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11-18-2010 08:45 PM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by popstop785

Yeah the part where you system really likes it is what is scary, I agree.

Well from one scout to another, I hope you get better soon and that the pain subsides.
Thank you! And im sucking up the pain pretty well ive already moved down to just taking aleve
11-18-2010 06:11 PM
redjeeper
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Originally Posted by Schwheelz View Post
Yeah ill keep you guys updated, im being sent there because the tendons in my hand could be burned.. Which i show signs of when i move my hand because all the joints pop out of place if i move it :/

Did i already say that?
howd the burn clinic go?
11-18-2010 04:44 PM
popstop785
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Originally Posted by Schwheelz View Post
Yeah i got taken off of them because i was showing abnormal behavior, it scares the shit out of me because its in my system now and my system REALLY liked it but one pill isnt gonna do anything and im not taking any more of it i got a different pain killer
Yeah the part where you system really likes it is what is scary, I agree.

Well from one scout to another, I hope you get better soon and that the pain subsides.
11-18-2010 02:06 PM
Schwheelz At the burn clinic..
11-18-2010 11:21 AM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by firehawk_1989

Hmm weird, never heard of that rule. We always used white gas stoves when I was in scouts.. Thats been a few years though. lol
A large amount of troops dont follow the rules exactly and its more common to have a white gas stove over propane
11-18-2010 11:20 AM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by popstop785
I was just short of that...

Oh and why docs keep giving oxi based meds is beyond me... be careful with those.
Yeah i got taken off of them because i was showing abnormal behavior, it scares the shit out of me because its in my system now and my system REALLY liked it but one pill isnt gonna do anything and im not taking any more of it i got a different pain killer
11-18-2010 10:59 AM
firehawk_1989
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Originally Posted by NHrubicon View Post
I teach Scouts outdoor skills, camping, cooking, etc....and unless I missed a rule change, liquid fuel stoves, fires, etc. are a definite no-no for Scouts. Is there an allowance to this for high adventure scouts? I'm out of the loop on getting up to date information...
and for your burns, did they give you silverdine (silvadene?) ointment? Can't remember exact spelling...but my older son had 2nd & 3rd degree burns at 1 year old over 20% and we had to paste that stuff on him for weeks...great stuff!
Hmm weird, never heard of that rule. We always used white gas stoves when I was in scouts.. Thats been a few years though. lol
11-18-2010 10:48 AM
popstop785
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Originally Posted by Schwheelz View Post
I like the bsa... I have my silver palm
I was just short of that...

Oh and why docs keep giving oxi based meds is beyond me... be careful with those.
11-18-2010 06:58 AM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by redjeeper

danm that sucks. good luck at the burn clinic. keep us updated.
Yeah ill keep you guys updated, im being sent there because the tendons in my hand could be burned.. Which i show signs of when i move my hand because all the joints pop out of place if i move it :/

Did i already say that?
11-17-2010 11:52 PM
redjeeper
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Originally Posted by Schwheelz View Post
Hit the doctor today and they prescribed me a different pain medication but so far im holding up with aleve, im also supposed to go to the burn clinic tomorow to have my tendons checked

danm that sucks. good luck at the burn clinic. keep us updated.
11-17-2010 10:25 PM
InvertChaos ouch that looks like it hurts. I got second degree burns on the middle section of my left 4 fingers and that hurt pretty darm good. I was at Sea Base camping on an island for a week and stupid me decided it would be a good idea to pour a large bucket of water on a fire to put it out. The steam cooked my fingers instantly. I just had to make do with burn ointment for the last 3 days in the sun plus the 6 mile row across the ocean back to Florida. Yeah that was an adventure lol. Anyways I hope it heals soon burns are the worst. Just wait till the skin underneath heals and the dead skin on top starts peeling off in sheets....fun. My blisters popped on mine so I would use neo sporin and gauze during the day and let it air out at night. Healed reasonably within 2 weeks with pretty much no scarring. Just a little pink hue due to the new skin. The human body is really amazing.
11-17-2010 10:06 PM
JackdUp Holy cow. Get well soon.....
11-17-2010 09:45 PM
wanderer1951 Hope it heals quick!
11-17-2010 09:25 PM
Schwheelz Hit the doctor today and they prescribed me a different pain medication but so far im holding up with aleve, im also supposed to go to the burn clinic tomorow to have my tendons checked
11-17-2010 08:59 PM
redjeeper
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Originally Posted by Schwheelz View Post
Without the bamdages. Day after

danm dude that looks like it hurts
11-17-2010 12:23 PM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX
Sorry to hear, use propane !!

This may help your situation-

Guy jumps out of plane at 25,000 ft-

Pulls ripcord-no chute !

Pull safety cord-no chute !

Gets down to about 1000 ft and meets a guy, going up !!

He says-"hey you know anything about parachutes" ??

Guy says "Nope, you know anything about gas stoves"??

JIMBO
Thats funny as hell!
11-17-2010 12:16 PM
pokey I hope you heal quick. Those white gas stoves have always intimidated me.
11-17-2010 12:16 PM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by yotefever
Sorry to hear about your burn. That is one thing that really scares me.
We had a nurse from a burn ward do a seminar at our firehouse years ago and I will never forget the pics she brought with her.
I will be extra careful next time camping with my Whisper or Coleman stoves.
Im a very avid bacpacker/mountaineer with ALOT of experiance. It just shows you cant let your guard down and always check your equipment
11-17-2010 12:10 PM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by NHrubicon
I teach Scouts outdoor skills, camping, cooking, etc....and unless I missed a rule change, liquid fuel stoves, fires, etc. are a definite no-no for Scouts. Is there an allowance to this for high adventure scouts? I'm out of the loop on getting up to date information...
and for your burns, did they give you silverdine (silvadene?) ointment? Can't remember exact spelling...but my older son had 2nd & 3rd degree burns at 1 year old over 20% and we had to paste that stuff on him for weeks...great stuff!
Yeah i pretty much got a case of the stuff its pretty great, and this wasnt a trip for scouting so we were allowed to have them for scouting and for high adventure you are allowed to use liquid gas stoves in bsa
11-17-2010 11:39 AM
jcf wow, you really did a job on yourself, I am glad you havn't got worse burns so take care of yourself & I will be thinking twice about portable stoves if there is ever a reason for me to use one
11-17-2010 11:25 AM
NHrubicon I teach Scouts outdoor skills, camping, cooking, etc....and unless I missed a rule change, liquid fuel stoves, fires, etc. are a definite no-no for Scouts. Is there an allowance to this for high adventure scouts? I'm out of the loop on getting up to date information...
and for your burns, did they give you silverdine (silvadene?) ointment? Can't remember exact spelling...but my older son had 2nd & 3rd degree burns at 1 year old over 20% and we had to paste that stuff on him for weeks...great stuff!
11-17-2010 11:02 AM
yotefever Sorry to hear about your burn. That is one thing that really scares me.
We had a nurse from a burn ward do a seminar at our firehouse years ago and I will never forget the pics she brought with her.
I will be extra careful next time camping with my Whisper or Coleman stoves.
11-17-2010 11:01 AM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by whiteyj
Holy crap....what happened? I'm sure there's a valuable lesson here somewhere. I teach the stoves & fuels module for a BSA High Adventure training team so curious.
I like the bsa... I have my silver palm
11-17-2010 11:01 AM
JIMBOX Sorry to hear, use propane !!

This may help your situation-

Guy jumps out of plane at 25,000 ft-

Pulls ripcord-no chute !

Pull safety cord-no chute !

Gets down to about 1000 ft and meets a guy, going up !!

He says-"hey you know anything about parachutes" ??

Guy says "Nope, you know anything about gas stoves"??

JIMBO
11-17-2010 10:59 AM
whiteyj Damn. Sorry to hear about. Hope the mending goes well. Certainly glad it wasn't any worse! Love the Whisperlite but yes they can be finicky to say the least. A little PM at home before lighting goes a long way.
11-17-2010 10:49 AM
Schwheelz
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Originally Posted by jgano23
omg. i can't even imagine how painful that is.
Im not even on medication right now.. And yeah it really hurts
11-17-2010 10:48 AM
Schwheelz I was checking an msr white gas stove to see if it worked and the base plate fell off spewing gas everywhere and then a spark ignited the gas already burning me and then i disconnected the pressurized fuel tank which was a very bad idea spewing gas all over my hand also igniting that which caused me to drop the tank sending the fuel everywhere fortunately there was a very large outdoor mat close by and it was a concrete surface so i managed to get the fire patted out before anything was damaged
11-17-2010 10:44 AM
jgano23 omg. i can't even imagine how painful that is.
11-17-2010 10:35 AM
jcf That looks painfull, hope it heals fast & sorry to hear of your accident. But tell us what happened?
11-17-2010 10:31 AM
whiteyj Holy crap....what happened? I'm sure there's a valuable lesson here somewhere. I teach the stoves & fuels module for a BSA High Adventure training team so curious.
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