1. restlessjo says:

    Yours? Looks cosy 🙂 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      Yes. And yes 😊

  2. beetleypete says:

    That looks a lot like the 5 kw wood burner we have in our living room. I haven’t fired it up yet, this year.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

    1. Heyjude says:

      You haven’t? Crikey, I have had mine on several evenings during the past couple of weeks. Not every night. Once I switch on the central evening though it is usually warm enough not to use it, and I do like to see the fire.

      1. beetleypete says:

        It has to be very cold to use ours, as the heat it chucks out is wonderful. I can’t use it with any other heating, as it’s too much.
        Best wishes, Pete. x

  3. Nice gritty effect with that editing process 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      Thanks Liz, I am having fun playing around with the different effects.

  4. Sue says:

    Great editing

    1. Heyjude says:

      That lovely coloured pencil filter on the phone. I tried out a few, but this was my favourite.

      1. Sue says:

        OK, I wouldn’t know as I don’t have a clever phone

        1. Heyjude says:

          Well this was chosen specifically for the camera. There is a lot I haven’t used yet. Maybe this winter will be a chance to experiment as I won’t be gardening.

  5. BeckyB says:

    ooh love your filter – isn’t this fabulous. Stay warm and cosy xxxx

    1. Heyjude says:

      Been a blessing lately with the colder evenings.

  6. Suzanne says:

    Cute and I thought the heating systems in the UK and Europe in general were far superior than ours downunder.

    1. Heyjude says:

      Not as good as the Scandinavians though.

      1. Suzanne says:

        Haven’t tried theirs out so I will have to take your word for it 🙂

  7. margaret21 says:

    Oh, the Wonderful Wood Burning Stove. Has yours had an airing this season? Ours has – just once so far.

    1. Heyjude says:

      Several times over the last couple of weeks! I love having a fire, but once the heating goes on it’s usually warm enough, so now is the best time to use it.

      1. margaret21 says:

        Ah. We have a somewhat underheated house, so it’s our best friend.

        1. Heyjude says:

          We have underfloor heating downstairs and once it’s on it stays on until April and it’s nice and toasty. But we have to use oil and that is expensive. Mindst you, buying kiln dried wood is not cheap.

        2. margaret21 says:

          It isn’t. But I forage quite a lot too. Coming back from a walk without at the very least a spot of kindling is forbidden.

        3. Heyjude says:

          Not that many trees around here. And doesn’t it need to dry out? 🙄

        4. margaret21 says:

          Of course. We pop the wood in the shed for a year or two, and bring out the stuff we recycled earlier. I’m an incorrigible forager. It’s sloes and mushrooms at the moment.

        5. Heyjude says:

          Sloes have been wonderful around here this year. I did think of picking some but I don’t like sloe gin 😁

        6. margaret21 says:

          A few in an apple crumble or whatever introduces a nice characterful note. Worth a punt!

  8. What a lovely, cosy thing. 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      I love a real fire, even cleaning it out doesn’t bother me, but I had plenty of training as a child 😉

  9. sangita2020 says:

    Nice picture. A wood burner- nothing fancy but cute and handy to keep the cold out.

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