Re: Stove fuels in the United Kingdom- help!
rodney w. bidinger (rwbidin@ALW.NIH.GOV)
Wed, 12 Jun 1996 08:17:09 -0400
Parrifin is not naptha! Paraffin in the UK is more like kerosene. The
one thing in the U.K. All most everywhere especially in TransAtlantic
Council they do not approve of using "liquid" fuels on camping/hiking
trips. They encourage the use of propane instead. So you may want to
think twice on the "naptha" anyway..
Rod Bidinger, USAF, Ret.
Cubmaster Pack 1111
District Training Staff
National Pike District, Baltimore Area Council
Eagle Scout Class 1969 (Detroit Area Council)
(Former Committee Member & Unit Commissioner, Troop 291, RAF Chicksands,
U.K. Mayflower District, TransAtlantic Council 1981-1990).
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City