Canvas tents are another matter. You can get a smallish canvas-wall tent (eight-by-ten footprint) and install a wood stove in that. Davis Tents, for instance, will sell you both a tent (between $290 to $400, depending on canvas treatment; www.davistent.com) and a small stove specifically designed for use in tents ($305). For my money, a good canvas tent would be warmer in the winter, anyway.
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