A Swedish Camping Stove For Our Prepping Supplies
My husband found this Swedish Camping Stove for hiking in a dumpster no less and we were so impressed with its portability and durability I just have to share it with all of you! I guess someone no longer had a use for it but I sure do in my prepper supplies. To our delight it lit right up and it worked like a champ and I have to tell you all I can’t wait to come back and give a review on this stove as we are going to take it backpacking this fall!
The model on this stove is SVEA123 (I linked this to Wikipedia so you can look up all the details) so we looked it up online and it’s worth about approximately $90.00 but online when we were searching we did not see any that came in this portable container so we feel like we have hit the jackpot.
Having a stove around such as this can be convenient for so many reasons heating up hot water to sterilize it, you can use it to keep yourself warm, you can cook a small meal without having to drag out your large rocket stove and it’s essential for a bug out bag and anyone on the move! We had not had one yet for our bug out bag supplies so this was such a find and of course the best part for us is that it was free! Do you have a camp stove for your prepping supplies? What kind have you procured for such a purpose. So glad you stopped in here at Space Coast Preppers to see our new find and grateful to have a forum here to share with fellow preppers and like-minded folks.
Until we meet again.
-About KarenLynn KarenLynn is a blogger from Lil’ Suburban Homestead.com she has been blogging since 2008 for Frugal Families and then later started her own blog in 2010 after surviving Thyroid Cancer and dealing with major medical issues her family decided there had to be a better way. She has been featured at Canadian Budget Binder.com & Old World Garden Farms and won several blogging awards. Her and her husband The Viking in her life are passionate about gardening, beekeeping, raising chickens, survival skills, prepping, and sustainable living. They have 2 children one is 15 and one is 21 who they include in learning about gun safety
and learning survival skills for the future such as gardening, foraging, and being self-sufficient!