Discussion in 'Bushcraft' started by phorisc, Jan 2, 2016.
Looks great!... now I'm hungry
Thanks for posting....
I could go for that! Lucky I ate already. But my stomach is telling me... more!
Lot of stove for such a tiny shelter. Haha.
hehe it felt like it was an 8 man tipi but ya my stove is a beast
Is this a permanent set up? How long did you stay there? Could you please share the venting of the stove pipe out of the tipi.
Camping in weather like that? You have cohones made of cast iron.
It was just an overnighter to test out my diy hot tent. It had a stove pipe but I still need to modify it. I'm gonna release 3 videos of be camp out like 7 minutes long each. You can see the setup better in that video. I want to try and do a week long campout in the future but I got to make sure the tent can handle it since this campout showed me some issues I'll have to fix those first. The pipe goes out a stove jack which is fire resistant and can take alo of heat.
It is definitely more comfortable to make that campout when you have a wood burning stove. It had to have been around -10f cause some guys said it got down to -8 in the city.
I have a stove very similar to that one in my get a way cabin. Cooked many a meal on it.
it does a great job heating things up and cooking
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