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[Cob] fireplaces and humanurerainbow at rainbowolf.com rainbow at rainbowolf.com
Thu Jan 6 11:44:25 PST 2005
Bill wrote: Please don't get me wrong. There is something neat about a fireplace. I would have one for looks... But in an area that you MUST have high amounts of heat... I would be very sorry if I tried to depend on a fireplace alone. Then I guess you can count me among the sorryest persons you have ever met. When I lived on the farm in England, and again later when I moved to the port, we had a wood burning stove in the kitchen that cooked and heated water and warmed the kitchen, dining room, upstairs bathroom and back upstairs bedroom, and we had an open fireplace in the lounge that warmed it and the front upstairs bedroom. I don't recall ever being uncomfortable... apart from the middle of summer when we had to have the fire in the kitchen if we wanted hot water! Regarding humanure, there is an online version of the humanure handbook available free of charge, and I put the link below. Peace be with your day, rainbow http://www.weblife.org/humanure/default.html rainbow "we are the ones for whom we have been waiting..."
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