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Re: What type of heat for weekend use in New England

Is the OP planning to sleep with one of these heaters running? I wouldn't be caught dead (pun intended) with an open flame aboard while asleep. It seems some disagree with this cautious approach.

Anyone that would get cold under a thick down quilt in New England in Spring or Fall, needs more iron in their diet.
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Re: What type of heat for weekend use in New England

No, not for use while sleeping, just want to be comfortable in the cabin
In the evening hours , and I could change my diet all I or you want
And that doesn't change the fact we hate the damn cool/cold weather,
Give us the hot and humid of the Deep South, wintertime , we go south ,
Summertime we go south, the day the wives job goes bad , leaving and never returning north....
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Re: What type of heat for weekend use in New England

As we say on our web page...............

"Go south till the butter melts, and STAY there."

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