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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Traded in the old solid fuel stove for a very cool Trangia alcohol stove. About 20 bucks delivered. Using 3 ounce of alcohol, I boiled 2 quarts of water in 15:45, then simmered it at a rolling boil for another 50 minutes. And it only weigh a few grams. I can recommend the "wilderness"...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Lets talk about food someone would keep in their bug out bag For years, and I mean for years I have kept a food bag in my bug out / camping bag. For the most part the food bag contains a single burner stove for a bug out bag, pot for cooking, eating utensils, lighter and matches for the stove...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I was looking for a durable, efficient and simple(w/o piezo igniter) canister stove. Thanks to you guys, the Pocker Rocket was a leading candidate and I was ready to pull a trigger but then I found this article at backpackers.com which reviewed several very popular stoves and one of them was...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    http://beprepared.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_CK%20S595_A_name_E_Volcano%20II%20Collapsible%20Stove%20with%20Propane%20Attachment I'm looking for something small that I can use to heat up a meal without having to fire up the big weber grill on the back porch. I'm also thinking smaller means less...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello All, I'm new to the site and just starting to prepare my Bug Out Bags and Survival kits. I have question that I hope someone can assist with. I travel a lot for work and in a disaster type situation there is a strong chance that I will be in my car. I live in an area where the winters...
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    It all started several months ago when I was telling my buddy about the undeveloped / primitive camping spots on the Angelina River here in Jasper Texas. Years ago we used to go camping along the bayous and marshes around Bridge City and Orangefield, Texas. But we have not done that in several...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Im just trying to figure out why anyone would pack a fuel powered stove in their BOB. I understand most prepare for 72hrs(I prepare for longterm situation). Fuel will run out very fast. In the space used for a stove you could fit 4 more pair of socks which i think are exponentially more...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Its one thing to have a remote camp that you and your family visits on the weekends, its another thing to have this camp prepped and ready to go for a disaster. Having the camp prepped means the difference between having a bug out location, or having a weekend get away. One of the comforts of...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm new at this, and I just wanted to pick a few brains. Do you think a multi fuel stove (MSR for example) is a better choice or a propane stove. I am favoring the multi fuel, but I wanted to see what others thought on the subject. If this has been covered in another post, I'm sorry I didn't see...
  10. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    My Brother (also a member) & I spent some time recently camping & hiking around Eisenhower state park in north Texas on Lake Texhoma. It is a really decent park with some good trails and great scenary. I'm told it has great fishing although I have been skunked both times! According to my Dad I'm...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This video was posted as a reply in another thread, so I wanted to give it a thread of its own in the videos section. This is the Colman 533 dual fuel stove. This stove can use white gas and regular gasoline. This is my first liquid fuel stove. I usually use my propane stove on camping and...
  12. Urban Survival
    for those who missed the posts on Pepsi Can low pressure alcohol stoves. http://www.pcthiker.com/pages/gear/pepsiGstoveinstruct.shtml
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