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Old 04-02-2013, 12:18 AM   #51
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Somewhere here on the forum are the dimensions of the 2 burner and 3 burner, I believe about 2-3 inches all the way around. In retrospect I'll never have 3 things cooking at once. Yes, ventilation was my reason for switching, I did not like the stove(as in the Casitas) next to the bed and now it is next to the door. Reace centers the extra window(which also opens) between the stove and sink.

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Old 04-02-2013, 06:21 AM   #52
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Okay, makes sense. We do have three things going at once on occasion, which usually involves having me outside over the camp stove!

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Old 04-09-2013, 10:21 PM   #53
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Question: You mentioned carring an "inflatable kayak" inside the TV. I am very interested in having an inflatable kayak and have looked at several on line. Focusing in on the SeaEagle Paddleski 435. Which do you have? Any recommendations? I had one before from National Geografic which was way too "saggy" and now has a leak that I simply can't find to patch. I would like a 2 person version.
Hi Jay,

Sorry, I forgot to answer your kayak question. After deciding our old non-folding Folbot was too much trouble, we bought a SeaEagle FastTrack. We used it several times in the FL Keys in March and had a lot of fun with it. It's pricey, but seems to be very high quality, was easy to set up, light weight, and seemed faster than our old Folbot, or at least easier to paddle. It may be a little wetter too, but that's part of kayaking I guess.


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