The cabin is up, yay! We're going in a couple of weeks again, but it'll be getting cold!
Now, I gotta be honest, after building the thing we are BROKE!!! However, we'd rather not freeze to bad (mainly don't want the wee ones to be awefully uncomfortable). We bought a woodstove & took it up- I've been trying to get pieces of woodstove pipe saved up that I find used & reasonably priced. We will not have the ideal or final set-up done this fall (thru the center of the cabin & thru the roof).
We're planning to go thru the side wall with the pipe (and not up very high- not over the roof line) as a comfort measure to last us 2-3 weeks. Any ideas, advice or instruction is GREATLY appreciated. I have seen the specs & have a basic understanding of doing it RIGHT- so I'm looking for alternative (ie budget- yet safe & effective) methods of achieving a bit of heat in the cabin.
We have an EarthStove & I have a new 8" single wall pc (3", I think). I have several pcs of 8" metalbestos that I planned to save for next year. We also have a 8-6" reducer. So, if I don't 'find' pcs, I'll have to buy some stuff & I gotta keep it economical.