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Camp Stoves: The Svea 123

Arguably the pinnacle of white gas stove design.  My little Svea 123.  It is essentially a brass fuel tank and a burner; a Molotov Cocktail with a valve.  70 more words


Gear: What we're cooking with

MSR – Whisperlite
The MSR Whisperlite has remained relatively unchanged for upwards of twenty years; this alone is a testament to just how awesome this piece of outdoors gear is.   67 more words
Backpacking Gear

The Most Reliable Campstove

I bought my MSR Pocket Rocket back in 2010 for my first ever backpacking trip. What attracted me to the stove was that it was so compact, lightweight, and reasonably priced. 455 more words

Appalachian Trail

Primus Stove Accessories

 “Do you ever Hunt? Fish? Paddle a Canoe? Explore? Prospect? Climb Hills or Sail on a Yacht?”  Such was the opening line on an 1899 advertisement for Primus stoves.  212 more words


Don't Burn Coal! The Future is Here

Saves Gas Bills, Saves Trouble, Saves Patience, Saves Time!  And it burns any kind of oil.  I think we would market this as multi-fuel off-grid survival stove these days. 10 more words


Feldenkrais and the Coleman Camp Stove

During my last minute road trip, I booked lodging in Polebridge, MT, on the edge of Glacier National Park, less than 24 hours in advance. 1,139 more words


Honey, I Blew Up the Camp Stove

The morning started normally enough. I woke to the smell of guava carried into the tent by the cool breeze off Lake Nicaragua. I shuffled off the inflatable camp mattress as carefully as possible to avoid disturbing Patrick’s slumber. 472 more words