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Staying Warm + Sharing Stories Of The Past

Now that January is upon us many people will be out on the slopes taking in the views and getting some much-needed fresh air. After spending time hitting the fresh powder of the hills, what better way to warm up than with a hot beverage next to a fire.

That was the thought behind creating The Cowboy Cauldron for the Steamboat Ski Resort. Bringing both the culture of western cowboys and our community’s love of skiing into one warm project.

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Our 2021 Year in Review

As the clock winds down on 2021, we’re taking a moment to reflect on a year filled with triumphs and accomplishments. To celebrate, we’re raising a toast to some of the highlights that made this year such a successful one.

From growing our Mountain Home family to supporting our community, we’re immensely grateful to our loyal customers and the opportunities that came our way this year.

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The Tastiest Turkey of All Time

As we roll into the Holiday season, families all over the country are dropping a big blob of bird into their shopping carts and hauling it home for the holiday.

Then they spend the next half hour throwing out all of the year-old salad dressings to make room in the fridge for a thaw that takes longer than a USPS delivery. For many people, the week is spent fretting over which cooking method to attempt this year…

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Fireplace?

Perhaps you’ve recently bought a new (old) house, and it came with a crumbling open hearth. Or your grandmother passed along the family woodstove and you’re questioning if your unused chimney could be cleaned up for use again. 

Whatever the reason, it’s a question that plagues many people. Can an old chimney be repaired? Can you replace the existing fireplace? Or put in gas or pellet when it was always wood before? 

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Avoid Damage and Save Money with Dry Firewood

It’s practically heating season in the mountains! As fall and winter are upon us, it’s important to plan ahead if you burn wood.

You may have heard that burning dry wood is better, but you may not be aware of how essential it is to the environment. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with tips on how to choose the best dry wood to maximize heat and minimize air pollution.

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