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Useful information that may come in handy in an emergency situation. It can be hiking related or any other area of every day life situations. Icestorms, huricanes, tornados, floods etc.
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zelph
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Postby zelph » Sat Nov 12, 2011 11:58 am

I came across this site from a lead at the survival fair that I attended this year. I'm filing it here for future use :D

some interesting ideas:

http://ilovecob.com/

The Yogurt

http://www.potkettleblack.com/natbild/sunray5.html

Where is Connie, she would be interested in the Yogurt :D
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Postby sudden » Sat Nov 12, 2011 4:24 pm

I always wanted to build a cob pizza oven but never had ground with enough clay in it.

Those bench chimneys must be a pain to clean out. I wonder if they have any issues with chimney fires using that horizontal run?
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Re: Back to Basics

Postby zelph » Sat Nov 12, 2011 10:08 pm

sudden wrote:I always wanted to build a cob pizza oven but never had ground with enough clay in it.

Those bench chimneys must be a pain to clean out. I wonder if they have any issues with chimney fires using that horizontal run?


Large/long chimney draft well. If they burn their fires hot, no chance of creosote build up. Dry wood very little creosote. Even if they did haf a chimney fire what would it hurt.
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