Where to Get Coal in Mckean County, PA?

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hutchins520
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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 6:07 pm

Hello there. I'm new to this forum and to coal burning. But it's been 3 days since firing up my warm morning 520 and I'm already hooked! My husband thinks i'm insane, but a very warm insane woman is more fun than a cold one! The posts I've read from this forum have been a life saver. the house we have moved into has been my family's hunting cabin. it's an old brick house that on a sunny day you can see sunlight coming through the brick like a movie projector. great fun on a blizzardy day. 3 rooms have been insulated, the rest are sieves. with no furnace. we must rely on our own wits to stay warm. and never go anywhere for more than a day. i'd have it no other way. I've said all that to say this: where can I buy some good coal for minimal money? I have a wood burning stove upstairs, and the warm morning 520 in the basement. it's nice to have warm toasty feet instead of biting cold feet!.
I ain't never seen em, but my common sense tells me the Andes is foothills, and the Alps is for children to climb. These here is God's finest scupturings. And there ain't no laws for the brave ones. And there ain't no asylums for the crazy ones. there ain't no churches, except for this right here. And there ain't no priests excepting the birds. By God, I are a mountain man, and I'll live til an arrow or a bullet finds me. And then I'll leave my bones on this great map of the magnificent

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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 6:10 pm

forgot to say where... mckean county, pa, or thereabouts.
I ain't never seen em, but my common sense tells me the Andes is foothills, and the Alps is for children to climb. These here is God's finest scupturings. And there ain't no laws for the brave ones. And there ain't no asylums for the crazy ones. there ain't no churches, except for this right here. And there ain't no priests excepting the birds. By God, I are a mountain man, and I'll live til an arrow or a bullet finds me. And then I'll leave my bones on this great map of the magnificent

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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:09 pm

Hello there. I'm new to this forum and to coal burning. But it's been 3 days since firing up my warm morning 520 and I'm already hooked! My husband thinks i'm insane, but a very warm insane woman is more fun than a cold one! The posts I've read from this forum have been a life saver. the house we have moved into has been my family's hunting cabin. it's an old brick house that on a sunny day you can see sunlight coming through the brick like a movie projector. great fun on a blizzardy day. 3 rooms have been insulated, the rest are sieves. with no furnace. we must rely on our own wits to stay warm. and never go anywhere for more than a day. i'd have it no other way. I've said all that to say this: where can I buy some good coal for minimal money? I have a wood burning stove upstairs, and the warm morning 520 in the basement. it's nice to have warm toasty feet instead of biting cold feet!.
I guess I botched this whole post. Didn't even have a subject title somehow. hopefully someone will read it!
I ain't never seen em, but my common sense tells me the Andes is foothills, and the Alps is for children to climb. These here is God's finest scupturings. And there ain't no laws for the brave ones. And there ain't no asylums for the crazy ones. there ain't no churches, except for this right here. And there ain't no priests excepting the birds. By God, I are a mountain man, and I'll live til an arrow or a bullet finds me. And then I'll leave my bones on this great map of the magnificent

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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:12 pm

I'm sure a PA member will be along shortly.

Welcome aboard. :)
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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:15 pm

the nearest ace hardware store??

Costa’s Ace Hardware
323 E. Water St.
Ph. 887-5542
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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:24 pm

i'll call thanks. never thought to check with them. nearest would be st. mary's pa.
I ain't never seen em, but my common sense tells me the Andes is foothills, and the Alps is for children to climb. These here is God's finest scupturings. And there ain't no laws for the brave ones. And there ain't no asylums for the crazy ones. there ain't no churches, except for this right here. And there ain't no priests excepting the birds. By God, I are a mountain man, and I'll live til an arrow or a bullet finds me. And then I'll leave my bones on this great map of the magnificent

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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:26 pm

Are there any Amish over your way, I`m in Crawford County & most of the coal suppliers here are Amish but I`m sure you can find some local stove shops that sell bagged coal.
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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:40 pm

Hutch-Do you have a pick up truck or a trailer? You near Bradford, right? There should be a coal supplier in Bedford, maybe St Mary's too.
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Post Wed. Feb. 03, 2010 7:46 pm

I like your words at the end of your post, from the movie Jaremiah Johnson... a good movie. welcom
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Post Thu. Feb. 04, 2010 7:27 am

Depending on where you are in PA and how close you are to NY/PA Border.
Petersons Coal & Stoves in Portville, NY. (Rt. 305 North)
Sissons Stoves in Bolivar, NY
- Dave
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