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Wood Burning Stoves - preferably in the Alicante area or nearby

Wood Burning Stoves - preferably in the Alicante area or nearby

Old Apr 13th 2006, 9:55 am
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I think Sonny just about it summed it up. It's been the coldest Easter that I recall. It even rained yesterday, albeit briefly. It's cloudy, mostly, and really dreary weather.

Still, I'm toasting myself in front of the fire, with a nice warm brandy, so life could be worse!

It's a bit off that they don't have brandy glass emoticon option, no?
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Old Apr 14th 2006, 6:06 am
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Originally Posted by un-mundo
I have an open fireplace and would like to install a wood burning stove - so much easier and less messy in an apartment. Does anyone have one, and if so, can you recommend any places that supply and install them? Price guidance would also be most welcome. My fireplace is rather odd, being triangular in shape. Any information would be much appreciated.
Yes we have one for sale - if you wish to ring us we will give you the details, its Keith on<<phone number removed. It is not wise to post your telephone number on a public forum. You can pass that sort of information privately via the PM system>> and we live near Elche

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Old Apr 14th 2006, 10:55 am
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Thanks, but as I said earlier, I've now bought one. Very nice it is, too!
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