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Old 11-28-2010, 06:25 PM
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PBP Episode 47 - Trail Designs Ti-Tri Sidewinder

PBP Episode 47 - Trail Designs Ti-Tri Sidewinder

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In this episode, I talk with Russ Zandbergen about the Trail Designs Ti-Tri Sidewinder stove system and inferno wood-burning insert.

Russ is the President and Co-Founder of Trail Designs and maintains the innovative manufacturing company along with fellow-founders Lee Zandbergen and Yosemite-resident Rand Lindsly.

With detail and pride, Russ explains the Ti-Tri's multi-fuel capabilities and function. I ask him questions regarding the use of alchohol, solid fuel (Esbit), and wood in this unique stove system.

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I just listened to the podcast the other night when I saw it had downloaded in iTunes. The content was really good and I would recommend it to others. If I hadn't receive a Caldera Cone last year for Christmas, I would have added one to this year's list.

Thanks again for the great podcast series. I can't wait for the next episode.
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