MrLuckey

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Okie, In the event that we pull this off and make it to DW01 there isn't going to be any way I can haul firewood 2,000 miles. I know some people will have enough for the big fires at night but I will be looking for some to cook with etc. I wonder if anyone that is fairly close by could arrange to have a cord or two delivered to the site and then sell it to those in need?
 

Treejumper

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Shouldnt you be preventing fires, instead of promoting them! ;)

I plan on bringing some with me, dont know if i'll be using awhole lot. I cant see building a fire to keep myself warm so i'll probably try to sneak near someone elses fire. I'll bringing firewood as a welcoming gift. :p
 

MrLuckey

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Hehehe - Actually my Icon is more of an ANTI-ICON. Thump created that for me after the Muenster spodefest. One night I built a fire that still had flames the next morning.
 

Okiewan

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I'll see what I can dig up. I don't want to carry it even 250 miles :think
 

LoriKTM

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Have you considered a camp stove for cooking, TTRGuy? We bought a cheapo one from Wal-Mart, uses the same fuel bottles as the lanterns. We'll have use of a motorhome, so we can lend you ours (as long as we remember to bring it!!)
 

Mikeb

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Seems like last year there was a BIG PILE of wood just to the right of the starting line. Maybe all we need is a chainsaw?
 

Papakeith

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I'll be bringing and using a Coleman stove also. Much more convenient than a fire. Anyone who wants to use it just needs to ask.:)
I like the idea of chipping in for some wood to burn at night though.
 

gospeedracer

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Originally posted by LoriKTM
Have you considered a camp stove for cooking, TTRGuy?

Oh my goodness! She said Camp Stove!! Now she's gonna get it. Lori, you've never camped with TTRGuy before have you? ;)

Uhh, we will be in a camper this year. It does have a stove....or would that be defying the laws of camping? :p
 

LoriKTM

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:think hmm, I guess there's a story here! Ya know, at least with a camp stove you can control the burn. On an open fire, there are no limits!
Gospeed, I guess you'd better not leave any matches lying around where little fingers might find them!! ;)
 

MrLuckey

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Actually I would be willing to bet that I can control the heat on a fire better than a camp stove AND I can get LOTS of heat :) Maybe I just should have stated that I LOVE FIRE :p

Camp stoves are NOT an option and neither are those sissy stoves in campers! Hehehe
 

LoriKTM

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No offense guys, but remind me to park FAR,FAR away from your camper! :eek:
 
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