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Fire and Woodstoves / How To Build A Portable Wood Stove
« on: May 04, 2018, 03:43:44 pm »
Hi All,

I upgraded my website, using a wordpress template and bringing it up to date. Bigger job than I thought!

Anyway, I decided to build a new wood stove to document the process and write a better article. Would you mind having a look and telling me what pictures don't load, or what you find confusing?

http://hadfield.ca/the-wood-stove/






Thanks,

Dave

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Fire and Woodstoves / Stove-Build, Pictures and Video
« on: March 03, 2018, 01:50:37 pm »
I was embarrassed a little while ago when someone referred to the article on my website about building a stove, and copied those ancient, 10kb pictures. So I've built a new one over the last couple of days, and documented it -- here in the digital age!

I'll update my website (once I figure out how to do something -- anything! -- in WordPress), and post the videos on YouTube (again, once I figure out how to use MovieMaker, and editing.)

Also, I have a book nearly written about bush gear, and stories/adventures, and this will be one of the chapters.


Screen-shot -- hence the stunned expression.



There are many construction photos.



Tomorrow I'll go fire it up and melt the zinc off.


And brew a cup of tea!

Dave

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Fire and Woodstoves / Hardware Store Rocket Stove
« on: December 18, 2017, 07:00:15 pm »
I saw this the other day. I guess it's supposed to be for burning some newspaper in your fireplace to get the draft flowing the right way -- up the chimney, not down. But it occurred to me that it could be easily modified to burn some wood and heat up a pot or pan.





And if the material is a bit flimsy, it could also be made from scratch with slightly thicker stuff.

I would modify it to be shorter, and the grate perhaps a bit tighter-weave, and some castellations in the top rim to let the smoke out.

Cheap, interesting experiment.

Dave

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Trip Reports / Dave H Trip, NW of Chapleau, Feb-Mar 2017
« on: March 25, 2017, 11:31:05 am »
Hi,

I've posted photos of a trip we did this season over on the myccr forum -- because that's where I've always done so in the past.

http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=45684&start=0





Dave

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Other Homemade Gear / Babiche (snowshoe webbing)
« on: January 02, 2008, 10:20:47 am »
Has anybody got a source? I'd like to make a set of snowshoes, and I'd rather use the traditional stuff. (I'm in southern Ontario.)

Thanks,

Dave

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