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WoodGas Camp Stove: Two Thumbs Up

Yesterday, when sitting on the beach at Echo Lake near Philipsburg, Montana, I thought how a WoodGas Camp Stove would come in handy. These days, Montana is in the midst of forest fire worries and woes. Cooking on open fires isn't allowed from what some folks who were enjoying the lake along with us said. They were camping at nearby Georgetown Lake. The girl in the family, about nine years-old was feeling a cheated since they havent' been able to have s'mores. I had the urge to say, "What you need is a WoodGas Camp Stove."

Possibly, the WoodGas Stove wouldn't be allowed either since it is meant to be used in accordance with campfire rules, but the great thing about it is the fire is mostly contained inside. There is little danger of a fire starting if you don't overload the inside with twigs--that's what we burned when we tried it out (see WoodGas Camp Stove: The Experience) --and if you don't dump out the ash before it cools down completely.

The other things I like about the WoodGas Camp Stove that I found out for myself are:

  • It's light
  • It's easy to use
  • It cooks food quickly and well
  • It's basically indestructible
  • It's environmentally friendly
  • It's stable so it won't tip easily.
  • It doesn't require fuel except for kindling size pieces of wood (unless you use One Match which I do recommend)
  • You can use it on a table top, on the beach, on your front walkway (that's what I did), pretty much anywhere except in enclosed spaces. See warning label.
  • It comes with a warranty
  • It would be perfect for cooking s'mores.

Filed under: Gear, Camping

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