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    Don't forget about the pithy stemmed plants like...

    Don't forget about the pithy stemmed plants like Burdock, Mullien and Mugwort for the drills, they seem rather fragile at first but work well in my experience. My favourite combinatioin would be a...
  2. Spot on RF. A few years ago, my neighbouring...

    Spot on RF. A few years ago, my neighbouring allotment holder had hens for laying, as they ran to us to get bits of grass poked through the wire my youngest would shout at them, Chicken Nuggets! :)...
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    A video on the subject would be nice, cheers. ...

    A video on the subject would be nice, cheers.

    Al
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    Very nice Rich! That shot of the Osprey landing...

    Very nice Rich! That shot of the Osprey landing is a cracker!

    Al
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    Oooh, it's so tempting! I really can't justify...

    Oooh, it's so tempting! I really can't justify starting another branch of outdoor activities, I really need to nail those I already try to do rather than spread myself even thinner.

    When you talk...
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    Thanks for posting this Susanne, though I can't...

    Thanks for posting this Susanne, though I can't see myself starting to use this simply on the grounds of all the extra kit it would require me to buy. I thought a 'pee bottle' was pretty standard...
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    Thanks for confirming that Steve. Daggers...

    Thanks for confirming that Steve.

    Daggers version of Royalex was called R-light and was thicker down the centre than the sides which made for quite light boats. I don't know exact figures, but...
  8. Thread: Solo camp

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    Definitely interested in seeing this! Thanks,...

    Definitely interested in seeing this!

    Thanks,

    Al
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    Those rodents do like a bit of plastic, time for...

    Those rodents do like a bit of plastic, time for some tins me-thinks.

    Nice to see the Sussex woodland coming to life!

    Only a week now, are you lighting a fire for Walpurgis night?

    Al
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    Hi Steve, nice to see Ullswater in sunshine! I...

    Hi Steve, nice to see Ullswater in sunshine! I don't know how folks manage it, every time I've been there it's had clouds at head height and horizontal rain! My least favourite of all the lakes as...
  11. I've had and used mine for years now, I like it a...

    I've had and used mine for years now, I like it a lot. As Mike says, it dosen't produce as neat a stitch as a marker, awl and two needles for leather work, but it's a lot quicker and can be used to...
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    Very nice Rich! Intregueing remains, I'd be...

    Very nice Rich!

    Intregueing remains, I'd be curious to know more of them myself.

    High time I made it back over to the lakes myself.

    Thanks,

    Al
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    Looks like a nice little wander. Cheers, Al

    Looks like a nice little wander.

    Cheers,

    Al
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    Glad to hear you got out and enjoyed yourself. I...

    Glad to hear you got out and enjoyed yourself. I think the old saying of 'if you don't like the weather, just wait ten minutes' very appropriate at the moment.

    Al
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    A late reply to your post, but better late than...

    A late reply to your post, but better late than never as they say.

    I have a Bushcooker which goes with a 12cm Zebra Billy. The billy has the standard handle removed and a wire bale made from old...
  16. Thread: A good day sack?

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    For day to day wanders I find the Finnish...

    For day to day wanders I find the Finnish respirator bag near perfect. I think it was a fiver from Ebay, though you can get them all over.

    The only modification I've made is to add a clip buckle...
  17. Glad to hear it. It's a wonderful universe out...

    Glad to hear it. It's a wonderful universe out there!



    I've several old flexable tent poles kicking around. Should find something that'll work.

    Cheers

    Al
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    I'm rather rusty but still quite like IRC, but...

    I'm rather rusty but still quite like IRC, but don't get the chance to practise. I'll have another look tomorrow.

    Al
  19. Thanks for posting those. Interesting to see,...

    Thanks for posting those. Interesting to see, though you need to find something to occupy yourself to save going to bed at 7.00pm :)

    I like the tarp set-up very much! I must experiment along...
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    Has anyone joined you for a chat yet Dave? Al

    Has anyone joined you for a chat yet Dave?

    Al
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    Hi Paul, I can see the direction you're coming...

    Hi Paul,

    I can see the direction you're coming from with this, I'll try and explain my reasoning. Firstly, my requirements are such that this cup/beaker has to fit inside my brew kit while having...
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    Thanks for all the comments folks, it was a...

    Thanks for all the comments folks, it was a crackin' day for sure. I can't claim to be responsible for all the photos as both Rich and Joel took plenty too, some of which I've used. It shows just...
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    Clan of the Burger Burners picnic

    Hi folks,

    Just like to tell you about our day out last Saturday. We were supposed to be heading for the woods for a night out but due to one thing and another this wasn't going to happen, so not...
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    I have shock/bungee cord loops on all my tarps,...

    I have shock/bungee cord loops on all my tarps, depending on tarp configuration they get used directly onto pegs or cord guylines. I often tie guylines to rocks, trees etc and bring the adjustable...
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    Thanks Jonny, that beech cup looks very much the...

    Thanks Jonny, that beech cup looks very much the sort of thing I was thinking of. Maybe a little broader and shallower perhaps, but that sort of beaker shape. I haven't chosen a wood type yet,...
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