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CTGuy
10-05-2010, 19:27
Hi I was wondering what is a good very simple alcohol/woodburning stove that i could order and have delivered by friday or saturday at the latest. Im doing the CT part of the AT solo leaving Saturday and wanted something too fool around with, cook, and stay warm since you cant have open fires. I know its not to hard to make your own but i really dont have any time to do that. Also i was wondering if you can put on other pots on alcohol/ woodburning stoves like a stainless steel pot?

4eyedbuzzard
10-05-2010, 19:38
Send a PM to Zelph here on WB and see if he can fix you up.

topshelf
10-05-2010, 20:40
Could always make your own, you'll have one in 2 hours max. Just made myself one actually

Mountain Wildman
10-05-2010, 21:20
http://www.campsaver.com/itemdesc.asp?ic=ltb0002

http://www.campsaver.com/itemdesc.asp?ic=327550

Del Q
10-06-2010, 21:17
Check out the new Vargo titanium wood stove, not cheap but high quality, plan on using in colder weather, done with stoves and fuel, looking forward to natural fuel, when needed. On no-cook mode this year, happier that way!

Ironbelly
10-07-2010, 11:44
I have and recommend the Bushcooker from Four Dog Stoves, give Don a call and I am sure he can rush you one.

Diet Orange Soda
01-07-2011, 23:52
Has anyone used the JetBoil system and what did you think about it

Doc Mike
01-08-2011, 07:44
I have the JetBoil and love it. I'm currently making and using multiple alcohol stove and thinking about wood burners.

The JetBoil is great is you want fast boiling water(2 min), no hassles, and reliable. the only down side is you don't really get to play with fire.

If you read the Trail Journals several people thru hike with a canister stove of some sort such as JetBoil.

Doc Mike

Oogie Boogie
01-13-2011, 13:16
Sorry, I caught this a little late, but I make and sell stoves of 100% recycled materials, that are solid, HOT, and better priced than anyone else's I've seen so far. CT, if you order from me and mention you saw this on Whiteblaze, I'll even throw in a penny stove that works with my pot stand.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/thegreateststuff