I will admit I don't know anything about this. I think I may have confused myself more by reading a handful of threads. I apologize, in advance, if I am asking something that has been answered 100 times. When I go camping (tenting up until now), I usually cook on the fire. I will be going on a camping trip in a few weeks where I won't be able to do so. Since it's not in bear country, I feel like I can safely cook in the camper without getting some unexpected guests ... So, my 1987 coleman columbia has a stove. And it works. There is, what appears to be a regulator on top of the (now empty) tank. I don't plan on using the propane often, and since the tank is old, I'd have to get a new one. Can I use something like this - temporarily - on the regulator to run the stove to cook 3 or 4 meals? http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman-Propane-Fuel-16.4-oz-2-pack/20971271 Do I need adapters? Is it even the right type of propane? Thanks!