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Nice of you to post this.. Way back in 82 when I was in Boy Scouts we did this exact thing and then made full scale out in the woods.. It was really simple.. However the hard part was figuring out how to keep it intact and get it over the 20' span we built it for without getting wet.. That turned out to be sorta east also.. Need trees on other side. Make a single rope bridge "the hard part was hooking the rope to bring back to our side".. then the 2 lightest went across ( Dale and Me), ran another rope, threw both over some higher branches, then the others tied to bottom of bridge and we pulled while the others lifted the other end.. No live trees were cut down.. And it stayed for 2 years.
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Thank you Thank you Thank you..I have just started making Alcohol stove using 'old school' methods = alot of %&*@! words and getting somewhat frustratedSo I started to look around and saw this 'Scollop" which I thought was 'just another stove' with different hole setup.. And kept moving past it.. But still kept seeing it so I klicked on it... Needless to say now I don't care if I make one and it doesn't work the way I want.. I just make another one in no time at all..I have also found using a full can helps to keep things lined up and makes things even easyer.... Again Thank you..