What happened to my simple coal heater?

When I was a kid, my dad used to have a hopper that she would fill with coal.

Throughout the evening, the coal would slowly transfer into the oil furnace plus provide us warmth plus comfort all through the evening.

Every one of us had a thermostat in the residing room that was far away from the door so it didn’t get any frigid drafts. Every one of us spent several evenings curled up on the old sofa bed. The stairway would be restrained off with blankets to keep the heat from going up the stairs. Every one of us would have long evenings in the residing room, pretending the people I was with and I were camping, on the evenings when the temperatures would drop below zero. Tending to that old coal oil furnace seemed straight-forward plus although the people I was with and I didn’t sleep upstairs in the winter, the people I was with and I were hot plus cozy plus the people I was with and I regularly enjoyed the evening time. Now the people I was with and I have an oil burner plus whenever the power goes out, the people I was with and I don’t have any heat. The oil furnace often glitches if the people I was with and I have a power glitch plus after that I need to go downstairs plus reset the oil furnace. Every one of us never had that complication with the coal oil furnace. It didn’t rely on electricity to run. It was all done with good old gravity. As much as I like the up-to-date furnaces plus their ability to provide good heat to every room of the house, I love having heating no matter what the weather, or whether or not the people I was with and I have electricity. If I could go back in time plus find a up-to-date coal oil furnace that worked separate from any needing to load coal once or twice a morning, plus still ran separate from electricity, I would ecstaticly buy a single.
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