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    Woodsman rik_uk3's Avatar
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    Another dehydrator
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    Quote Originally Posted by rik_uk3 View Post
    Another dehydrator
    I've got a dehydrator coming for Christmas. I've never used one before so quite excited to have a play.

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    I've be thinking of a dehydrator, this year I had a glut of Chillies, Scotch bonnets and Habaneros, took me two complete days in an oven and a very toxic atmosphere,

    How good are they and what to look out for, or could you recommend one?

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    Chillies ? pickle them or dry them.
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    Ordered this one this morning

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    These to hang my tarp from a ridge line:

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    These to fold the tarp ends together to make a cosy tent shape.
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    Just can't help myself. This will help me when I, as always, forget my water bottle in the car.......
    http://www.tamarackoutdoors.co.uk/Mo...PdtID=22476438
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    These to hang my tarp from a ridge line:

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    The little ridgeline clips worked a treat.

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    The tarp clips did too. I used them to pinch the inside of the tarp together. I also discovered another use for them. I had a ridge line running under the tarp, just above my hammock, over which I hung a wool blanket that was draped either side of my hammock. The tarp clips held the blanket to the ridge line so the blanket would remain in place.
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    A Daiwa Black Widow G50 12' 3lb fishing rod
    a Shimano Baitrunner ST 10000 RB reel....

    Going after the halibut , and if I like this rod and reel, I may get another for a pair.
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