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    Lidl heads up

    Lidl have some camping gear on this week including a "Stanley" type multitool for 5:00

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    Thanks

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    This Thursday! Punch plier set, handy for repairing/building tarps etc
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    A vice for bench tasks
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    Diamond file set, probably not great for honing your knife but maybe for removing nicks/chips in axe head etc? Only 4.99!
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    From next Monday (17/6) they have more camping kit - not particularly 'bushcrafty' but they have a polyester 'shade sail' on offer for 20 that looks like it might make for an interesting experiment in tarpology - 350x430 cm, and it comes with poles, pegs and guys. I reckon I might have a look at one as a shelter for small groups.

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    Tribal Elder shepherd's Avatar
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    thanks for the heads up

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    hello,
    In a real Survival situation you use what is at hand, improvise, it wasn't the first time I've used a plastic fertiliser bag(s) on a survival course, so might be worth experimenting with such for now & cheap at the cost
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave dweller View Post
    From next Monday (17/6) they have more camping kit - not particularly 'bushcrafty' but they have a polyester 'shade sail' on offer for 20 that looks like it might make for an interesting experiment in tarpology - 350x430 cm, and it comes with poles, pegs and guys. I reckon I might have a look at one as a shelter for small groups.

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    Campfires are best shared with friends.

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    Not bushcraft as such but a good bit of kit for home diy type jobs, I'm thinking of getting one for my knife handling project and other things after!

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    Keep looking at those Steve but got to get my man cave built first. Unfortunately its way down on the priorities list though, chickens arrive tomorrow and haven't even finished the coop yet.

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    Haha I'm the other way round, man cave is on the up, chickens/ducks are low on the list at the mo with being in a quarter currently..
    failing to prepare = preparing to fail

    Pray not for a lighter load, but for a stronger back.

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