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Short term, 500 pound propane tank and lots of smaller ones. Longer term will be wood. Really want to look into building a solar cooker though.
Me too.
Also add dung fires, wood is rare here.
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Christy, that's the one...I thought about the Gems, but I've read more about the Pioneers. They looked more rugged and I'm not sure if there is any maintenance differences...

@ComancheSniper...got blueprints/how to for that bad boy? Need something outside the cabin for outside cooking. Also, looking for something that will contain the fire, as we (obviously being in Colorado right now) have strict fire bans.

@Lost ID ...any experience with dung burning? Our BOL is in open range/rancher's association and we have plenty to burn. I've read all the old cowboy tricks about it, but haven't tried it yet.
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