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|01-02-2020 01:07 PM|
Originally Posted by huffer33 View Post
I use one of those heaters in the shed. It is to cold in the open unless you are close enough to almost catch fire, but works great in the shed.
|01-02-2020 01:05 PM|
How’s this for a winter set up? Some beaver dams I snowshoed to. Had some frog Morton on the bayou later.
|12-20-2019 10:57 AM|
I had one of these:
And one of these:
That kept us toasty until the wind ripped the stakes out of the ground. Now I go to a BOTLs house who has the same heater and tarps set up under his deck. The only issue is smoke ventilation. Need to create a vent up high to evacuate the smoke along with the excess heat. fyi, the tent was fine until winds hit 30 MPH on thanksgiving morning. (Sand bags on the feet and hairpin rebar stakes)
|12-19-2019 03:44 PM|
Been planning to make a permanent Shelter From The Wind and Rain. These heaters work great as long as it's not blowing. I prefer a wood fire but it really sets off my wife's asthma these days.
random capitalization courtesy of gboard
|12-19-2019 02:19 PM|
At the in-laws...
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|12-10-2019 09:28 PM|
|bearinvt||Those work good but the more shelter you have around you the better. At least get out of the wind. If you run it on high you'll get 3 or 4 churchills per 20 lb cylinder.|
|12-10-2019 06:10 PM|
Originally Posted by mi000ke View Post
Man, what I wouldn’t give to get out of the rain and be on the beach right now!!
Ditto if you are ever in the Seattle area
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|12-10-2019 05:39 PM|
Originally Posted by Bigjohn View Post
|12-08-2019 09:44 PM|
Winter Smoking - Show Me Your Set-up
Although we've had a couple of comedians post pictures of the horrible conditions in tropical regions, @bpegler @mi000ke, my situation isn't nearly as traumatic as theirs!!
We are currently seeing temps dipping into the 50s and will drop to as low as 40 in January. Consequently, I still smoke in my back yard, usually with a wood fire, as pictured below. The extra chairs are for the family to make SMORES tonight.
We do get 50+ MPH winds during this time of year, and that drives me into the garage, where I have a small 360° space heater I place between me and my BOTLs.
Oh yeah, I also wear long pants and occasionally a sweater.
There is a thin line between paranoid and prepared.
|12-06-2019 09:13 AM|
Originally Posted by bpegler View Post
Sent from. .. HAPPY HOLIDAYS.. YA JAGGOFFS
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