Campfire without smoke, a dream come true

We have all heard the saying smoke follows beauty as the wind direction changes and everyone shuffles to move out of the way of the smoke billowing from the fire pit. If you camp, as we do, you enjoy sitting outside at night enjoying the glow from the fire, as you strive to toast the perfect marshmallow, only to find you wrench of smoke at bedtime.

What if I told you I have found a product that will change the way you feel about having a fire outside. After a lot of research, and I mean a lot of research, Chip purchased a Solo Stove for us to take on our camping trips. He had a lot of criteria he was looking at, but for me I just had to be able to roast a marshmallow over it. Even though we had read the reviews, we were still apprehensive if the Solo Stove worked as well as presented. Well I can tell you without a doubt, it was well worth the cost, so much so that we purchased one to replace our chiminea on our patio.

There have been a lot of times we really wanted to have a fire at our home at family gatherings, but we knew my mom would not be able to tolerate the smoke, as she has a lot of breathing problems. We have found that once you get the Solo Stove good and hot, there is no smell of smoke. When you first start a fire in the Solo Stove it will have a little bit of smoke, but it does not smell like your typical wood fire. I know that sounds crazy, but it really does not to me. I have not smelled like smoke after sitting by our Solo Stove for hours.

There are a lot of things we really liked about the Solo Stove on our camping trip and I will share some of those with you.

  1. The stove was exceptionally light weight, and easily packed on the back of our truck camper.
  2. We were able to keep it fed with dead wood we found around the campground.
  3. Because of the way the Solo Stove is constructed, it was easier to keep the fire going because it was not affected by the wind. (None of the other campers could have fires it was so windy).
  4. I personally loved how when the wood burned down and the coals were glowing, producing heat on a cool night was nice, but the perfect marshmallow, was the grand prize.
  5. The wood burned down to a very scant amount of ashes that were easily poured out before packing it up for the road trip home.

You can have the same wonderful experience with your own Solo Stove, whether you take it with you camping, tailgating, on your patio, or even on your boat dock, the possibilities are limitless.

Check out the Solo Stove using this link, and if you decide to purchase one, please use this link as well, as I will get a small token of appreciation from Solo Stove with each purchase made by my friends. Please let me know if you purchased one and what you think of it. If you know me, you know I would never promote something that I do not totally believe in and use for myself. If you live close by and would like for us to demonstrate our Solo Stove for you, just drop me a note and we would be glad to fire the Solo Stove up!

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