Woods Country Cove

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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Back In The Heat Of Things

 

First , I would like to thank all of you for your kind and warm comments whilst our furnace was on the blink. We had a guy Brian from Papa’s work who does their heating a cooling systems come to the house and find what the problem was. We need a new valve on the old clunker , so he has that on order . He did his magic for now and the furnace is working. Papa also relocated the thermos stat re wired it and that seems to help as well , where it was it wasn't getting a proper reading and now it does. So we will keep our fingers and toes crossed that the furnace will keep on keeping on whilst we wait for the part !

                    Thank goodness for the wood stove that's all I have to say !

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We are going to visit Papa’s grandma on Sunday for her 92nd Birthday ! She is still as sharp as ever and a wonderful women, British she is and a “ hoot n nanny  “ to talk to ! She is in a retirement home 2 hours away and the rest of the family will be there as well !  Lots of photos and catching up to do  !

                          Until next time, hope you all have a wonderful day!

                                                             Country Gal

6 comments:

Niece said...

Oh Yes....thank goodness for woodburners! Bad snpwstorm last week knocked out our power for 2 days, but with the woodburner we were toasty warm and even put a pot a soup on top!

Laura said...

Yes, we have counted on our woodburner during power outages. Never had the furnace go out though. We're lucky we have a family member in the business!
Happy Birthday to Papa's grandma! How wonderful!

Lois Evensen said...

Glad to hear you are staying warm. Happy birthday to Grandma!! :)

Michelle said...

Love your wood burning stove. We would love one. But it will have to wait for a while. Happy Birthday to Ken's Grandmother.

Gone Country said...

I hope that new valve does the trick for you and keeps the furnace running for another winter!

I just love your wood stove... but, you already know that!

I hope you had a great visit with the family!

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

WOW, what a fire, thank the lord you had it to keep toes warm. I hope the part comes in soon.

Seeing your fire reminds me I need to have the chimny guy over to inspect our fireplace.