Stuck in South Dakota | Staying Warm With a Wood Stove

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  • Published on Oct 19, 2018
  • We’ve found ourselves stuck in South Dakota in our school bus conversion. We have been resolving some legal issues with our car title/tag and will be here for 4-6 weeks while we play the waiting game. In the meantime, we’ve dealt with below freezing temps and are using our tiny wood burning stove and a few other tricks to stay warm. The sun has finally come out and we are getting to experience the beauty that is the Black Hills! Bus life has proven to be a difficult transition for us but we are trying to stay positive and get out and explore! That is what this adventure is all about. Thanks for watching!
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  • Jessica Davis
    Jessica Davis Day ago

    The dog was looking around like "Who the hell y'all talking to?!" 😂😂😂

  • Joanna Fischer
    Joanna Fischer 2 days ago

    Tuco’s a great space heater. It’s the only thing he’s good at. 😂😂😂

  • Jason Shepherd
    Jason Shepherd 4 days ago

    Sorry, new to your content! I’m confused why you had to get licenses and everything registered in South Dakota if you’re only staying for a few days?

    • Jason Shepherd
      Jason Shepherd 4 days ago

      Rolling Vistas yeah that’s what I was thinking well after I posted but wasn’t sure if there was something I’m unaware of. Thanks for the clarification!
      P.S. Truly enjoy your content. I am in the planning stages of joining this lifestyle, who knows.. maybe I’ll meet you guys in the next couple years on the road!

    • Rolling Vistas
      Rolling Vistas  4 days ago +1

      Hi Jason. South Dakota is our domicile state. This is where our physical address is and allows us to legally have drivers licenses and receive mail. You don’t have to do this for every state you go to. This is just where our “home base” is for our travels.

  • y. s.
    y. s. 10 days ago

    omg your voice

  • Peya Luna
    Peya Luna 10 days ago

    you might want to add a seperation in the front of the bus, if only another reflective+wool curtain - whats the use of putting spray foam in the back, when you have a drafty bus door in the front?

  • Pat B
    Pat B 11 days ago

    You did not make the comment but you need to remember heat rises and cold falls. The outside of the bus needs to have a little covering to keep the wind from drawing any heat from it. The heater is mounted up in the air so you need to get your heat blowing towards the floor so it heats the floor also. You can have 81 degrees at chest height but freeze water at the floor. If you have multiple cold days and can open the area around the water tanks and blow warmer air in there you can help it. If the water tank is sitting right on the metal floor and the wind blows under your bus it will pull all the heat from the metal below and the tank will freeze. Great video telling about the problems some people will not, we all have them and learn from them.

  • Ulrey Productions
    Ulrey Productions 14 days ago

    Ive come to give the last view to get you threw

  • 2eleven48
    2eleven48 16 days ago

    That magnificent dog......

  • Ta Hu
    Ta Hu 17 days ago +1

    Great video, wonderful dog, nice people, dude has a radio voice, lass has wonderful smile, great info. Nice to see down to earth folk, not materialistic, not caught up in social media, living simply. Peace all and goodwill to all.

  • J T
    J T 18 days ago

    WHAT A NICE DOG HE HAS A COOL PERSONALTY HE IS A DEEP THINKER LOOK AT THIS VIDEO HE IS WONDERING WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO AND HE KNOWS YOUR OLD LADY IS NOT TO BIG ON HIM

  • The Sweet Stitcher
    The Sweet Stitcher 18 days ago

    WAR EAGLE....your living my dream. Your dog needs his own YT, I would love to read that mind.

  • Gman nubs
    Gman nubs 18 days ago

    Let's see you try that in Alberta

  • richard c
    richard c 19 days ago

    Thanks, hunker down and stay warm!

  • Dash Jeffreys
    Dash Jeffreys 20 days ago

    Toco looks so profound.

  • Lee MoBai
    Lee MoBai 21 day ago

    You can become a resident of SD so easily because the US does not have universal health care.

  • Drone Dude in China
    Drone Dude in China 22 days ago

    What's the song? Anyone?

  • Sandra Delgadillo
    Sandra Delgadillo 23 days ago

    Where did Frankie sleep during those cold nights?

  • Ahmad Esmail
    Ahmad Esmail 24 days ago

    From Syria with love, thanks for sharing your moments

  • Jeff Strong
    Jeff Strong 25 days ago

    I am not seeing a damper on the stove pipe. So If you got one of those you can stoke the stove up at night and with the damper you should be able to get a 10 to 12-hour burn. Also in the stoking, if you have hardwood like oak or maple, As for a source of hardwood look for a shop that makes furniture and you should be able to get a couple of five-gallon buckets of hardwood for a few bucks to supplement the soft wood.

  • The Eastern front
    The Eastern front 26 days ago +1

    Some hard wood firewood will help on those cold nights, it will burn longer so you dont have to get up ti feed the fire as often.
    Maples, oaks, ask, hickory etc. Pines, firs, cedars will burn quick and be gone in the morning. And make sure its seasoned!

  • dav1099
    dav1099 26 days ago

    Very nice video, your dog has a regal look to him the way he just lies there scanning the area, what breed is he?. thanks for posting, good luck in your travels.

  • Jeffrey Galeski
    Jeffrey Galeski 26 days ago

    I like your dog . . . you guys are ok too. The dog is a happy boy.

  • Campbell Brass
    Campbell Brass 27 days ago

    Lovely vid. Dont bring that thing to Canada without a bigger stove.

  • Karen Mullen
    Karen Mullen 27 days ago

    I am reminded that there are certain hardwoods that give off more BTUs. Do you know about this? Do you know what horse apples or hedge apples are? They have many names. Those big green, really rough skinned, sticky, good-for-nothing fruits that'll knock you out if they bonk your head?
    If the trees are growing wild and unhindered they can get really tall, such as in Kansas near a Lake called Kingman. Or in their native areas in OK & TX. Anyway, they're all over the place because ranchers used to use them to plant them exclusively as windbreaks for farmland and to create a live corral for their animals. Because of the many seeds that are inside them they can be planted very close together and with dedicated pruning they can grow into a hedge that is " horse tall, bull stout and hog tight", so there's that, and the best bows are made from the wood because of strength and grain. Oh yeah, it makes the best harps, too. And best for you, if you can identify that type of tree you can have some really long-burning logs that put out very high BTUs. Go online and search and learn trees and B's.

  • Karen Mullen
    Karen Mullen 28 days ago

    To help in feeding the stove through the night, you can use nature's alarm clock, which is drinking a really huge amount of water before bedtime... surely you will have to wake up in 3 or 4 hours to go and when you do, feed the stove with the largest but short, solid chunk of wood that you can fit in the stove and get to burn. I have heard.. well.. read that the biggest, most solid chunk of wood you can fit in there esp on nice glowing embers, maybe even a * 'pallet' of stix, should feed it at least 6 more hours and then of course if you start doing that (big chunk/blox) before you go to bed ...no need for the alarm clock.
    *know what I mean? A square low stack of sticks with airflow, on embers in the center with big chunk sat on top. Embers start on the block before the pallet burns away, block burns all nite. Unless embers need fed and were too spread, they die & burned the pallet, block falls, doused the rest of embers. In which case, i may want to center the embers then stick the chunk o' wood in there where one corner burns and eats the rest thru the nite.
    I've seen used a half log burn slow &good 5 1/2 hrs.
    I've used 3/4 log with 1/4 split out to stack on embers as kindle and it burned about an hour longer. i stoked a small flame up, set the open part over it.as it burnt along the split, it acted like the "long night self feeding camp fire" bcoz I shoved 1/4 splits in where I could. There has to be airflow as you know.

    Alternate

  • Tom Davis
    Tom Davis 28 days ago

    I'm In Vermont I'm renting, right now, I truly want to break away ..I've been thinking about this for many years..this why I'm here.

  • FrankCegelski60@gmail.com Cegelski

    Folks who have questions about the music can try the Shazam app on one device, while playing the music on another....
    You're welcome.

  • Ernest Clements
    Ernest Clements 29 days ago

    As a retired school bus driver I can tell you that at times its almost impossible to keep a school bus warm even with a full load of kids your cold in winter and hotter than Hades in summer contrary to popular belief most bus companies do not invest in air conditioned buses except where required by law or specified in contract

  • jerryw66
    jerryw66 Month ago

    How do you travel for a living and still have to finance a cheap car?

  • Haidy Genus
    Haidy Genus Month ago +1

    Anyone else loves his voice?

  • 805gregg
    805gregg Month ago

    What a moron, you have wheels and an engine, Key West is 80 degrees, just move that POS

    • Rolling Vistas
      Rolling Vistas  Month ago

      You’re so smart! Why didn’t we think of that?

  • RICH82AIRBORNE
    RICH82AIRBORNE Month ago

    Hey guys buy some fire blocks from tractor supply they're called bio blocks I've burned wood my whole life and I've switched completely over now they are always dry they burn 30% hotter they are always dry they don't leave bugs in your bus either they last longer than wood if you leave them in as big of a chunk as possible but be careful they expand too i pay $4 for 6 blocks thats a days burn and a very hot one my stove isnt air tight its an old fashion box stove its 8 x 8 x 16 inches one whole block will roast you out and my bus is 40 ft so yeah good luck try them out youll love them too

  • RICH82AIRBORNE
    RICH82AIRBORNE Month ago

    i live in my bus ear around in maine its not bad but ahh you really need to be smarter than a carrot too it helps! im glad to see youre making the best out of it its what you make it to be!

  • Derrick Roberts
    Derrick Roberts Month ago

    Auburn fans? Grads? War Eagle!!!

  • Jeff In Chicago
    Jeff In Chicago Month ago

    Add another stove??? Or get up in the middle of the night and add wood????

  • Dave Juergens
    Dave Juergens Month ago

    My grandfather retired to the Black Hills of South Dakota to me there is no such a thing as Stuck out there!!!!!

  • TED ROSE
    TED ROSE Month ago

    I've got news from an old fart....1) I love your videos 2) Even when my wife & I were newlyweds we couldn't "keep it going all night long" I think is what you said?? **wife says you were referring to the heat source for your bus! Anyone that might read this I'd like to share a small tidbit to chew on. Enjoy as many seconds of your life as they occur, not just in reflection, otherwise down the road you'll be like my wife & I looking around & wondering, that's it? Time FLEW by, but when your younger & living your life many times you'll think, "I can't wait till we retire", well....we have.....NOW WHAT! Anyone reading this I'm not trying to poop on your CORN POPS, just the vantage point I currently have. LIFE Live It, Love It, Love Family, Friends, Neighbors & Strangers, Love every Green, Purple, Rainbow colors of people, Love Neighbors, Strangers, Rich, Homeless, Poor - Love is the best gift you can give & get.

    • Rolling Vistas
      Rolling Vistas  Month ago

      Love this ❤️ Thanks for the kind words and sage advice.

  • Madluv4ya
    Madluv4ya Month ago +4

    Dude, you have the best voice!!!
    Hello from Alabama!!!

  • marc anthony salon
    marc anthony salon Month ago

    are they aware that their doggo thinks he's a hooman...?

  • WhatSarahLikes1
    WhatSarahLikes1 Month ago +1

    "Tiny house preppers" on you tube have your same woodstove.

  • Mary Thompson
    Mary Thompson Month ago +6

    Your dog is beautiful....very majestic...I feel like he is the King of dogs...

  • Gemmi
    Gemmi Month ago

    Woodstove Heat, = don't allow it to burn down Low, Then Over Fill It.
    It Wastes Fuel & lowers the Heat output.
    A small HOT Fire is good, The Temperature Gives a More Efficient Burn,
    Feed a Fire SMALL amounts but OFTEN. Keep the fire HOT.
    If Available Use Coal & Coal style Products Along with Wood / Logs ( Subject to the size of the fire. )
    2 lumps of Coal the size of a tennis ball or Golf ball ( approx ?)
    Then 2 Logs the size of a large BEER Can.
    For Small Medium Stoves, ( Large House Stoves ? Double this amount )
    2 coal, wait 20 / 30 mins? Then add 2 Logs,
    Then 2 Coal ,
    If the Burn Space is Large enough increase to 3 of each, then 4 of each.
    All SUBJECT to how much You regulate the Fresh air input into the fire. & Size of Fire Chamber.
    Or How Much Heat you want / need etc.
    GOOD Warm Fires are something VERY FEW Understand !!
    When it's almost OUT , They FILL it FULL = A very Cold Room / Space for 2 hours !!
    CHUCKING LOADS of Smoke out of the Chimney. = WASTED Fuel.

    ALSO :- Add more Bedding & Blankets etc.
    Cover the windows with insulation,
    Make & Cut a Thick Curtain to cut Off Unused areas of the Van or Bus on cold nights.

    If You have the Space & the Skills, Heat water from the Fire & pipe hot water around the Van / Bus.

    The Woodstove Can , in an evening Heat water to fill HOT Water Bottles To Place in Sleeping Bags , Or Bed.
    Everything MUST Cover at LEAST 2 Jobs in a camper Van.
    In the Morning You can Wash in the Water from the Hot Water Bottles.
    Or Save the water for the Following Night .

    I Hope this Helps Beginners, & Those not used to Cold Weather.
    Cheers Paul , England , UK.

  • ken mcdonald
    ken mcdonald Month ago +1

    James Hetfield lives on a bus?

  • Filipe Gomes
    Filipe Gomes Month ago

    Get a Monoxide Carbon detector just to be safe. Other thsn that, great video. Compressed wood or coal is good for the stove. There are some special bricks you can use on the stove, they get hot and the release the heat during the night

  • Dave Froman
    Dave Froman Month ago

    Do yourselves a favor and ditch the cubic mini. You can build a much better and more efficient rocket stove these days in the same amount of space using a bell design.

  • Gina Whisnant
    Gina Whisnant Month ago

    A couple of chunks of coal would likely work most of the night. I had a wood/coal stove a few years back and a good bed of wood coals with a couple of brick-sized coal pieces were usually still burning in the morning. You would want to use smaller pieces in the tiny stove. I got coal at a feed store back then. People use it to heat chicken houses I think.

  • David Sanchez
    David Sanchez Month ago

    How do you come up with the money to live this way????

  • MotorcrossRacer1
    MotorcrossRacer1 Month ago

    nice puppy..........

  • Mr_Meddle_Man
    Mr_Meddle_Man Month ago

    Might be necessary to add an electric heater for your water tank

  • Ice cream girl rocky Road

    Dang you have alot of knowledgeable ppl in this comment section under skirts and that temp thing goes on the actual pipe ...this is such an amazing way to live

  • Warren Lohf
    Warren Lohf Month ago

    We don't like people from Colorado here in South Dakota he might get some liberal idea like change our way of life.

  • asterix 64
    asterix 64 Month ago

    I use coal in mine to keep it going overnight,I was using wood but it takes up too much space and the only way you could keep it overnight is to use hardwood,expensive and not so common. I find a 25kg bag lasts me a week in the depths of winter running 24/7,in comparison that would probably be a small trailer load of wood for the same output.

  • Steve Cole
    Steve Cole Month ago

    What losers

  • RevenantShadow
    RevenantShadow Month ago

    It’s actually not that cold in SD I live here.....As long you dressed. Cuz we’re used to it. Weather in SD is crazy in a snowy, Rainy, cuz the weather changes in a snap

  • tyler jackson
    tyler jackson Month ago

    I create a chimney fire on purpose every 1 to 2 months. It burns the creasote out. Do it while its raining outside so no risk of fire. Put some pine in the fire box and leave the door open. It will look like its raining fireflies outside.

  • John Payne
    John Payne Month ago

    Very nice

  • Masada2
    Masada2 Month ago

    I would feel safe with that dog 🐕

  • Bill Fields
    Bill Fields Month ago

    oh yeah and make more dog videos he's adorable

  • Bill Fields
    Bill Fields Month ago

    you guys have an awesome van I am a full timer as well but I bought an RV I just wanted to say it's so cute your wife looks like a person off of the WII . you know when you get to create your own character? especially when she smiles! anyway hopefully no offense that was totally a compliment

  • Nat Jac
    Nat Jac Month ago

    Some how I knew there had to be a dog in a very small space. Nice!

  • Will Abbott
    Will Abbott Month ago

    Great voice !

  • Michelle Holt
    Michelle Holt Month ago +1

    Thank you for this. My grandfather was from South Dakota and the typical Google images doesn’t do it justice.

  • Will Fischer
    Will Fischer 2 months ago

    What do yin’s do fir money ?

  • Roman Province of Palestine

    Woooow good job guys. 👍🏻👍🏻

  • Tom Ortale
    Tom Ortale 2 months ago

    u let a dog sleep with u in bed? really? ugh...ticks/fleas/mites/wooo/no bueno.

  • Davidson Lankford
    Davidson Lankford 2 months ago

    What do you both do for income or did you win the lottery?

    • Rolling Vistas
      Rolling Vistas  2 months ago

      Lol. We definitely didn’t win the lottery. I (tiff) am a freelance graphic designer and have an online business called Kudzu Monster. Zac does freelance tech support, freelance writing, and teaches at photo software workshops. We had a goal to travel full time, made career choices that worked towards that goal, slowly transitioned our normal 9-5 jobs into freelance jobs, saved for 3 years, then bought a super cheap bus at auction and spent another 2 years converting it. Thanks though, I’m flattered.

  • James Shanks
    James Shanks 2 months ago

    If you have an iPad or laptop and access to wifi SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket tonight with 60 satellites that are part of a cluster of over a 1000 to give you internet access anywhere on the planet earth. Scheduled for launch at 10:30 PM tonight Thursday from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

    Thought it might interest you two.

  • James Shanks
    James Shanks 2 months ago

    Should you come across a supply of hard coal presuming you have firebrick in the firebox after starting a fire with a bed of red wood coals then load her up with hard coal not exceeding the firebrick on the sides of the firebox load her up it won't put the fire out nor generate smoke but you will hear Kellogg's Rice Krispies Snap, crackle, and pop! From the fresh coal you put on her. Don't use soft coal, it's smoky and requires a flame at all times to reach the top of the coal bed unlike hard coal. With hard coal one load will last between 24-48 hours before it starts dying out. At the 24 hour point you can shake the grate to get the ashes out of the firebox then add fresh coal otherwise known as green coal. Green coal is coal that isn't burning. Add fresh coal up to the limit of the firebrick to continue the burn. Yes hard coal is a wee bit more expensive but when you feel the heat it will be worth it. The exhaust pipe draft should be wide open after you add the coal with the ash door vents open as well. After the fire begins to cook then you can close down the pipe damper and reduce the ash door vents by half or more. It is a learning skill to burn hard coal properly but once learned you will love it particularly the fact that it will burn overnight keeping you snug as a bug in a rug. Pardon me.......no BS!
    I learned when I was a teenager in a crossing guards Shack with a B&M Railroad number 105 pot belly stove burning soft coal. The railroad hadn't bought any coal since the steam locomotive era died in 1956 so when a local freight was delivering a hopper car of soft coal, still used in the early 60's for household heat they would stop at every crossing tenders shantys and fill the coal bunker for the winter 2 tons was normal and the railroad always paid the claim when the coal company filed a claim of so many short tons of coal delivered. The car held 50 tons. Finally in the early 70's they replaced the pot belly stoves with propane stoves and installed a 500 gallon tank. 5 years later all the crossing tenders shantys were replaced as they retired as they were mostly ex brakemen who lost fingers or a hand in switching accidents. They were then guaranteed a tenders job until they retired. The last one retired in 1986.

    Cheers!

  • Nnadozie Emezi
    Nnadozie Emezi 2 months ago

    This is the first video of yours I've watched and it's a bit noisy in here (so I'm sorry if maybe you addressed this)but I watched another person who transformed a school bus too & had to remove the stop sign on the side (by law). Is it state by state? I don't remember the state he was in. Thanks guys and awesome video👍

  • Hamad Ahmed
    Hamad Ahmed 2 months ago

    This is so ugly that dogs kiss and lick on their lips and mouth. And they keep dogs with them in same living area, they are living in germs, and they call themself civilized nation.

  • kgc114
    kgc114 2 months ago

    I/m going to South Dakota and kidnapping that dog.

  • Randy Rankin
    Randy Rankin 2 months ago

    what r u getting on milage

  • Alejandro Mejia
    Alejandro Mejia 2 months ago

    You have to say the word Colorado, please don't, we don't need any more!

  • Hebby 911
    Hebby 911 2 months ago

    I think you are both beautiful people and I am throughly jealous that you are living the life that I dream of. Thank you for allowing me to live vicariously through you. Cheers.

  • Project Wink
    Project Wink 2 months ago +1

    My husband has recently decided he wants a tiny house bus to be his next project when we move back to the states, currently stationed in Germany 🙂
    Your editing is phenomenal. You do such an incredible job at adding in a few change scenes while talking when needed, keeping interest. I’ll be taking notes from your videos as I continue watching 🤗

  • Wm H
    Wm H 2 months ago

    I hope you got to go see Crazy Horse too.

  • sergio garcia
    sergio garcia 2 months ago

    pillows. use more pillows on the bed and for the dog. wrap your body around pillows. 6-8 inches of insulation.

  • Cecilia Piepenburg
    Cecilia Piepenburg 2 months ago +1

    Hy beautiful couple , I see u from Canary Islands in Spain , I LOVE your way of Life , I envy you so muchhhhhh💜💜💜💜 thanks for ur xperiences 😚

  • Jose Duran Jr
    Jose Duran Jr 2 months ago

    You both are brave. I’m 47, male and been too pampered by my spouse of 30 years.

  • Josh Wheeler
    Josh Wheeler 2 months ago

    That's a really beautiful bus

  • Arrani S.
    Arrani S. 2 months ago

    Awww your dog is so cool. This was a helpful video. Glad i found your channel.

  • Lily Slipcast
    Lily Slipcast 2 months ago

    That woodstove is so darn cute 😍

  • Reginald High
    Reginald High 2 months ago

    You guys are living the life!!!!

  • Vrystaat
    Vrystaat 2 months ago

    FREEDOM......YOU LUCKY GUYS.....well done....

  • fpvteppaz
    fpvteppaz 2 months ago

    Take some stones and put them under the stove. 😉

  • Richard MJ
    Richard MJ 2 months ago

    DO you have videos of you building the camper? Looks awesome! Do you have a walk thru video of your camper (bus?).

    • Rolling Vistas
      Rolling Vistas  2 months ago

      Hi! Thanks! Yes! Check out our profile and you’ll find a walk through tour and a bus build playlist

  • twisted1800
    twisted1800 2 months ago +1

    The dog looks like he's posing for the camera lol, dogs are awesome.

  • J Britain
    J Britain 2 months ago +1

    What a delightful couple. The young lady has a beautiful and energetic smile an an incredibly positive attitude.

  • dadigan
    dadigan 2 months ago

    I agree about your dog! I wish more human's were as contemplative! Just found your channel. I am subscribed! Kudo's! daniel

  • Menno Knelsen
    Menno Knelsen 2 months ago

    I was into it,until I saw the dog inside, disgusting 🤢

  • Larry Ceaser
    Larry Ceaser 2 months ago

    Actually the thermometer should be above the draft open/close on the chimney lets you control the temp. of the chimney reducing carbon and creosote build up At least that is what I was told by my woodstove installer and the local fire dept inspector just fyi

  • Robert Clint
    Robert Clint 2 months ago

    As much as I enjoy women, I know for a fact that I could not live with one in that little of a space because women have a tendency to smell really bad at times. I can imagine in the summer that would be horrible. In an enviroment where water to wash is limited with a funky female, Oh hell no. I feel for the guys that take care of these women in that tiny space. So I just tell my females to find something else to do and I will go it alone. Then I would visit them when it is time.

  • udmbfck x
    udmbfck x 2 months ago

    The great thing about the bus is the one that makes it the worst choice for heating in the Winter: That almost 360 degree window view! But it must be awesome being able to just turn your head and see outside rather than having to relocate yourself to a window on one of the sides of your RV Van or Box-truck RV, if you even have a window on the side you need to look out of. At least you are making an effort in staying warm by learning the art of 'wood-stoving'

  • David Jaeger
    David Jaeger 2 months ago

    Help with your wood stove as I heat my entire house with a cast iron parlor stove. The trick is when using a wood stove use dry well seasoned wood as no threat of creasote in the chimney...dry wood will not produce creasote. Creasote looks like black shiny corn flakes..you can tap on your chimney and creasote will fall into the box and just sweep into a ask shovel..also to keep your wood stove burning all night you want to insert a full non split log in the far back of your stove. Full solid logs burn long time. Open your air inlet and close your damper half way to keep the heat in and the smoke out..

  • Dave C.
    Dave C. 2 months ago

    Not keeping that stove going isn't your fault. It is simply a small stove. The fuel will burn up and need to be fed every 3-5 hrs. If you want an all night burn, you need a bigger stove, or another source of heat.
    On a side note...is that stove lugged down so it can't become mobile in an accident?

    • Rolling Vistas
      Rolling Vistas  2 months ago +1

      Thanks Dave, yeah that seems to be the case. We won’t be using it for a while likely but will have different expectations this coming winter. And yes, the stove is bolted to the hearth

  • THE SIMPLE DEVIL
    THE SIMPLE DEVIL 2 months ago

    This guy voice is really awsome deep and clear wow😮 i want that but mine is squeeky

  • Jai Confessor
    Jai Confessor 2 months ago

    Cool dog, cool man, cool woman, cool bus, cold weather.

  • Kevin Dennis
    Kevin Dennis 3 months ago +1

    I'm just here for the dog lol

  • THE UMBRELLA CORPORATION
    THE UMBRELLA CORPORATION 3 months ago +1

    your wife soooo pretty......she seems really sweet too.
    gods love to you and your family sir.
    from one traveler to another
    💖yall

  • The Friendly Grizzley
    The Friendly Grizzley 3 months ago +1

    Replace the duvet whit proper wool, then switch to eberspacher heater. Go to eberspacher.no for information. Best regards from Norway.