Greetings from the north

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Jealous Gypsy, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. CarpCharacin

    CarpCharacin Cyprinus carpio

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    Welcome to BYC! We're glad you decided to join our wonderful community! :welcome
     
  2. 007Sean

    007Sean Pheasant Whisperer

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    Howdy :frow and Welcome to Backyard Chickens.

    Happy :ya to have you here with us. Enjoy your time here at BYC!

    Thanks for joining our community! :celebrate
     
  3. Fields Mountain Farm

    Fields Mountain Farm Beyond Poultry Dome

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    Welcome to BYC! :frow
    Those pics are adorable..:love
    I would love to see a pic of your stove.. I have a 1930s home comfort that I just love! :D
     
  4. Jealous Gypsy

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    I didn't clean it up very well... I'm sorry to say, it's a German woodstove the hubby stacked wood for his old boss to get it. Well worth it. Called a vogelzang I believe. Cooking on it did take time to learn, but I did not want to go back to propane come spring, but to save the hubby from chopping wood all year l caved. Ignore Jolene in the pic she's a ham. 20190131_161918.jpg 20181008_110638.jpg
     
  5. Fields Mountain Farm

    Fields Mountain Farm Beyond Poultry Dome

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    Oh how cute! The pup too! :lau
    That is a great find! It does take some learning but I find it an enjoyable challange! I dont use the home comfort much during winter, it has a small firebox so not a good heat source. We have an old parlor stove that stays rolling in winter so I cook on it much of the time.
    What would you say is your favorite dish to cook on it?:pop
     
  6. Jealous Gypsy

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    I have a tablet and a small 24 volt hiking/camping solar panel and battery packs . It works well for most of my needs, but I'm looking at hybrid solar/wind systems
     
  7. Jealous Gypsy

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    Cool, maybe I'll meet her in the Mainiac forum
     
  8. Jealous Gypsy

    Jealous Gypsy Songster

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    Hello,
    Yes I do. They are about 10 weeks and I'm learning that a good amount are beginning to look like roosters. When Cinderella crowed I realized I shouldn't have named them until I could sexed them lol !
     
  9. ValerieJ

    ValerieJ Free Ranging

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    Northern Maine is enough. That's about all any of us give out. Welcome to BYC! It's good to have you here!:highfive: :frow:welcome
     
  10. Leahs Coop

    Leahs Coop Crossing the Road

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    Hello,:frow and a warm welcome to Backyard Chickens! It's great to have you here with us.
     

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