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Re: Re: bringing the yard inside

Don't I wish that was for the whole 11 months!  No, not feasible to
change at this point; we have hot water baseboard heat and natural
gas isn't near here...LP gas would be even more expensive for this
house, really,  plus trying to retrofit for ducts would be really
costly.  Stuck with this one I fear...  I do have LP gas for my
cooktop - has saved my bacon during elec. outages on many occasions.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Double Egads.  After writing that I thought to myself, "Silly, she
> $310 for the whole 11 months - much cheaper than I pay."  But now
you say
> you actually pay $310 every month save one?  Would it be feasible
to change
> to a different energy source?  I couldn't possibly afford that
bill.  Heck,
> my car payment isn't that high.

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