Jon McLain wrote:I have to admit this is looking pretty promising. I'm really curious to see how it does as far as the initial goal for like a porch style heater I believe is what you were going for? Also in regards to your pizza oven that's really neat idea what are you using to either make the oven out of or coat the barrel with cuz last time we try to remember we melted all the paint off the barrel
Brian James wrote:Disappointing news - my traveling companion had to back out due to health reasons, and it's not a trip I can or should attempt by myself due to my own health troubles, so unfortunately I'm not going to be able to attend the rocket heater Jamboree in Montana after all.
Jon McLain wrote:That is crazy! 5 hours of intense heat for so little wood. These stoves continue to blow my mind. I'm so excited to see this in person
Chris McClellan wrote:Brian,
This is Mud. I'm at the Rocket Mass Heater Jamboree looking at the lovely things you've been doing with yours. Where are you? What's the next step?
Duane Hylton wrote:Wow Brian! When you start something you really go at it full bore. I look forward to seeing more.
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