1... Six of one and a half of a dozen of the other.tx river rat said:First this is a legit queston
What advantage does the wood burning stoves have over a few rocks and my grill fired with wood?
Sounds like I need to find one of the old single burner, white gas models. I have a little brass stove that has been great for years. I have carried it since I was in my younger 20s and now I am 56 and it has started leaking. I have not been able to fix it or find a like stove. ;(Kayak Jack said:I ditched my Coleman Dual fuel stoves over a year ago. I'd used the old, Coleman single burner as a rock-steady reliable standby for 25 years. Then, I foolishly upgraded to a Dual Fuel. Though reliable at first, it never lived up to their claims. The check valve in the pump failed twice. The stove spit out gasoline from the air hole in the pump handle. When the stove is already lit - THAT gets your attention! I lost track of how many generators I had to replace, and many of them leaked.
I chose a Svea 123 and like it fine.
That one morning I really don't think you would of located any dry wood anywhere on the central or eastern side of Texas , much less set the grill up in the flooded tent. :lol:tx river rat said:Thanks for the replies
For me the best set up has been the Propane single burner for coffee (Right Chuck) inside a tent and grill outside.