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  • BUSHBUDDY ... Compact woodburning cookstove for outdoors
    single piece of kit that I have ever bought It s that good Andy Howell U K If you are an incurable fire bug this pyrotechnic device will prove to be a source of joy and unmitigated delight John Kays Backpackinglight review At a little less than five and a quarter ounces the Bushbuddy Ultra Wood Stove will probably receive my best buy of 2007 award Sam Haraldson Pacific Northwest

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  • BUSHBUDDY ... Compact woodburning cookstove for outdoors
    1 liter of water in 8 10 minutes will take longer under adverse conditions Weight 5 1 ounces Size 4 1 4 diameter by 3 3 4 high For compact storage this stove is designed to nest inside the Snow Peak Trek 900 9L titanium pot but will also fit inside many other pots of similar or larger capacity Because of the light weight construction of this stove it is

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  • BUSHBUDDY ... Compact woodburning cookstove for outdoors
    to the weight About the BUSHBUDDY 006 Like the Bushbuddy Ultra this stove was designed to provide the cooking needs of one or two people but can also serve the needs of a family or small group if two stoves are carried It weighs just 5 1 2 oz and makes a compact package 4 1 4 in diameter and 3 3 4 high when nested the same size as the Bushbuddy Ultra which will fit inside the Snow Peak Trek 900 titanium pot and many other pots of similar or larger capacity It s compact size and light weight make it ideally suited to the needs of the backpacker cyclist and other outdoor travelers Because it burns wood it is a very economical stove to use There is also no need to carry your fuel with you wherever wood is available it does not need batteries making it useful for long trips or when traveling in remote areas of the world where liquid fuels may not be available It is aircraft friendly too Under good conditions protected from wind and rain and with a lid on the pot the BUSHBUDDY can boil one quart of water in about 8

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  • BUSHBUDDY
    BUSHBUDDY ULTRA About the BUSHBUDDY Brochure Manual Purchase Contact

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  • BUSHBUDDY
    changing over to Jeff Tinker from Nomadic Stove Company who I took on as an apprentice a while back All previous customers will still receive the same ongoing service and warranty This website will shortly be undergoing some changes for a more modern and user friendly experience In the meantime those who would like to buy a lightweight quality Bushbuddy stove should now purchase directly from Nomadic Stove Co at

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    ULTRA About the BUSHBUDDY Brochure Manual Purchase Contact Contact F H Enterprises Fritz Handel Address Box 36 Iskut B C V0J 1K0 Canada e mail traveller bushbuddy ca Phone 250

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    BUSHBUDDY ULTRA About the BUSHBUDDY Brochure Manual Purchase Contact

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  • BUSHBUDDY
    lying on the ground to start a fire even if it seems dry Although the stove can be fed with nothing more than twigs broken up by hand bigger solid pieces of wood will be found much more satisfactory burning longer with less feeding of the fire An easy way to cut the short pieces of wood needed is to place the wood over a log and nick each side with an ax then hit the end with the poll of the ax to break it off Or a small saw such as the on a Leatherman tool or Swiss Army Knife can be used to nick each side of the wood lightly so that it can be easily broken to length This saves the effort of sawing right through With an ax however larger diameter pieces of wood such as a small dead tree can be utilized too by first splitting and then breaking into shorter pieces Lean any leftover wood against a tree to keep it dry for future use by yourself or others Twigs chips roots bark and pine cones all make good fuel once the fire is going well if they are reasonably dry Under rainy conditions anything lying on the ground is sure to be too damp The driest wood available is often the lower dead branches of living trees particularly conifers such as spruce which shelter their lower branches If in doubt about the availability of good dry wood at the campsite collect some along the trail when the opportunity arises and take it with you Cooking A frying pan or pot can be placed directly on the stove and wood can be fed to the fire through the opening in the upper section without removing the pot With a little experience the heat

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