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Postby zelph » Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:46 pm

Hello Paul,

We're glad to have you here. :D You have an interesting background in stoves. Bushbuddies before they were renamed, cool. I'd like to see them sometime in the future when you have time show and tell.

Wood gas stoves remind me of the "Beaner" stove :roll: they are too hard to light and keep burning. They might be ok if you use wood pellets.

When you use your "everything nice" stove do you have a lot of charcoal pellets left over?

I liked how the tall stove with the central tube worked. The central tube being a nice chimney to get the nice draft going. What is the name of that one?

C-pap machines come in nice compact travel size models. Good for 3 day overnighters.

Are you refering to this stove that simplepeddler has:

Looks like the one his son makes.

Is that the one you ordered and has not arrived?
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Postby Ridgerunner » Mon Apr 16, 2012 10:13 am

Andrew wrote:hi! friends . i am new here . heart about this forum from a friend of mine
i hope i will be active here in the future


Welcome Andrew! Pull a log up to the fire and feel free to join the conversation ;)
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Postby zelph » Mon Apr 16, 2012 3:12 pm

Hello and welcome Andrew. Where abouts are you from?
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Postby GardnerOutdoorLD » Mon Jul 02, 2012 7:37 pm

Hi everyone. I have what I think is a new alcohol stove design. The large version will boil 1 liter of water in less than 4 minutes using 55 ml of fuel. The small version will boil 1 liter in less than 6 minutes using 40 ml of fuel. Anyone interested?

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Postby realityguy » Mon Jul 02, 2012 8:45 pm

No one here is interested in new stove designs!... :roll: If you believe that..I've got some lakefront property in Death Valley I'd like to sell you.. ;)
POST IT!Make a new thread in the appropriate "stove" category(wood,alcohol)...New stove ideas are always welcome here..
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Postby realityguy » Mon Jul 02, 2012 9:17 pm

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http://register.photobucket.com/

Post your stove ideas there under a new "topic"(name of your stove,etc..)..Most of us have picture storage at free sites like http://www.photobucket.com. (registration link above).Set Up an account(free,free,FREE!),take pictures..load them there..then click on the picture(s)/checkmark the box below the picture(s) that you want to post and use the :"Choose action"/generate links/clickable thumbnail for bulletin boards" at the bottom of the photobucket file page.The link will turn yellow..then just go back into the thread.and click in the space.The pictures will come up wherever you have them in the write-up about your stove..Like this..

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People can click on your picture for a closeup.I think the maximum they allow is 800x600 at photobucket..big enough..That's a 640x480 size..
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Postby Linedawg » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:43 am

Hello from the Arkansas Ozarks. Im an avid Backpacker, Fly fisherman and stove accumulator. I look forward to being a member.

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Postby zelph » Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:44 pm

We're glad you are here. Oh My! you're from the Bass Fishing Capitol of the world :D You must eat up a lot of fishing line you Linedawg :mrgreen:
We welcome you to our humble stove accumilating corner of the world. :D
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Postby pbft » Wed May 15, 2013 3:51 pm

Cool forum! Tripped across this while researching wood gasification stoves for backpacking.

I've been an ultralight camper (bicycle and backpack) since 1976 when I independently 'invented' hammock camping for bicycle trips. Figured out the sleeping bag with zipper foot trick after a frigid night and been learning ever since. Didn't realize there was a whole hammock camping community on the web until a couple of years ago.

I've been doing wood gasification for home heating since 2005 and have a certain degree of notoriety in that community as 'nofossil' (http://www.nofossil.org)

Pretty excited to explore the current state of the art in lightweight / clean burning wood burning for backpacking purposes as well as anything else I can learn.

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Postby zelph » Wed May 15, 2013 10:20 pm

pbft wrote:Cool forum! Tripped across this while researching wood gasification stoves for backpacking.

I've been an ultralight camper (bicycle and backpack) since 1976 when I independently 'invented' hammock camping for bicycle trips. Figured out the sleeping bag with zipper foot trick after a frigid night and been learning ever since. Didn't realize there was a whole hammock camping community on the web until a couple of years ago.

I've been doing wood gasification for home heating since 2005 and have a certain degree of notoriety in that community as 'nofossil' (http://www.nofossil.org)

Pretty excited to explore the current state of the art in lightweight / clean burning wood burning for backpacking purposes as well as anything else I can learn.


We like wood burners here at bplite :D We do a little solar cooking also. "Oops56" is our in house expert. Your website looks interesting. We welcome you to our humble little corner of cyberspace.

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