Originally Posted by DuctTape
Make a platform of wood for the stove. A couple of logs should work fine.
That seems pretty straightforward. BTW, one other lesson learned on this past trip, for those of you who are Noobs like me and think everything works like they say it does (although I think "they" have never been outside other than between their home/cars/work/home). I took a small (i.e. 10") foldable hand saw from Coleman to cut small branch size, 2-3 inch diameter logs for the stove. Being older, fatter, and generally less in shape (think winded playing chess), cutting those devils with that tiny wobbley saw, was a classic pain in the keester. Next time, lightweight (see, I'm learning), collapsable, saw (Sven Saw maybe?). Should make the task a tad easier.
I know not how to aid you, save in the assurance of one of mature age, and much severe experience, that you can not fail, if you resolutely determine, that you will not.
--July 22, 1860