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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    What's your preferred fuel for a hiking trip into the woods for 5 days. I like alcohol. The stove is light, and it boils water in about 3-4 minutes. Plus, if you spill fuel over all your gear, you won't smell for the rest of the trip.
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Anyone ever heard of the Vargo Hexagon Wood Stove? I hadn't until Mark at contacted me and asked if I would like to do a review. Since I like to see new gear, I said "sure". The first thing that I notices as I took the stove out of the box is how thin it is. Here are some...
  5. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Thanks to, I had the chance to look at the Vargo Titanium Triad Alcohol Stove and Vargo Titanium Sierra 750 Cup. Overall, I thought it was a pretty good combination. The stove is super lightweight, weighing only about 1 ounce. Here are some of the specs. • Weight: 1.0 oz. (28...
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