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Old 04-21-2008
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Thanks, guys! ...and, yes, Ron you have said that before - it's probably true too!! It's a shame the ex-Womboat was up North and I was too busy at the time (still am) to take a look. Nowhere to keep it anyways.. it wouldn't fit in the garage.

Fitting extra insulation is a bit impractical, but I'll see if I can find some Soapstone. Heating something up on the stove is fine - I just wasn't aware of anything that wouldn't cool down fast.
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