A propane heating system is now in service at the lodge. It replaces the wood pellet furnace that was no longer operational. The furnace is just like your home system, a thermostat controls the operation of the furnace. There is no need to do anything on the furnace to start it up.
The furnace provides heat to the main room, both washrooms, the basement plumbing area and the kitchen.
Remember, keep the temperature low (under 70) and turn the thermostat down at night or when leaving the building temporarily unoccupied such as a hike. Please conserve propane.
Our water heater sprung a leak and the park installed an new one for us.
Also, there are orange buckets on the hills of the driveway to camp. They contain stone that can be used for traction in case of ice on the roadway.
Paul Weisenbacher, Camp Chair