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    Default Hot Bucket Bath

    Can anyone tell me how much wood I would need to get a nice hot bath like this guy??
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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixguy View Post
    Can anyone tell me how much wood I would need to get a nice hot bath like this guy??
    That's a man's hot tub.

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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    I'll have to say that I never seen that one before. I guess that is called making due with what you got!
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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    Depends on how cold it is outside. Right now, I would guess about 1/2 a face cord would get you a nice hot bath.

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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    I'd be more concerned about taking the temper out of the steel? Wind up with a weak bucket?
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    Caption: Hey! Quit making bubbles in the tub. I have to take a bath in there next.
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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    Judging by the color of the water, he did more than just make bubbles
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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    Not sure, but you might want to ask these guys.......
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    Default Re: Hot Bucket Bath

    Quote Originally Posted by nickel plate View Post
    Not sure, but you might want to ask these guys.......
    LOL Yikes!!! Looks like "Hot Cross Buns"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickel plate View Post
    Not sure, but you might want to ask these guys.......
    Forgot to mention but if you look real close, the're sitting in ice cubes!

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