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Old 07-12-2017, 07:48 AM   #81
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I'd love to have a wood burner back in my life! Any model that you would recommend?
That is a Clearview Pioneer 400, a great little stove and the second one I’ve purchased (there was a tear in my eye leaving it in my old house)
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:00 AM   #82
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used to like the sumo wrestling when it was on channel 4 back in the 80s I think
A very late reply I know, but just seen this.
You can see highlights on the web.
Here is last November’s tournament.
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/sumo/
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That is a Clearview Pioneer 400, a great little stove and the second one I’ve purchased (there was a tear in my eye leaving it in my old house)
Cheers. Can't quite afford to get one put in now, but high on the list of things we want to do.

That looks like a lovely stove, comes with a price tag to match . Not sure if 5 kw would be enough, our last stove was an 11kw aarow I bought 2nd hand from a pub. Was bit too much for the room. Is there a calculator somewhere (I'll have a google)
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I used to do lots of things. Most of that has given way to being Dad.....
Ha, ha, this sounds just like me! My eldest is just seven so we're starting to able to do things together, camping, hiking, geocaching. I've got a Canadian canoe which we don't get out as often as I'd like but still use now and again also cycling. I love the outdoors but limited options when we lived in London, now moved to Devon and pretty much everything is outdoors, so love that bit of it.

Spent ten years learning to be a sh!te guitarist, also like the usual reading, spending too long on forums that sort of thing....
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Old 08-12-2017, 12:22 AM   #86
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Ha, ha, this sounds just like me! My eldest is just seven so we're starting to able to do things together, camping, hiking, geocaching.
I've only gone and had another one
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I make knives for bush crafting and also hunting, make lots of antler products (as I am a deer stalker too) and also make cufflinks. I sometimes go fishing but I had to cut down as I don't have enough time in the damn day now!! Hence why I am on here in the early hours ))
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That is a Clearview Pioneer 400, a great little stove and the second one I’ve purchased (there was a tear in my eye leaving it in my old house)
Clear view are superb...does exactly as the name says. I have fitted three other makes in my house, Dunsley Heat, Villager and Stovax.....all soot up and eat fuel compared to a clearview. Great choice !!
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Yeah, well I've got a one year as well so there goes my retirement!
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Along with motorbikes, heavy metal, curry and porn, I've recently developed a penchant for sleeping. A much maligned pastime, I feel.
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