FedEx might ship the stove as long as it is NOT reeking of fuel. I would just buy a fuel bottle at the other end, and consider it a disposable item.
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A bit off-track (pun intended) but does Greyhound/Trailways offer any reasonable bike transport as accompanying luggage for passengers?I did a trip in Oregon last summer. I had planned to use one of the Cascades trains as they offer roll on/roll off service but none of their schedules line up with what I needed. AMTRAK also offers (in spots) something called Thruway Connecting Service. Think AMTRAK Bus Lines. My experience with a Thruway bus was fabulous. I had to reserve a bike spot, which meant I got one of the two cargo bays all to myself, and that is where my bike and panniers went. The bus driver knew I was coming, had the 2nd bay open and ready for me. When I got to my destination, the station met me and made sure I had no issue with getting my bike out and back together. And they only charged me $10 to ship my bike.