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Old 04-24-2013, 07:36 PM   #15
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That Fire Dancer is pretty neat
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Old 04-24-2013, 08:55 PM   #16
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We have the extend a stay setup with our weber. We also carry a couple of disposable cylinders when we want the grill further away from the motorhome.
For our camp chef 90 grill we use a 20# tank in the milk crate.
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I have this Extension Hose that will connect right to the end of the Extend-a-flow hose to add another 8 feet of length.

Oh, and on the 'Fire Dancer', propane campfire, it puts out a lot of heat for its size. When you are done, no waiting for the fire to go out or dumping water on it. Just turn off the valve let it cool for about 5 minutes, cap it an pack it away. I really like that little camp fire. Just right for the two of us.
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Not to hijack the thread but now I need to look into a fire dancer. Just to imagine not smelling like smoke before bed.
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Does anyone use one of the new fiberglass lightweight 29# bottles. I have one with a flat base which would be ideal for my soon to be ( new to me ) coach.
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Not to hijack the thread but now I need to look into a fire dancer. Just to imagine not smelling like smoke before bed.
This is the Fire Dancer Gas Camp Fire I ordered from ebay. With the extend-a-flow connections it is very convenient and easy to use. Diane and I really enjoy it. We have stopped carrying firewood since we got this little camp fire.
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I use the extend-a-stay when we park for a few days or more, but carry a couple 1 lb bottles when we're just stopping for the night,instead of slinging the hose over to the driver side.
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