Manaslu No:96

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  1. Stoveuser

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    Pics of the Manaslu no:96 that was given me by the kids for my 50. birthday :content:

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    But the funnel is of swedish heritage

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    :?: My only problem is one part of me says dont spoil this jewel by fire it up [-X but hey, these stoves are made for cooking so bring in the kero :clap:
    Ill let you know when time is due

    Best regards
    Stoveuser
    :-k Decisions,decisions..
     
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  2. Wim

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    Hi SU, while you try to make up your mind, could you lend me your kids? :lol: In 3 months time it's my birthday (a couple more years than yours btw ;) ) and I'd like one of these also... =P~

    Best regards,

    Wim O:)
     
  3. RonPH

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    Wow, birthday greetings SU, such a lovely stove! OMG are the Manaslu stoves made in Japan? Got to put that on my list as I do not have a Japanese made brassie.

    Congratulations.

    Funny a lot of us must have the Cancer sign, yes a few more days and am also a year older. Does not feel anything would change really. Youngest said I can buy something I like and put it on his tab. Such a generous son and am proud of him but would rather have him keep his money for a rainy day. Its the thought that really matters.

    Ron
     
  4. loco7stove

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    Hi S.U / Sword

    Happy 50th birthday :clap: :clap: :clap: 8)

    Very nice stove :mrgreen: 8) 8) 8) :thumbup:

    You lucky sod :mrgreen: :D :D :thumbup:

    Best regards Stu :D :thumbup: .
     
  5. Stoveuser

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    Thank you boys.
    Yes I do feel lucky.I have a wonderful family,wich I put above everything else.
    And I think I will make the Manaslu a user. Its small size makes it prefect to bring along at work in case of severe train delays or locomotive breakedown.

    Best regards
    Stoveuser
     
  6. hikin_jim

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    Beautiful. Nice to know that someone is still making a 96 out there. I'd love to get one. My 50th birthday is only 14 months away...

    HJ
     
  7. presscall

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    Makes a lot of sense to incorporate a 'tube' burner with a replaceble jet in a half-pint stove rather than the usual 'lipstick' burner associated with a 96.

    Lovely gift, enjoyable post, Stoveuser.

    John
     
  8. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello Stoveuser.

    Happy 50th birthday and very nice Japanese stove. :clap: :clap: I am 55 years old soon.
    I am glad of the birthday present of japanese stove.

    Best regards
    Motoshi
     
  9. kerry460

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    happy birthday.
    nearly makes me wish i had kids,
    ssshhh maybe i have , but i just dont know about them.
    nice present.
    how could you not fire it up to see what its like?
    cheers
    kerry
     
  10. itchy

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    Happy Birthday.

    Great kids for sure -- but, you do know they see that stove as an inheritance down the road as well. :)
     
  11. hikin_jim

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    Nothing wrong with smart children. (I hope my daughter is that smart) ;) :lol:

    HJ
     
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