Outdoor Skills and Advice: The Ultralight, Eco-Friendly Backcountry Boiler - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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You got a really useful blog. I have been here reading for about an hour. I am a newbie and your success is very much an inspiration for me.

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thanks for the sharing

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This is really a good idea. Can you tell me where to get this in India? http://www.jobsonacruiseship.org

Henrik Strömblad

Back when I was in the Army, we made do with bunsen-burner-esque field kitchens, none of this fancy stuff with boilers 'n stuff. My opinion is, the more high-tech or advanced or cool it is, the more likely it is to break down when you need it the most. ;) Also, I like to travel lightly.

Then again, it IS nice to have something that is eco-friendly. We only have one Earth after all. Might have to keep my eyes peeled for a mini-version. :D

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The Backcountry Boiler is a whole new concept for me. but I like it all together. And yes its eco friendly too! http://delhitoshimla.net/

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Thank you for making this site very interesting! Keep going! You're doing very well!

Bronson Harrington

Wow, this looks like a very clever little cooker that checks-off all the right boxes.

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i like the idea of this boiler I donno I how much effective it is still idea is great.http://kalkatoshimla.com/

Žogi

No more gas, thet's the right way :)

Sparky Millikin

Forget mkettle. They ripped off Devin Montgomerry's design. Google it to read the discussion threads.

H Tabe

Forget boilerworks get a mkettle ;-) mkettle.com/iwantmymkettle

Dresses

This post is interesting teaching travellers and adventurers to become eco friendly. Thanks for sharing.

Jezreel Ricafort

This is a great idea and eco-friendly invention.

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