This load of maple burned for at least 20 min, lost track, moving kind of slow, fell off my scaffolding two days ago while washing my RV. Nothing broke, only my asphalt driveway when It met up with my knees......ouch!!!!! As I was on my way down my ear/head met up with the cross brace of the scaffold, now I have a black ear it's totally black and blue and reminds me of a Farengi gone badJBRanger wrote:Veedddy nice! 1 question.... Does a SuperStove fit inside of the stove? This of course would just be a backup in case of bad weather/ wet everything.
I have the same pot and this looks awesome. With 1 load of fuel how long does it burn? Have you tried wet wood in it to see how it fairs? Thanks.
In other news... you should add just a little music or something to your videos. The quality is great, just need some ambient sounds to go along with the awesome stoves.
I'll check to see how the Super Stove fits inside. It may have to be shimmed up to come to the top edge of the stove.
When you view this video don't be set back when you see the size of the wood pellets that I'm using for fuel. this video is for real, no funny business here, no trickery. This wood was top lit using only paper and small slivers of wood. No chemicals used.
You can see the ability of dry wood to be top lit in a stove that provides the necessary amount of oxygen to come up through the stove.