6th annual NorthEast Stove Meet

Discussion in 'Events & Meets' started by CWilkins, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. CWilkins

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    Hello,
    I have Internet access from the campground via my wireless card. So I will post some photos as the meet progresses.

    Here are just a few shots from this AM. There were many more taken. As people get home you will see more :) For now this will have to satisfy your appitite :D

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    On the NewYork Throughway at 80mph. Gotta get to the meet !

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    Mark's giant Hipolito Burner

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    Bangers in the pan

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    Military Sterilizer - Two Burner Model

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    Mark fettles the beast

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    Warming up the burner.
     
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  2. CWilkins

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    Hello again !
    As I uploaded the last post Iain came over to me with his SD card and gave me some more photos. So on with the uploads from breakfast! This is a who's who so you can put a face with a name.

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    Group feed one

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    Group Feed 2

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    Lynn and Iain


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    Doug and Mar

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    Paul (Ulysses)

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    Me

    More as they arrive.
     
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  3. RonPH

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    Looks like you are having fun with your stoves and good company all around :thumbup:

    Ron
     
  4. Doc Mark

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    Hey, Chuck,

    Looks like everyone had a fine time, and it was great to put names with some new faces, and to see some of my old Mates, Iain, Doug, and Paul, for sure! I missed seeing Train Manny, though, and was sorry he couldn't make the event. Did Doug bring his drop forge, and if so, did you guys make good use of it? He is a fantastic artist in the parts and bits he creates, and I'm still in awe and wonder, at his huge talents along those lines! Plus, the guys I know from your event, you included, Chuck, are all stellar and generous friends, and I am sure the rest of the guys are cut from that same mold! Sure sorry we couldn't have made the long trip to share your Stove Gathering with you. Thanks for the photos and report, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
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    I really like that photo of the "Bangers in the Pan" Really says why we enjoy these stoves.
     
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    Hi Chuck

    Great photos of the meet. Looks like you are all having a wonderful time.
    Nice to see Iain again. :lol: