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  • He cut saplings for tent-poles, and showed me how to make the pins, and fasten down the canvas, then we built a nice little fire, and put our camp-stove over it.

    Sara, a Princess

  • He bought a pup-tent, pliers, a small camp-stove; a camp-lantern; food; blankets; matches.

    Long Ago, Far Away

  • The camp-stove was set up in the trail, and the others gathered round it, eating in the rain.

    Tenting To-night A Chronicle of Sport and Adventure in Glacier Park and the Cascade Mountains

  • "Life preservers," chanted Tish's subconscious self, "rubber blankets, small tent, folding camp-beds, a camp-stove, a meat-saw, a wood-saw, and some beads and gewgaws for placating the Indians."

    Tish

  • While the Dago Duke was warming up the fried potatoes and bacon, which remained from breakfast, over the rusty camp-stove, Dubois was diving under his bunk for a box from which he produced a yellowed shirt and collar, together with a suit of black clothes, nearly new.

    The Lady Doc

  • This additional fire was acceptable, as the cooking was done on a large sheet-iron camp-stove, the immediate territory of which was sacred to

    Sundown Slim

  • Yet neither disgorger, nor oilskins, nor camp-stove can be considered in the light of necessities, for the simple reason that the conditions of their use occur too infrequently to compensate for the pains of their carriage.

    The Forest

  • At the south were the sleeping-tents, with Mr.. Burnam presiding over one, and Mr. Everett over the other, while at the east, close to the creek, were those given up to dining and cooking, where Janey and Wang Kum held sway by day, with many a wrangle over the possession of the little camp-stove, and many a heated discussion as to the relative merits of

    In Blue Creek Cañon

  • And without much delay he soon had a roaring fire in the camp-stove which turned the chimney red-hot and made it possible to see dimly stretched out on a bed of fir boughs the long, thin form of a man whose drawn, unshaven face showed that he was suffering much pain.

    Labrador Days Tales of the Sea Toilers

  • Then came the noise of sticks hitting a tin camp-stove and a sudden blaze flared up, burnt for a minute or two, and apparently went out again.

    Labrador Days Tales of the Sea Toilers

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