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    Senior Member bodhran4me's Avatar
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    Looked like a set of those Russian nesting dolls! Very neat!

    I like the 'no retakes' conversational style of your video and I got a couple of tips as well.

    I am also curious about the lantern. Is it a tealight or alcohol burner or ?????

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    Prefers life at 12 MPH. FLRider's Avatar
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    Awfully versatile cook kit there, Blaze. I hope your plans go well with your sheds out there; it's always nice to have a fallback plan.

    Thanks for sharing with us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    you might wonder why I also upload my videos on Vimeo. It is because of the superior quality when viewing the video.

    Video on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/37868984
    Blaze -

    For what it's worth, you can embed Vimeo videos directly on the forum without having to also upload it to YouTube, if you like. It is the same method as YouTube, only using different tags.

    Like so - [vimeo]37868984[/vimeo]

    ďI think that when the lies are all told and forgot the truth will be there yet. It dont move about from place to place and it dont change from time to time. You cant corrupt it any more than you can salt salt.Ē - Cormac McCarthy

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    Nice kit.

    I liked your trick for raising your stove the 2mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    Blaze -

    For what it's worth, you can embed Vimeo videos directly on the forum without having to also upload it to YouTube, if you like. It is the same method as YouTube, only using different tags.

    Like so - [vimeo]37868984[/vimeo]

    Good one.
    Blaze

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    Tell me you burnt your fingers when you took that windscreen off!!!
    Get thee a pot lifter---or somehow turn that snowpeak frying pan handle
    into a pot lifter.
    Plastic bag corner as funnel=brilliant.
    Be a while for more videos from you? NO!!
    We want to see the building of the house project-from the ground up!
    OK every time I watch your vids I learn something. This time its about the stove.
    I have that stove-years ago stepped on it and bent the legs, did not use it since mentally branding it 'fragile', so after watching your vid guess what I'm going to do!!
    Cut the legs off
    Always enjoy these Blaze, again don't put us into withdrawal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomsBackwoods View Post
    Great Cook kit! Thanks for showing that little stove! I have been looking at it for awhile! Where did you get the lid for your SP900?
    Quote Originally Posted by Shepherd View Post
    Thanks I truly enjoyed your video hopfuly you were not burned to badly grabing that pot and wind screen, I would enjoy a list of the items you displayed....
    Quote Originally Posted by bodhran4me View Post
    Looked like a set of those Russian nesting dolls! Very neat!

    I like the 'no retakes' conversational style of your video and I got a couple of tips as well.

    I am also curious about the lantern. Is it a tealight or alcohol burner or ?????
    List of gear added here.
    Blaze

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    Itís amazing how many things you took out of there and how quick and easy it all packed away. That was a clever trick for pouring the fuel back into the bottle. Iíve been quarter filling mine (and often ran out a little too soon), because I hadnít figured out how to get the fuel out of the stove. Itís hard to light when itís only quarter full. Your new foot rest is supur! I think Iím gunna have to get me one of them there Candle Lanterns. No, make that, I just ordered me one of them there candle thingys, got the cover for it too.

    Anyway, BlazeAway, upload some videos of your building project to your YouTube channel, as it progresses. It looks like itís going to be fantastic!

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    Nice video and great quality indeed! My cook kit will be the last place I give up weight. I like having the options when cooking outside

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    Really enjoyed your video, nice to see options in cook kits. Best of luck on your construction project.
    "I will study and get ready, and perhaps my chance will come." - Abraham Lincoln

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