I thought I would pose this problem to the experts.
The fam and I are planning on hiking out to one of the public use state cabins this weekend. howver, it has been pretty cold down here (for JNU, -10 to +10°). I am a bit nervous that we will get out to the cabin and the fuel line will be frozen or gelled. The cabin has a small gravity fed diesel stove. Any ideas how to get the stove going if the fuel line is gelled? Does that diesel anti gel (like diesel 911) reliquify fuel that has already gelled? or is this just work before the fact?
I would HATE to get to the cabin, with the family, in 0° temps and NOT be able to get the stove going! So any tips or tricks GREATLY apprciated!