Re: Propane seems to stop at below freezing
Just another experience. I have stayed at places in the Winter where the tank is on top of or is buried in the snow and the pipe from the tank runs uninsulated 20 feet under the house to the furnace and then another 20 feet to the kitchen stove. And never had a problem in 50 years of use with propane failing due to cold temperatures including as cold as -12F.
Dave, you're kidding with that picture aren't you. It scares the crap out of me every time I see it!
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