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Something about wood smoke

There is something about the smell of wood smoke in the fall.

We arrived at the cabin Friday night and the temperature inside read barely 10 C. It was chilly and called immediately for a fire.

Stored in an old trunk was the kindling created by my brother-in-law this past summer. It didn’t take long for the fire to catch in the Woodsman stove, which only is lit just after ice-out in early spring or into the fall to heat the cabin.

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