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Yadda yadda!
How ya gunna cook on that?
Campfire Stove Top
Guessing with this.
Oh and stfug
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Anyone got real info?
Sent a question to the natnl. Forrest to see...
Please let us know what you find out. My trip is still 6-8 months away but I would like to know before I go. I have already checked out the fire permits, wood gathering permits and the pack it in, pack it out rules.

I have read about bears out there and that they are of little trouble unless you leave food out. Do most put it in bags and tie up over a tree limb? or is that too much. I have camped in bear territory before and not had issues.

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I will pop in to report back when I get an answer, I need to go hunt the primer for the trail and see if it's in there, may be the rtf site.

Honestly,,, most just police the site, (some will rope up) best bet ,stash the goods back in rig.
MAKE him earn it.
I had one climb into the toya on wentworth one year, a little encouragement and he walked off.

We have had yoggie walk right thru camp while sleeping and wake a guy.
Also have left 1\2 a tri tip on the table unmolested!
Last run before the mc roundup yoggie was on terrorist mode according to the Sheriff (the night we left the tri tip out) nuthin..
Mostly they wait till ya stop moving around to come poke around.
Come enjoy it, don't be that guy:flipoff2:
 

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Who are "they"???
Anyone else???
Forgot which agency.

But the guys that asked for our fire permit and had no issues with our propane campfire.
 

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I will be in a FJ40 with a soft top or Bikini top, depends on weather. I would rather have food out of the rig so the soft top does not get trashed.

Funny story I went in the woods to do my morning paper work down in Tellico and saw a molested cooler. Turned out it was my neighbors! I snore and am worse after drinking, Yogi usually stays clear, not knowing what may be in the tent! I have had hotel staff comment on it the day after! I just shrug my shoulders! :)
 

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I have never had anyone question mine, although the Jamboree looked it over after complaints of a "bonfire" in our camp. This one comes with a grill, so technically a stove. Great for late night snacks around the fire, or coffee in the morning. Compact, self-contained, and I bring a 2-1/2 gallon cylinder, very small, and also can be connected to the 1 lb green cylinders in a pinch. Will run for an hour on one of those, we found out.
https://www.jebiga.com/amazing-campfire-can/
 

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Forgot which agency.

But the guys that asked for our fire permit and had no issues with our propane campfire.
Yep when I worked for "them" they suxed:flipoff2:
I hope to ensure guy's from Outta state have a blast, with no issues!
Now op... Drink more ( antifreeze) more yogi deterrent:grinpimp:
Pm me when yer gunna be on the trail and I will check on some stuff if you like.
 

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We are talking about doing the Buck Lake trail after this run. It looks like a 1/2 day in and out up to the lookout. Any thoughts on this trail or any others to hit while we are in the area. Fordyce is on the radar. We will have a bunch of Land Cruisers, 40's, 60's, 80's, and maybe a Tacoma. 12 rigs total. Most should be locked front and rear with experienced drivers. The race car is staying at home.
 

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We are talking about doing the Buck Lake trail after this run. It looks like a 1/2 day in and out up to the lookout. Any thoughts on this trail or any others to hit while we are in the area. Fordyce is on the radar. We will have a bunch of Land Cruisers, 40's, 60's, 80's, and maybe a Tacoma. 12 rigs total. Most should be locked front and rear with experienced drivers. The race car is staying at home.
Deer Valley trail is pretty cool. So you might want to check it out.

http://4x4trailmaps.com/4x4Trails.php?Trail_ID=1
 

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2nd Barrett lake. If you have license plates you can leave the tow rigs at Loon, fill up on fuel, ice and beer at Ice House and mob over to Barrett. Definitely worth spending a day chilling at the lake and hiking up to plane and the lake above Barrett.
 

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I just heard back from Kristi S with the Forrest service ...
she tells me that they are modifying the regional order for fire restrictions (which encompass the appliance referred to above) but no timeline proposed... I read this to say that the above unit is not yet legal, but is most likely being overlooked at this time?!
op hope you have a good run.
 

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Thanks guys! Barrett lake was on my list, just wanted confirmation
 

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I have never had anyone question mine, although the Jamboree looked it over after complaints of a "bonfire" in our camp. This one comes with a grill, so technically a stove. Great for late night snacks around the fire, or coffee in the morning. Compact, self-contained, and I bring a 2-1/2 gallon cylinder, very small, and also can be connected to the 1 lb green cylinders in a pinch. Will run for an hour on one of those, we found out.
https://www.jebiga.com/amazing-campfire-can/
The key is always have a package of hot dogs and some tongs handy and maybe a bag of buns. Then my friend it’s a cooking fire. If within the springs they adjust the fire rules depending on location and season. Being discreet is always a good thing.
 
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