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Bringing the outdoors in

Wurstmeister

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Looks good my friend. Proves good things do come in small packages. Plus it kept you warm as well. 🍻
 

TNJAKE

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That things so cool everytime I see it. What's the heat source?
 

dirtsailor2003

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That things so cool everytime I see it. What's the heat source?
Here I was using denatured alcohol in an alcohol burner.
When camping and outdoors I use sticks and twigs and occasionally wood pellets.
 

TNJAKE

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Here I was using denatured alcohol in an alcohol burner.
When camping and outdoors I use sticks and twigs and occasionally wood pellets.
Cool I'm gonna have to check them out. That big one you have is nuts
 

thirdeye

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I enjoy seeing the new innovations on camping stoves. That one is way cool.

I still have my 1-2-3 Swedish backpacking stove from the early 70's, this sucker burns anything (white gas, gasoline, naptha, vodka) it does not matter. It's the bomb.... actually it is kind of a bomb in the wrong hands, but I love this thing.
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dirtsailor2003

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I enjoy seeing the new innovations on camping stoves. That one is way cool.

I still have my 1-2-3 Swedish backpacking stove from the early 70's, this sucker burns anything (white gas, gasoline, naptha, vodka) it does not matter. It's the bomb.... actually it is kind of a bomb in the wrong hands, but I love this thing.
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Those are great stoves. Had one moons ago that someone decided they needed more than I did.

I’ve used all kinds of backpack stoves over the years. Really like the twig burners because we don’t have to pack fuel. Most places we pack in we can find twigs to burn.

When we camper camp my white gas stoves are my go to coolers.
 

dirtsailor2003

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Cool I'm gonna have to check them out. That big one you have is nuts
Really like our Solostoves. The bigger ones give us a piece of mind when camping that we won’t burn down the forest. We don’t camp in campgrounds so having a safer way to have a campfire now a days is a good thing.
 

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