Hello all, Just signed up on the forum. My name is Neil I am an avid bushcrafter i like getting out to the woods for an overnight once or twice a month. I really enjoy winter camping especially after November when the bugs start going away. I have been really into the Mors Kochanski super shelter and i am not sure there is a more convenient shelter for the cost and performance. One thing that i find laborious is gathering enough quality wood for the duration of the night. Not only that getting up every couple of hours freezing re-stoking the fire gets kind of old. I had an idea when i stumbled onto a portable propane heater at a store. What if i ran the propane heater onto the outside of the super shelter ? I would think a 4,000 BTU heater would keep the shelter especially the small A frame version i use warm. It may take some finagling getting the distance of the heater to the shelter right to avoid melting the plastic. I know this is technically a luxury item many bushcrafters would find not needed. But this thing claims to run for 5.5 hours on a single 1 lbs propane bottle. So two bottles of propane would hopefully keep me warm enough for 8 hours to avoid stoking the fire every two hours or so. I know a lot of heat would simply bounce off the external plastic of the shelter but a lot would still pass through hitting the mylar on the other side causing some heat to stay in the shelter. A problem i thought of is that propane does poorly in cold weather. I thought i would tape some activated hand\glove warmers to keep the propane from getting too cold. What do you guys think ?