How to Pack a Camping Stove
When packing a camping stove, the most important consideration is safety, particularly in regards to where and how the fuel is stored. Find out why camping stove fuels should never be packed in places that are too hot with help from a recreational kayaking instructor and outdoor adventurer in this free video on camping stoves.
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When talking about packing a stove, there is really not a whole lot that you need to consider. First and foremost is probably safety, you know making sure that your fuel is stored in a safe place, away from your food and away from places where it could get over heated or subject to being dropped and things like that so putting away your camping stove is relatively easy following those few rules. This camping stove is one of the classic type stoves it has been around for years and years. I remember as a kid my parents had a stove probably just like this. The design hasn't changed a lot, something that has worked well for years and continues to work well. A two burner Coleman type stove, uses white gas, sometimes it could use other types of gas depending on the type of stove that it is allows you to cook two things easily, boil water, cook some steaks, whatever it is. In putting it away just make sure that the fuel is off, securely off . Put the fuel cannister down inside. Now I would make sure that everything is cooled down in here because I don't want this to be too close to these while it's still hot. Once things have all cooled down, all I have to do is fold in the sides, pack it up and into my car it will go. Voila, not much to that one. Safe adventures.