I head into the woods Alone with my Mini Canvas Tent & Woodstove to do some Solo Winter Camping, Bushcraft and Cooking on the stove. Like Bilbo the Hobbit says in Lord of The Rings “I’m going on an adventure!” And an adventure I had…

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  1. Hey Mike..As an avid backpacker and camper over here in the USA I have a very good question. You have dampers on both sides of the fire box. You worked several great fuzz sticks to get it started. I am in the camp that with that stove you did not need the heavy lamp or the saw. I would have loaded up with 2x the wood that were branches ½ inch to 1 inch that anyone could break up by themselves. Or use a long branch and a v shaped live tree and break up the branch in the notch. Once the fire is going the wet 1 inch stock will go quickly and you have a damper system to control the heat… Give it a whirl and get back to me on this – I think it will be “lighter” and far less effort. What do you think?