potbellied stove


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There's a potbellied stove in a corner, a toy train that runs through the rafters, and crazy spiral stairs that lead to the kitchen below.
Bone weary but a happy hunter, rather than cook I ate my last couple of packed PB&J sandwiches, sipped some bourbon, tossed a couple of fat logs into the potbellied stove, climbed into my old-fashioned, square-bottomed Eureka sleeping bag (no mummy shape for this body) and slept till dawn.
For the small bayou community--called Pumpkin Bend--where I grew up, I wrote a newspaper by hand and sold copies at the only business around: a country store with a potbellied stove, candy cases, and those old-time soda coolers with glass bottles submerged in icy water.
The store's potbellied stove was always surrounded by old men telling stories, swapping lies, sipping on those small Coca-Cola bottles they sold back then.
There are modern versions of the old potbellied stove that are both stylish and capable of heating a large area.
We may as well go back inside," I murmured into her soft hair after a long while, "drink our wine,"--at which she shook her head vehemently--"and sleep in the kitchen beside the potbellied stove.
One of the show's earliest works, Standing Poet, 1953, is an anthropomorphic bronze sculpture recalling a potbellied stove.
Old Fred every winter morning would come in with his coal bucket and noisily fill the potbellied stove.
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A potbellied stove nicely toasts the interior of a domed tent that is 30 feet in diameter and 13.
During the summer it's a store, but now, guests can relax under a wagon-wheel cowboy chandelier warmed by the wood blaze in a potbellied stove.