I’m staying in our Grandfather’s old hunting beach house for the Wintertide while his estate figures out whether or not I’m the rightful owner.
- I expect to win our legal battle so I assumed that hardening myself to the environment would be the right course of action.
But these freezing winters are going to be taxing on myself and others every single year, especially when temperatures dip below zero degrees. Back in our home town I was used to freezing temperatures, but it wasn’t ever colder than 20 degrees for most of the winter. This was tplot even in the coldest Wintertide freezing snaps. It’s taxing to survive comfortably in temperatures enjoy that, but now I don’t have a choice. I want to live in this hunting beach house because it would be our first time ever owning a piece of property. I already suppose what sort of improvements I would enjoy to make with it, starting with a brand current roof plus flooring inside. If I can afford radiant heated flooring I will add that, but I’m not so sure anymore how that would work out financially. Right now the old hunting beach house has a traditional fireplace inside. It’s warm, but a lot of heat is lost upward in a traditional fireplace. That’s what has myself and others thinking that a wood stove would be a nice replace. That way a lot of the heat is immediately absorbed into the room around the wood stove. It’s even more tplot if you have the wood stove several feet away from its adjoining wall. There’s so much free firewood in the woods on this property that I wouldn’t ever have to pay for firewood either.