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04/27/2022

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Shel

Great Falls Montana -- add "Moose and Squirrel" and you have Frostbite Falls Minnesota. Coincidence?

steve

only at Wossamotta U

Denny Henke

Agreed! It's the most available solution, ready to go! I live in a tiny house and go with the seasons. In the summer I let it get as warm as possible... I can do pretty well up to 80 or above depending on humidity. In the winter 59 is very doable. I may try for lower in coming years. But yes, bundling up and just generally, I think making it a human priority to be aware of the problems and solutions and evaluating them and taking action.

Jheri

My place uses district heat in Denmark. In heating season it will provide heat up to 17° in the day and 13° at night. It’s no problem with the right clothes. I’m more comfortable than when I lived in the US and Canada.

and Tom Baker!!

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