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Old 01-11-2008, 10:31 AM
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Just wanted to stop by and say hi. Been so busy installing outdoor furnaces that I dont know my head from a 824A.

Hopefully I'll start getting more "me time", and can stop more often'der!
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Great to hear from you Dave, hows the little one. Being a daddy is fun, but your right about all those hours, gotta feed them for a least the next eighteen years.

Think you'll be able to free up and get together at the Mid-Atlantic meet in Carlisle this year?
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on those furnaces ....

got any brochures or a place to look

im in orange cty new york
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Thanks Joe

The lil ****'s 18 mo now... seems like yesterday

Michael, I only install Central Boiler outdoor wood furnaces. There are a lot of different manufactures out there. I won't say which way is the right way, just do your research.

www.centralboiler.com
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