- Mar 23, 2007--- In email@example.com, ian toal <powersurj2002@...> wrote:
>and am currently working with used coffee grounds and beeswax to make
> I'm working on making as eco-friendly camping supplies as possible
a fire starter/heat source for a small army surplus metal stove. I'm
trying to get something that will boil tea while I'm using my other
stove to cook dinner. Of course once I opened up the package of
beeswax it smelt like honey and started me wondering... Would burning
beeswax or beeswax candle attract bears?? Does anyone have any
insight into this one? I'ld like to hear it before the spring...
>What are you currently using as a fire starter now and how are coffee
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grounds and beeswax anymore eco-friendly?
I think that wood is the most eco-friendly thing you can burn on the
trail and it's readily available. Burning wood has a net neutral
effect on C02, it helps clean up the forest floor and helps eliminate
fire hazards. Why not use it.
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