Simon Stove

The vintage stoves are still being used.
Show us some pics of yours.
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Re: Simon Stove

Postby Username75 » Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:14 am

zelph wrote:
Yes I did send You a box of Altoid Sour Tins, back in the dark Ages


Tangerine, to be exact. I'm working on a design to use them all up. Do you use the burner I sent? Did you consume the Altoid product to collect the tins or get them on ebay? That's a lot of tins :o I made a prototype with one of them that had the pot support pop up when the lid was removed, remember that one?

My little finePix by fugifilm meets my technical needs :lol:

i sent a Variety of sour Tins that i got off of Ebay
some were those I ate,
Yes i used Yours, it worked well it was your Starlyte Early Modle
without the pot support.
It works well I use it for Instant coffee when I do My wild bird
Photography at our California wetland bird sanctuaries.
Happy holidays anyway Zelph
Sam/KO6JQ

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Re: Simon Stove

Postby zelph » Mon Dec 20, 2010 11:05 am

I do My wild bird
Photography at our California wetland bird sanctuaries.
Happy holidays anyway Zelph
Sam/KO6JQ


Are the migrations complete on your side of the world?

Saw quite a few Whooping Cranes come over my place on their way south from up in Wisconsin. Awesome birds!!

You have a great Christmas season also. :D

Send me your addy in a PM I'll send you some more samples made from the tins.
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