there trying to interfere with us no matter what the activity is, and no matter how hard we try to minimize the amount of energy we are hooked on.

I don’t think some of them would be happy if we lived in caves...


20 posted on 10/07/2010 8:06:50 PM PDT by Bean Counter (Now what kind of a geroo are you anyway?)
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