, makes a sturdy stove for a cabin.
Did you look at the link he provided. It's beautiful.
However I don't think I would carry it on my back, snowshoeing, for a "winter camp". Zelph
, At this point, it is "too much information".
I think I need to gather more portable wood stove facts: for example, I have the impression a damper and a baffle and a snug-fit door are essentials for design and performance and safety, of course. I have the impression the length of the "north-south" lay of the wood, may be important: for example, the Hunter stove has live coals in the morning, in one review, and the Scout stove is good for 5-6 hours from one. It seems the length of the box is important, not only for the length the wood is cut. For example: the Scout stove has 16" length, the Hunter stove has 24" length.
He says, it holds heat for 5-6 hrs. I don't know if that means the fire has not extinguished.
He says, his stoves are airtight and fully loaded, dampered, it will burn all night.
The next size up, the Hunter stove at 42 lbs. has three reviews, one reporting live coals are found in the morning.
I would welcome opinions on these, or, other portable "sheepherder's" "packer's" and tent stoves.