Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W7UUU, Sep 8, 2017.
NICE tip... thanks Bryan!!
YW. Since there's no binder, moisture is a bad thing (it causes them to fall apart). Dry storage is a MUST.
Pellet stoves are nice also, but local native woods are free....that is what I burned.
We will soon have pellet for the main house - wood for the shack/garage
Barn = no added heat for the 1700 sq feet
I love to hear stories like this. I am currently looking to buy a house. Does not take long to figure the sellers that think they have gold. I bet that guy has thought about your offer many times.....
Dave, sorry to crowd in on your shack thread. Here's my little shack now finished on the outside and working on the inside.
Wow great job, I could defiantly live in something liker that. Much bigger than my van.
It's 12X24 inside, 16X24 with porch where my rocking chair will go....
Wowsers!!!! That is awesome!!
I DO have a tractor, and when I first got it I caught myself singing that song a lot while driving it! I live in WA state too, out in the country where we put up a big ham tower. Now Dave, you will have to get a tractor too. It comes in handy when you are erecting your tower!