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My favorite brands right now are Helly Hansen jackets, Polo terry cloth shirts and Johnnie-O swim trunks and shirts . I bought an $89 pair of Johnnie-O swim trunks New With Tags for $25. It has a great search engine that you enter your own size and brands and it populates it with that stuff and you can save a ton of money.

Solo Stoves Are On Huge Sale Here’s 12 of The Most Asked Solo Stove Questions and Here’s A $15 Discount Code Link To Use

Solo Stove Top 10 Questions, Answered;

If you are a new Solo Stove owner or getting ready to become one, chances are your excitement comes with some questions. 

To guide you along your journey, we’ve gathered the top questions we get from new or soon-to-be Solo Stove owners and answered them for you right here.

1) Where’s the best place to set up my fire pit?

  • Keep your fire pit at least six feet away from buildings while in use.
  • Keep 15-20 feet above your fire pit clear of obstructions, such as tree branches and patio overhangs.

2) Can I build a table around my fire pit?

Absolutely! Just make sure you leave 3-6” space between the fire pit’s walls and the enclosure. Here’s some of our favorite photos below.

3) What kind of wood can I use in my fire pit?

  • Hardwoods: oak, pecan, and hickory
  • Other: juniper and cedar

We don’t recommend using pressure-treated wood, pallet wood, or any wood left over from a construction site as they usually have been chemically treated. They could also contain staples, nails, or screws that can damage your fire pit.

We created a simple, step-by-step guide to building a smoke-free fire here.

4) Can I leave my fire pit outside?

Yes! We only recommend you cover your fire pit to protect it from the elements. Lid is a great option to use as a temporary cover, while our Shelter is designed to keep your fire pit safe from rain, snow, dust, and leaves while storing your fire pit outside permanently.

5) Can I store firewood and some accessories inside my fire pit?

Absolutely! Our fire pit’s flame ring and Stand are designed to nest inside your fire pit. This is especially helpful if you plan on taking your fire pit along for the ride or storing your fire pit outdoors. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Place Stand inside your fire pit, along with any firewood you want to stash away for your next burn.
  2. Remove the flame ring, invert it, and place it back on top of your fire pit. You can do the same with your Shield, but you will have to remove it’s upper lid and place it inside your fire pit before inverting it.
  3. If you own a Ranger or Bonfire, you can then put everything inside the included carry case and stash it in your car or RV. If you own Yukon, you can then place your Shelter or Lid on top.

Now you’ve got your next burn set up and ready to go in one easy package!

6) Do I need 27” or 30” accessories for my Yukon?

Our 30” Yukon retired to our Hall of Flame on June 30th, 2020 to make way for the 27” Yukon. If you ordered your Yukon before then, you can still purchase accessories for your 30” Yukon on our site!

On the other hand, if you have purchased your Yukon on June 30th, 2020 or later, you will need to purchase 27” accessories.

7) Can I get discounts on my future Solo Stove purchases?

You can earn rewards points for all your Solo Stove purchases and redeem them for in store credit by signing up for our Firestarter Rewards program!

8) How do I clean my Solo Stove?

Just tip over your fire pit or use a shop vacuum to remove the ash.

After a handful of burns, gold and blue hues might begin to emerge on your fire pit. This is a result of the stainless steel reacting to the intense heat generated inside your fire pit and will not affect your fire pit’s performance. We think of it as a “patina.”

If you want to keep your Solo Stove as shiny as the day you unboxed it, a little Bar Keepers Friend and a damp rag will polish it up nicely. Check out the tutorial below to learn how!

9) Will my Solo Stove burn my grass?

Not if you use your fire pit with Stand. For more information, check out our blog on how and when to use Stand with your fire pit.

10) Where can I get advice from other Solo Stove owners?

Join Firestarters, the official Solo Stove Facebook community, to connect with other Solo Stove fans, show off your flame, and get inspired by how others enjoy their Solo Stove. You’ll even get 500 Firestarter rewards points just for joining!

Free Streaming Nia, Restorative Yoga and Moving to Heal Classes via Zoom with Linda for the Week of Jan. 24th New Saturday Classes

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New Saturday Classes

With the proliferation of Omicron I decided to add a Nia and Restorative Yoga class on Saturday mornings for Jan and Feb. Nia at 10 AM (come early at 9:30 for chatting. Bring your hot drink and enjoy some socialization.) Restorative Yoga at 11:15 AM. The links are on the zoom class page of the website. We had a large number of people attend the classes on New Year’s Day so I thought I’d continue it till covid quiets down. We are so done with you covid!!!!

Current Nia Routine: Disney Songs

This Disney routine focuses on the hands and feet.The body parts we take the most for granted, until they are painful.

So join us and we’ll have fun singing and dancing to Disney Songs. Here’s a sneak preview of one of my favorite finds, an a cappella version of“I Wanna Be Like You”from…

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GloucesterCast 545 With Katelyn Ciaramitaro, Brandon Pratt, Chris McCarthy, Scottie Mac Pat and Jimmy D and Joey C Livestreaming 1/23/22

GloucesterCast 545 With Katelyn Ciaramitaro, Brandon Pratt, Chris McCarthy, Scottie Mac Pat and Jimmy D and Joey C Livestreaming 1/23/22

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Three reasons why winter is the best time to test your home for radon.

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Did you know that regardless of what type of home you have or if you already have a radon mitigation system, the EPA suggests testing the radon level every two years? If you are like most people, you considered a test when purchasing a property and haven’t thought about it since. The EPA suggests testing EVERY home for radon. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US with an EPA predicted result of 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year. Testing for radon has recently become more popular in the US and people who have been in their homes for a long time may never have tested. One in four homes in Massachusetts has an unsafe level of radon and from my experience in testing many homes on Cape Ann there is…

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