Saturday, February 25, 2006

Mary likes it!

I like it too!
and next week we start doing all the unfinished work that her deadbeat contractor failed to complete.
There is nothing like a hot fire in the belly of a good wood burning stove!
note the wood storage underneath, and the rustic mantle made of juniper. I am in L O V E Posted by Picasa

11 comments:

Sandy said...

Wow, that looks really fantastic! Great job!

mar said...

Wonderful job! you did very, very well. Now enjoy the fire this evening. Michele sent me this afternoon.

Star said...

Awesome job. Must be a good feeling. Michele sent me.

Killired̢㢠said...

i love it!

Joyce said...

Looks warm and inviting. Can I bring the marshmallows??

Blessings!

sister celtic said...

WE HAVE HAD A WOOD BURNING STOVE FOR ALMOST 20 YRS ON LOPEZ.. LOVE IT AND PEOPLE LOVE COMING IN AND SEEING THE REAL THING SINCE PROPANE HAS TAKEN OVER..MOST PEEPS HERE HAVE THE WOODBURNING STOVE WE ENDED UP GIVING IT TO SOMEONE AND FINALLY HAD TO SUCUMB TO PROPANE IN WHAT LOOKS LIKE A REAL WOOD BURNING STOVE, OR I COULD NOT OF HANDLED IT.MY HEALTH AND GEORGES VERY BUSY SCHEDULE DIDN'T ALLOW FOR US TO SPEND EXTRA TIME CHOPPING CUTTING AND OF COURSE WOOD FROM ALL HIS JOBSITES AND DOWNED TREE'S.. WE USED ELECTIC HEATING BILLS WERE HIGH AND I DIDN'T LIKE IT SO WE GOT THOSE DURALOGS COST A FORTUNE I BURNED 2 A DAY..SO THE PROPANE ONE HAS BEEN A HAPPY COMPRAMISE...SO YOU KNOW I JUST LOVE YOUR STOVE AND THE SLATE ROCK BEHIND IT..GOOD JOB.. WE NEED TO FINISH OUR HOUSE TO BUT WITH GEORGE BUILDING 4 CONDO'S AND STARTING A NEW HOUSE I AM SURE YOU CAN IMAGINE WHAT MINE IS LIKE..

Amber said...

you're back??? i'm so glad. what changed???

Amber said...

you'ew back??? i'm so glad. what changed?

Dave said...

You can't beat a real fire, I'm trying to decide where the picture to the right of the fire is depicting. It looks like Honfleur in France, can you enlighten me?

Carol said...

Very rustic and practical, too.

Lazy Daisy said...

Wow, love the finished work! We heat our house with wood also. Great job Dave, who knew you were so talented!