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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2013, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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I thought some here are tough enough to throw this little beauty in they're pack


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HA! I was just looking at this not two hours ago. They make it in stainless or white, as an oven / stove combo as shown, or just the oven.

obviously not something to consider hanging off your back, but I sense my Bella Coola riverside pizzas are about to get easier.
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be fun for a redneck car camp, but really, what happened to actual camping, the basic stuff, the fun things?
I know car camping is now RV camping with BBQ\s built in and satelite dishes and intenet.. and a few ATV bikes handy.

camping now, is people wanting to P[u]retend</u> live country side with all city conveniences,and then return home to daily hell for months.
Just my take on all this wannabe gear and camp scenario.
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OK !! This is on my list to purchase. I can see this being very sweet for those car based camping trips.
Chris, if you'll put rocks in your own pack, you should be able to haul this unit into the back country, lol![]
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Well my friend,if we can break it down I "might" carry 1/3... BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!! [)]

I'll call ya tomorrow
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in the pic it kinda looks like a Barbie stove, bet in real live it can cook and bake like Betty Crocker
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I thought some here are tough enough to throw this little beauty in they're pack
Even better if you don't have to carry it! The guide outfit I work for uses one of these (or something similar) for our gourmet kayak weekends. No point in bringing a Red Seal Chef along if all you've got is a Whisperlite! []
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L.O.L. trail pizza, I love it. I remember packing in a Coleman stove to teepee camp on the Stein one year (never do THAT again) and got some very strange looks.
This and a BBQ for car camping and one would be all set
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NOT going to show this one to my hubby.... we pack enough already when we go car camping. Me, I like simplicity. Him, he likes toys. Makes for interesting packing.

Cheers!
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...This and a BBQ for car camping and one would be all set

Well almost...
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quote: I remember packing in a Coleman stove to teepee camp on the Stein one year (never do THAT again) and got some very strange looks.
And that was a meal to remember that you and Anita cooked up for us Russ![8D][8D]
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I expect to see this carried at MEC next year!
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