Burninating Thread


Yaj Yak

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solostove ftmfw

only "issue" is it uses wood like im shoveling coal into a steam locomotive.
 

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do any of you solostove guys have the "spark arrestor"
 

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do any of you solostove guys have the "spark arrestor"
I’ve been thinking about getting one.
It would be helpful with some of the aromatic firewood’s.
I don’t have much issue as I buy the kiln dried wood from Home Depot or Menards. It’s doesn’t pop much.
 

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I’ve been thinking about getting one.
It would be helpful with some of the aromatic firewood’s.
I don’t have much issue as I buy the kiln dried wood from Home Depot or Menards. It’s doesn’t pop much.

i branded my foot over the weekend wearin' flops and a pine sap knot grenaded. :rofl:
 

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The coolest fire pit, I've ever seen



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That is pretty neat. Where did you get it?

Weather is warm enough here for a fire, but the 30-40mph winds probably aren't the best for burning.
 

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No wind here, chilly though..

48 degrees
 

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