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    Taking the smokehouse and TI stove backpacking

    Zac and I backpacked the Ouachita Trail this last weekend Jan 8 & 9 and I decided to take the smokehouse and ti stove. It was really nice just to get away. Hope u like the videos.

    part 1 or 2
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--CsN...yer_detailpage

    part 2 of 2
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PRYb...yer_detailpage

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    Enjoyed your video report. The snow on your hike out was beautiful.
    thanks

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    Thanks for sharing these videos. I had watched others of your videos and wanted to see the stove get set up, which these videos did so well. How long does it take the stove to burn out and cool down so it can be packed away? Are there many ashes?

    Thanks again.

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    Nice to see how the stove goes together.
    Thanks Smoke.
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    Thanks for posting. Got me all fired up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayS View Post
    Thanks for sharing these videos. I had watched others of your videos and wanted to see the stove get set up, which these videos did so well. How long does it take the stove to burn out and cool down so it can be packed away? Are there many ashes?

    Thanks again.
    we put small wood in that morning just to cook with and by the time we are done eating the fire is about gone. 5 to 10 min later I can take the pipe off and empty the ashes (not a lot) and ready to pack. cools down quick.

    Thanks all...

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    That is a really cool setup. No offense Smokehouse, but I have to share my thoughts as I am watching this:

    I would be afraid to put a stove into a nylon tent ...but Smokehouse must know what he is doing.

    Those leaves make better tender than most of the fires I've started ...but Smokehouse must know what he is doing.

    Don't sparks and embers come out the air holes sometimes ...but Smokehouse must know what he is doing.

    And then you say, "we had a fire at our house" ...blew coffee all over the monitor.

    Please excuse my irreverence, but it just caught me completely off guard. I do hope everything turned out ok with that.

    The stove is very cool and i really like the way you can roll the chimney up so small.
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    Call me an idiot, but. Do you make those and sell them or did you buy it or did you just build one for yourself?

    OK, nevermind, I found a few online. Those things are spendy! Holy cow!
    Last edited by Silverlion; 01-11-2011 at 14:39. Reason: Stumbled across my answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alamosa View Post
    That is a really cool setup. No offense Smokehouse, but I have to share my thoughts as I am watching this:

    I would be afraid to put a stove into a nylon tent ...but Smokehouse must know what he is doing.

    Those leaves make better tender than most of the fires I've started ...but Smokehouse must know what he is doing.

    Don't sparks and embers come out the air holes sometimes ...but Smokehouse must know what he is doing.

    And then you say, "we had a fire at our house" ...blew coffee all over the monitor.

    Please excuse my irreverence, but it just caught me completely off guard. I do hope everything turned out ok with that.

    The stove is very cool and i really like the way you can roll the chimney up so small.
    Alamosa, Best to leave some things to the professionals...
    all kidding aside, I've been using stoves along time, and sparks will not shoot out the vent hole. I'm with the stove when burning and its burned out before I go to sleep. Its mainly to keep warm in the evening and early morning.



    Quote Originally Posted by Silverlion View Post
    Call me an idiot, but. Do you make those and sell them or did you buy it or did you just build one for yourself?

    OK, nevermind, I found a few online. Those things are spendy! Holy cow!
    Silverlion, I designed and made this one. Don't know of others like it.
    I know JRB made a shelter for Turk several years ago and Turk put a stove jack in it.

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    that is awesome!!

    Thanks for the tutorial
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