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The Pipsqueak is even smaller than the hobbit and is made by the same company (salamander). Its apparently portable...drooling :-), happy smile, all things warm and cute. Charming!

The Pipsqueak is even smaller than the hobbit and is made by the same company (salamander). Its apparently portable...drooling :-), happy smile, all things warm and cute. Charming!

The Kimberly Stove™ Small Wood Stoves for RVs, Boats, and Tiny houses! EPA Certified.

The Kimberly Stove™ Small Wood Stoves for RVs, Boats, and Tiny houses! EPA Certified.

you can burn pine cones in heaters like these :) small ceramic wood burning heater - Google Search

you can burn pine cones in heaters like these :) small ceramic wood burning heater - Google Search

I have a thing for portable tea sets. This is a particularly nice example...

I have a thing for portable tea sets. This is a particularly nice example...

we have thought about this project soooo many times..except the back would be for our motorcycle...

we have thought about this project soooo many times..except the back would be for our motorcycle...

Cool Wood Stoves - wood burning cast iron stoves by Invicta

Cool Wood Stoves - wood burning cast iron stoves by Invicta

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The Hobbit, Small Multi Fuel Cast Iron Stove  Seen recommended on http://sustainablog.org/2011/02/small-wood-burning-stoves-review/ - may be a bit small for our dining room? But can I resist something with a name like that?! :D

The Hobbit, Small Multi Fuel Cast Iron Stove Seen recommended on http://sustainablog.org/2011/02/small-wood-burning-stoves-review/ - may be a bit small for our dining room? But can I resist something with a name like that?! :D

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows, on a budget of $500. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both rustic and modern. More than anything, though, it is a representation of the couple's diligent and penny-pinching efforts.

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows, on a budget of $500. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both rustic and modern. More than anything, though, it is a representation of the couple's diligent and penny-pinching efforts.

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