I was wondering if any here keep a couple of gallons of white gas (coleman fuel) in storage for emergencies? I like the convenience of the propane bottles but I still like to strike up the old Coleman gas stove every now and then to make sure everything is working properly. Usually in the late fall I fill my generator with fresh fuel along with a stabilizer, spring rolls around and I empty it for the mower and other items. Since supposedly white gas has a long shelf life, if in an emergency I would most likely use it in the generator along other items, probably mixing in a little amount of 2 stroke oil to keep things lubed. Anyone else have ideas on the use of white gas in emergency situations?