Hah! That's hilarious!
Fantastic. Looks like a good time had by all.
Very nice, Doc! You weren't joking when you said GREEN.
Edit: Looks rather similar to this:
Old enamelled cast iron alcohol stove. 1920.
@Robert Radcliffe Very nice!
I'd contribute a couple stoves to help fill it.
The only white gas stoves I'll turn my back on either don't have an NRV(123/r, 8/r, etc), or Colemans.
From the size of the wicks, it looks to be an alky burner. If it was just meant for boiling, not cooking, no fine control would be needed, so no...
@Simes I definitely wouldn't do any home mixing, especially as you've got the inexpensive hairspray cans in propane/butane mix. Run a commercially...
I've used that adapter, or at least one very similar. Works great.
@Simes Interested in seeing what you put together, I'm in that same boat now...
@Haggis Thank you for answering it!
That's a solid stove!
Trangia is definitely the stove to use for wind!
Outstanding! Will be watching this thread with interest, thank you for taking us along.
@Spiritburner Well done! Made me laugh hard enough that I woke up my girlfriend.
Greetings stovie friends. Presented for your inspection today is an EFI(Hank Roberts clone, or perhaps vice versa) that I came across.
I was joking, I meant a pic of the invisible stoves. :mrgreen:
@z1ulike No worries, thank you sir.
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