I hated the wood burning furnace at first, but having to chop so much wood has gotten me into great shape and increased my work ethic
While my divorce was nothing short of catastrophic, now that some time has passed I can see how it was all for the best. My wife and I had never been clearly suited for one another, and how we ended up together is something that never should have happened. After a few years together we decided to pull the plug on it, and things ended up getting litigious and ugly for a while. Now I have a new life in a new place very remote and far away, and overall I am much happier than I have been in years. At first I moved into a cabin with no HVAC system because it was all that I could afford. After surviving my first winter here alone, relying on myself for shelter, good, and heating, I think that I will let my cabin stay the way it is. The cabin has a small wood burning stove in the main room, and is the only source of heating for the place. It is up to me to cut wood and find kindling every single day to keep that heating alive, because there is no one here to help out. I hated the wood burning furnace at first, but having to chop so much wood has gotten me into great shape and increased my work ethic. I will have to wait and see how bad the summers are here, but I know if I can survive a winter with no heating I can survive a summer with no cooling. Let’s just see what happens!