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Carrying Fuel For Propane Camp Stoves - Considerations When Trying This Option
by: Adam Rise




Even though propane camp stoves can be used in many different situations, you will find that fuel cylinders are fairly heavy. Depending on where you are going camping, you may find that it is best to look at some options for carrying these cylinders for the duration of your excursion. As may be expected, trying these options out on shorter trips will give you an opportunity to innovate before having problems on a longer journey.

If you are going camping by yourself, you will need to consider how much weight you can carry while you are hiking in unfamiliar terrain. Consider a situation where you feel perfectly comfortable lifting and carrying several pounds of laundry. It is important to realize that you are most likely comfortable in short term situations. That said, if you had to carry that laundry around all day long, you might feel uncomfortable very quickly.

Over the years, many people have purchased wheeled carry carts in order to make it easier to move large, bulky, or heavy items. While these carts may work perfectly on a sidewalk or parking lot, they may not work as well in a forest or mountain trail. Without a question, if the cart has small wheels, or a low wheel base, you are likely to find that the cart will get stuck and prove almost useless.

For the most part, if you are certain that you want to bring along several propane cylinders, you may need to find an alternative way to carry them. This may include traveling with a horse, mule, or other animal that can carry the load for you. As may be expected, you will also need to make sure that you carry along enough food and water to ensure the animal retains optimal strength and well being.

If you decide to go camping or hiking with other people, it is best to travel in groups or multiples of three. At the very least, this will make it much easier to shift bundles to someone that has had an opportunity to rest. You will also find that traveling with a group will be safer and more enjoyable. As an example, if you get hurt or lost , at least others will be available to do what they can to help resolve the problems.

On the other hand, if you are going on an extended camping trip, these stoves can provide you with a number of advantages. In many cases, if you plan your trip carefully, you should be able to include a propane stove along with your other camping gear.

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