EPISODE 259 TINY HOUSE WOOD STOVE IDEAS

Today’s episode is on how i would build a tiny house wood stove. the problem with having a tiny house wood stove is the fact that space is a premium in a tiny house, so having a wood stove there full time is a waste of space. Also i talk about the challenges of making a tiny house wood stove small enough to ship. the reason for this is i wanted to build one and send it to James at survivalpunk.com for his tiny house. If i could make a good prototype i may sell them online or something. One thing is for certain if i can make a awesome prototype i may be able to ship it at a decent price> listen in today for some more of my thoughts on tiny house wood stoves and if you have any ideas leave a comment below.

 

Announcement !!!

Now i have Lost Skills Podcast stickers available for 3 dollars each, e-mail me @ jeff@lostskillspodcast.com with LSP sticker in the subject line for more details.

Here are a couple of pics of the stickers.

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We also have Gardening in 2 minutes with Holly and Joey Baird from the Wisconsin vegetable gardener.com so please check them out !!

If you think this episode was worth 60 cents consider joining the lost skills podcast workshop here and help support the show. Also there are over 200 pdf’s in the members area ,as well as discounts to 5 supporting members on the great products that they offer.

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We now have a forum up and running!!!!! Please stop by and check it out , we don’t have a lot on there yet but we wanted to have a place where everyone can share their ideas on prepping and diy. Also please thank Steve for his hard work when you get there . You can visit the forum here http://lostskillspodcast.com/forum/ or by going to my site and looking for the forum page.

And as always i would like to hear your comments and suggestions so e-mail me at lostskillspodcast@gmail.com or jeff at lostskillspodcast.com . Stop by and visit my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/lostskillspodcast or comment on my web page. Also feel free to comment in the show notes. I hope you all like today’s show and thank you for listening,

JEFF

EPISODE 228 FIREWOOD

Todays episode is on my thoughts on firewood and my outdoor wood boiler.

Check out this site zulusurvival.com It is a newer survival site with well written articles on survival and preparedness written by Lee Morgan , a very active member of our community. I can say with all confidence Lee probably has the most researched articles around. He is an animal when it comes to research!!  Go check his site out !!

If you think this episode was worth 50 cents consider joining the lost skills podcast workshop here and help support the show. Also there are over 200 pdf’s in the members area ,as well as discounts to 5 supporting members on the great products that they offer.

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We now have a forum up and running!!!!! Please stop by and check it out , we don’t have a lot on there yet but we wanted to have a place where everyone can share their ideas on prepping and diy. Also please thank Steve for his hard work when you get there . You can visit the forum here http://lostskillspodcast.com/forum/ or by going to my site and looking for the forum page.

And as always i would like to hear your comments and suggestions so e-mail me at lostskillspodcast@gmail.com or jeff at lostskillspodcast.com . Stop by and visit my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/lostskillspodcast or comment on my web page. Also feel free to comment in the show notes. I hope you all like today’s show and thank you for listening,

JEFF

LSP ARCHIVES EPISODE-3 PRIMITIVE FIRE BUILDING

Hello everyone,

today’s episode is on primitive fire building. i thought this episode was up on my site but i guess that everything from episode 11 and down was lost in the move over here. i talk about the different methods of primitive fire building in today’s episode. please keep in mind this is an early episode so it may mot be as loud on your mp3 players. hope you all enjoy a classic episode from the beginning of the podcast .

And as always i would  like to  hear your comments and suggestions so e-mail me at  lostskillspodcast@gmail.com  or  at jeff@lostskillspodcast.com and please visit my face book page  http://www.facebook.com/#!/lostskillspodcast or comment  on my web page. also feel free to comment in the show notes. i hope you all like today’s show and  thank you all for listening

JEFF

EPISODE-22

Hello everyone,

 today’s show is about wood cutting and seasoning wood for use in a wood stove

there are some useful charts of the different types of wood

http://www.woodheat.org/firewood.html

http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/W/AE_wood_heat_value_BTU.html

http://extension.missouri.edu/p/G5450

now i have a twitter account ,so if you want to tweet the main twit just click here http://twitter.com/#!/lostskillspod  or search for lostskillspod.And as always i would  like to  hear your comments and suggestions so e mail me at  lostskillspodcast@gmail.com or visit my face book page  http://www.facebook.com/#!/lostskillspodcast or comment  on my web page. also feel free to comment in the show notes. i hope you all like today’s show and  thank you for listening

JEFF

episode 3 how to start a fire without lighters or matches

todays show is about how to start a fire without lighters or matches.

And as always i would like to hear your comments and suggestions so e mail me at lostskillspodcast@gmail.com or visit my face book page http://www.facebook.com/#!/lostskillspodcast or comment on my web page. also feel free to comment in the show notes. i hope you all like today’s show and thank you for listening