My spouse was legitimately sad about having enough wood for the fireplace this year. When it gets legitimately freezing outside, the people I was with and I often use the fireplace to help supplement with the oil furnace. This saves us a lot of currency on purchasing fuel for the oil furnace. Both of us live on a mountain, plus there is never a lack of downed wood for the fireplace. The older trees are always coming down in windstorms, in an effort to make room for the younger plus more hardy trees. It isn’t like the people I was with and I are chopping trees down, it is just the old wood. This year, the people I was with and I didn’t get out to gather wood, plus he was sad that the people I was with and I would not have enough for the winter. Both of us are already a month into Wintertide plus the people I was with and I haven’t used the fireplace. Once in a while, Mother Nature throws us a bone. It can be a extreme winter, or it can be a mild winter. This year, it is of the mild type. Both of us have only had a few nights when the people I was with and I thought it was legitimately freezing enough to need the extra heating. Our uneven temperatures have stayed in the forties, which isn’t what the people I was with and I legitimately like, because it is rough for the ski resorts. Fortunately, when the people I was with and I look at the heating situation, it is excellent. Both of us haven’t need to refill our oil tank yet, which is great, but I do miss the snow. I’m just hoping that the people I was with and I don’t wake up in the next couple of weeks, plus find a foot of snow that lasts well into the Springtime. We’ll be scrambling to get more wood in to keep the fireplace running for the remainder of the Wintertide season.