Taiwan Stove Meet 2008 ---Breaking a World Record

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  1. Doron Papo

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    absolutely fantastic!!!!
    thanks for sharing all of these
     
  2. armory127

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    Those fellows drinking beers and just watching…………GREAT !!!.

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  3. armory127

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    How many 22 & 22B & 111 series stoves roaring at same time we only can take a guess according those pics by now!!! The exact number will be revealed by our leader Stealman :D/

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  4. Twodogs

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    all them 111 s what a sight ....fantastic :clap:

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  5. Ed Winskill

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    Beyond fantastic!
     
  6. skeeves

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    I see keeping us in suspense. ;) 8)

    Well if I may have a guess I see 9 22/B's and 38 111. anywhere close. ;)
     
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    Now for the important question:

    How many 11, 111 and 22 burners did you get going all at the same time? :D
     
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    It seems to have been a very nice meeting. I should have loved to be there.
    I am happy to see so many Swedish stoves and lamps there.

    Best regards,
    Michael Brydinge
     
  9. algentry1

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    Chin,

    I am awed. Congratulations on a wonderful meet.
    And, Thank you for the Super Nice Photographs.

    To you and Steelman;

    You can't see me, but I am Bowing at the waist.


    Best,
    Al
     
  10. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello Chin.

    Thank you for a wonderful photograph.
    I am surprised at many of Oprimus No.22 and 22B.
    Are there a lot of people who collect Coleman Lantern in Taiwan?
    The lantern of Europe sees phoebus665, HASAG551L, MEWA351L, Geniol,Radius119, TilleyX246B,and Optimus930 in the photograph.

    Moreover, it is a surprise that there is The Season`s Lantern 2008 of Coleman put on the market in Japan.

    Best regards,
    Motoshi
     
  11. armory127

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    Hi David
    Bingo !!! How amazing!!!
    Hello,All
    Our leader Steelman went on a business trip so it now looks like I'm going to reveal the record number.
    There were about 185 variety of old stoves and lanterns gathered at one place.
    There were nine 22&22B roaring at the same time with one 22B and about thirty Optimus 111 series in companion.
    Finally, thank you to all who responded to this post and all my collector friends get encouragement from you fellows response.
    With you fellows encouragement ,our collector friends will do our best to achieve another great record soon.So I hope you fellows are looking forward to noticing what will happen soon.
    PS:Tell you fellows a secret that more and more collector people assemble in Taiwan now………..JUST A JOKE!!!
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  12. armory127

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    Hello Motoshi my great neighbor.
    You got mail :lol:
     
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  13. armory127

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    Hello Al
    We can chat in the chat room
     
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  14. armory127

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    Hello Trevor As David just said : 9 22/B's :lol:

    strange :-k :-k :-k
     
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    evidence :D/ 9 22/B'
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    What an absolutely fantastic thread!!

    Isn't CCS great!! :D :D :D
     
  17. Doc Mark

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    Hello, Steelman, and all our Taiwanese Stove Brothers,

    I have been out of State for a little over a week, but returned late this afternoon, and when checking what has happened on CCS, found your fantastic post!! WELL DONE, my Brother!!!!! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: I am so very proud of our Taiwanese Stove Mates, and you have done a fine job of gathering everyone together to enjoy stoves, lanterns, food, camping, families, and fun!! It really doesn't get any better than that, my Friend!! Thank you, very much, for sharing this wonderful weekend with us all!!! I look forward to many more such enjoyable reports, and only wish I could have been there with you to enjoy this event first-hand!! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
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    Hi all ..
    My wife says:
    A man can have a life and hobbies and habits with a group of partners are happy to crazy thing ~

    We are very pleased to be part of the whole event ..
    Thank you for support!
    Thanks everyone!
     
  19. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello Chen.

    My wife says.

    You collect a lot of stoves and lanterns too much. :evil: :evil:
    Amazed look
    The woman seems not to understand man's romance.

    Best regards,
    Motoshi
     
  20. steelman

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    Hi Motoshi..
    Yes .. I can understand that because my wife earlier also said the same thing .. ;)
     
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