I have heard good things about these designs
#1 being weight and simplicity!
I have also seen it done with a Fosters Oil Can
These home made alcohol stoves are quite popular with backpackers who aim to travel light. There are regular threads on the topic on TLB
I've been using a Swedish Tragia cookset for a number of years - this one that comes with two pots plus windscreen and stand. The burner itself is a little brass cup, about three inches across. It is hard to beat the simplicity of this type of stove.
Alcohol burners also come in a size large enough to heat water for a whole dog team, and burn a couple of bottles of HEET per use. Fairbanks mushing supply shops carry these.
Has to be one of the neatest things I have seen in a long time. Even my wife thought that was pretty cool.
2007 2500hd, Max/Alli, Hawk FWC (the new explorer)
Build thread: http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...07-Chevy-Build
2006 Jeep LJ Rubicon
Build thread: http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...006-LJ-Rubicon
Originally Posted by Desertdude
Oh man... that is so last month's news...
It definitely is worth checking out! Nice find Pasquale!
Yeah, dude, just having some fun!
This isn't that kind of forum, though... We're all way more laid back than that!
Just smile and have a
BTW how's the knee?
getting better - powering through the pain to get it flexing - I am starting to walk and hope to be moving faster in about 4 more weeksOriginally Posted by flyingwil
thanks for asking!