I remember my Dad chopping wood for the fireplace. We used it all winter to heat the house. Mom did a lot of cooking there also. Our mountain home in Pennsylvania was only heated by wood. Many frigid nights two cobble stones were heated in the stove to put in canvas bags and lay under the covers to heat our feet all night. My Wife grew up that way in Virginia also.
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Freud & Jung relaxing with friends at a Turkish banya during a psychoanalysts’ retreat , ca. 1907.
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