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Moving through the topics: power, shelter, clothing, communication, now cooking. [...]


Brantford, Ontario
via Ubuntu - Canada - Ontario - Peterborough
Moving through the topics: power, shelter, clothing, communication, now cooking. I found this lightweight stove (https://sail.ca/en/…) after about an hour and a half of searching. It burns multiple fuel types (kersosene, camp stove fuel, diesel or propane) with a single nozzle. It is not cheap ($194.99) but appears to be solidly constructed with a favourable review (http://thenextchallenge.org/op…). As a bonus, the minimalist use of high quality materials also means it is earth friendly. Thus a "minimally acceptable kit" ought to include one of these or something similar.
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Purchased. $220.34 CDN with tax. Have you ever been homeless or without a place to stay overnight? It can get mighty lonely and cold pretty quick if you are not prepared. I have been and it is part of what has prompted me to do this. The single nozzle and rugged construction means that this can be a one time purchase (other models require you to change the nozzles out for the different fuel types. These can get lost or be difficult to change if it is dark or your hands are cold.) Thus for a couple of months rent, one could be prepared to live almost rent free, in the current system, with the current technology, for very long periods of time. That's my goal.
Sunday 24 July 2016, 20:17:37
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