Feedback about a new system that's both a high-performance windscreen for alcohol stoves and an efficient, stand-alone stove for burning wood and solid-fuel tablets. In its lightest implementations, it weighs only about two ounces.
I use the GSI minimalist for most of my backpacking needs. Using your firebucket idea, I use an empty 1quart paint can with both ends removed with a regular can opener. the firebucket notch is cut in per your design. I nest the super cat stove(simmer model) inside the the minimalist cup and the cup and its insulator nest inside the paint can. THe cans are durable steel and like using aluminium you have to do a few burn offs to get rid of any paint that you couldnt remove with alcohol. the bucket protects the cup and the cup protects the super cat.
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Interesting approach... Thanks for your idea.
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but still i m confused....i suppose i will have to read it a thousand times
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The article on The Fire Bucket Stove System is top notch. (and bottom notch too!). After struggling with wind blowing around and under the wind screen I went back to use the entire large coffee tin can for wind control, stability and convenience of set up. The extra space can be used to keep my food and fuel. Here is a video of the Winter Cooking on The Great Canadian Enclosed Flame Wood Pellet Campstove. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GvXI67gdmk
I am planning to go snowshoeing and camping in Algonquin Park in February and taking that with me.
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