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Posted By Billybonfire,
Oct 9, 2012 at 3:48 AM
Found this on youtube, thought I would share it with you.
Very interesting, thank you for posting it. Did he say what kind of that was?
didnt say what kind of wood, but have made one myself out of a small softwood log, burnt green and for ages and found you can even adjust the burn by turning into or away from the wind. Lit mine with a small piece of firelighter, easy !
We ride snowmobiles and that would be a nice way to cook hot dogs along the trail.
Looks a bit like a swedish candle/torch to me, you get the flat top and a burn which will warm you too:
Similar thing woodchip, but burns a bit longer I think
well mine seemed to do, was green wood tho.
Looks a little lower and slower than the Swedish candle. I guess they each have a niche in use.
This one seems to insulate itself
Swedish candle smokes though, This really doesn't.