Posts Tagged with ‘Propane’
22 Aug 2015
I tell ya what…
Aboard Sundowner we carry two propane tanks. Each is 17lbs and each will last us about 2.5-3.5 months depending on how carefully we husband its use.
So far we’ve refilled one tank in Cuba and one tank in Mexico. We expected to refill a tank here on the island of La Providencia. But alas… Not all worked out.
Before we left Mexico we had started using the propane bottle filled in Cuba. Although it was really odd. The stove made a strange hissing sound. T […]
28 Sep 2014
Our day started bright and early with a trip to fill up the propane tanks. It was Dani’s first time seeing propane tanks filled instead of exchanged.
And off to the boat with our usual truck load of crap in the back. I’m beginning to wonder if all of our dock mates believe that all we do is lug stuff to our boat. It seems like every time we go to the marina the dock carts cringe in anticipation of the coming abuse. Today’s tally was a heavy stove and a couple of propane tanks. […]
27 Sep 2014
There is just something about being a coonass (read: cajun). You cannot separate a cajun from his stockpot. Thats just the way it is.
Now, I’m not saying I can haul a 30qt pot around in a boat galley. I am saying I’m not leaving without a stock pot. You guys might think this the craziest of my admittedly hair brained ideas so far, but I decided to use a cooking pot as the propane tank mount. Yes, you read that right.
A few months ago Dani and I found some of the new style fiberglass […]