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    An actual Stove in a tarp!!

    I came across this video 9 months ago and it just blew me away!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gSErVXGY0U





    SmokeHouseHammock... if you are still around here at HF... you freaking rock dude!!! Totally awesome!!

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    There are a lot of great things about this video--best one is your umbrella. GREAT work, man.

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    So i'm not sure who manufactured that stove. I reasonably sure that it is a titnaum goat stove. If it is, it not the lightest Titanium goat stove. They actully offer a complete backpacking stove that weighs 1lb 11 oz.

    I assume that is a urthane coated tarp. I would be nervous with a sil nylon tarp with that set up.

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    Smoke house is a member here. And a great guy.
    Ambulo tua ambulo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kc7fys View Post
    There are a lot of great things about this video--best one is your umbrella. GREAT work, man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    So i'm not sure who manufactured that stove. I reasonably sure that it is a titnaum goat stove. If it is, it not the lightest Titanium goat stove. They actully offer a complete backpacking stove that weighs 1lb 11 oz.

    I assume that is a urthane coated tarp. I would be nervous with a sil nylon tarp with that set up.
    Had to look up that stove based on the weight you posted and boy was I impressed , but the price sorta scared me . I've been looking for a wood burning stove and so far had been eying a woodgas stove (1 lb 7 oz.) for $50.

    If it is that stove how do you find it to be redwood?

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    Smoke House has a post here showing off his tarp. I stumbled into it a while back. I'd love to build something like that for a week long camp out with the dogs.

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    Awwwwww, I see RED has found my youtube videos. That 1st one I tried putting together and it didn't load well on Youtube.... Here is another video alittle better...
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/v...ls&videoid=177

    Hulk, the fabric is 1.1 sil and weighs 1lb 14oz minus cord & stakes. I mainly use the shelter as a base camp when hunting and cold. Used many many times and never had an issue. The stove is a small TI box that weighs 2lbs 9oz. Doug from TI Goat does a great job.

    Turk has some videos of the large TI stove.

    Gargoyle, tks for the kind words.

    I have not been on here much, been so busy... I'm In the process of getting another sewing machine and making a Honeymoon tarp for 2 hammocks. UncleMJM came up with that name...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeHouse View Post
    I'm In the process of getting another sewing machine and making a Honeymoon tarp for 2 hammocks. UncleMJM came up with that name...
    Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeHouse View Post
    I have not been on here much, been so busy... I'm In the process of getting another sewing machine and making a Honeymoon tarp for 2 hammocks. UncleMJM came up with that name...
    If your ears were burning last weekend, it's because Old Gringo and I were talking about you while at the Texas Hang. I hope all is well in Arkansas and that you killed something during opening weekend for us to sample next time we get to hang in your back yard.

    BTW, I had the Kelty's Noah 12 set up as the Honeymoon Suite at this last hang - it worked, but I am still looking forward to your creation, but only in a time frame that works for you easily.

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    Smokehouse, how wide is that tarp setup? I assume it's rectangular with the front and back (doors) added on after you get the almost tent shape?

    I've got about 15 yards of white silnylon I was thinking about making into a setup like yours. It's been an inspiration since I saw your photos here in the forums.

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