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    Wood burnig stove part 2 and new tarp

    Howdy boys and girls,

    just got my new 10x11' JRB tarp and wanted to try it out when I read the original "wodd burning stove thread" so I though I combine two things. So, I set out to try the tarp and I must say I really very happy with it: Big, yet very packable and very intelligently fitted with loops so all kinds of setups are possible. Also, I brought my stove and fitted everything together. Why, you may ask, did I want want to ruin a perfectly good and brand new tarp at the very beginning? Well, it ain't quite so. Have a look at the foto stroy and let me hear what you think. http://picasaweb.google.com/kdr911/N...eat=directlink
    Conclusion is: A wood burning stove as a closed system with stovepipe and everything works really well, but you got to be constantly on alert so things don't go wrong. I might do it again, but you can't really relax while firing away. PVC and fire just don't mix too well.

    All the best, saupacker

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    OK, so I have to admit I laughed when I saw the pic 'There she blows'! Did you do any in/out thermometer readings to get an idea of how many btu's you were catching with the tarp?
    The only negative that jumps at me is the size of the stove pipe! and I think if in my area of the woods a ranger saw the set up he def. be quizzing me about what kinda of meth i might be brewing

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    lol
    diffrent then mine, i wish i had a camera to show you. but with snake skins keeping the hammock up n away its nice for a few people to sit n bs

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    That´s a sweet tarp you´ve acquired there, does it hold any of the heat the stove makes?

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    Is that an ITS Tactical patch on your bag?

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    awesome,,, I like me a good wood burning stove...

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    Nice setup ! A woodstove in the winter is always nice to have. Enjoy.

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    Great pictures of a nice setup.
    Terry

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    I'm totally diggin' it! Love that stove pipe. I give it two

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    would the stove be too hot to drop the sides down lower? a set of doors and at least the windward side dropped down would be mighty toasty.

    nice setup.

    cutter

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