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    mbiraman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgringo View Post
    Apostasy!!!!
    I had to look that up,,,lol

    bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I want to see the inside of that place. Awesome!

    Fronkey

    It's an 11 X 14 wall tent made by Tentsmith.
    There is a removable partition curtain about 5 feet back. Makes the remaining portion easier to heat.




    You can come inside, but never mind the housekeeping.



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    Man.. these are hella cool and look great for introducing backpacking to the kids and family.

    I think you could wake up in the morning with all of them, even in the winter, and make them breakfast and allow them to get changed.

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    I see a host of options including with the pipe length. Which length is the minimum required, and which would be optimal, for say some of the smaller stoves that you would use inside your tarp (i.e. not that mansion of a shelter in the last pics!)?

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    Senior Member SmokeHouse's Avatar
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    my favorite subject... I love a wood burning stove in a shelter...
    here are a few videos of me and Zac

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--CsNz08x2A 1 of 2
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PRYb8CjDWI 2 of 2

    All these small stove are, is a campfire in a box,,, good for about an hour before feeding it again... If u want a stove that last all night,,, a 4-dog-stove will do that...
    But for backpacking,,, the small TI stoves are great...

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    Smokehouse, remember what number I am in line................

    I do not want to lose my place

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    Senior Member SmokeHouse's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by texaswildman View Post
    Smokehouse, remember what number I am in line................

    I do not want to lose my place
    Your most definitely, without a dought on the list...

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