Coming to a camp near you soon.....maybe

Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by Jerry Daschofsky, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. psycho

    psycho Active Member

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    I just dig holes in the ground to level my camp stove, but then I have a simple mind according to she who must be obeyed.:D
     
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    I did holes too, but then a stove that is already too low for me gets even lower. I'm 6'3" with a bad back. The stove is built for a 5'2" woman . . .

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    I am 5' 8" so there is a difference, plus a 28" inseam helps even more.:D They don't call me the garden gnome for no reason.:D:D
     
  4. Jerry Daschofsky

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    I'm not that tall, but have about a 33" inseam being 5'11. Stove I have to bend a bit for. In fact, looking at extensions for my chuckbox too. Just a tad low for a prep surface. Going to do similar what you were talking about with stove legs. Piece of tubing just bigger then legs and adjust as needed.
     
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    Being 6' 6" makes all horizontal surfaces low. I have come up with a perfect solution. My 5' 5" wife.:)
     
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