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    Samuel Hearne
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    1, Sleeping bag
    2, Parang
    3, Zebra cooking pot
    4, Flint
    5, Large tarp
    And hopefully I can use anything that I can find.

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    yeah deffo ian - survivals all about making use of whatever you can

    hell, if i had nothing else, i would boil water in an old world war 2 artillery shell, if its all i could find

    places with coastlines too, allsorts of stuff washes up !

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    I'd take Ian, Mark and some bacon. I'd have a really good laugh and a cracking breakfast!
    "If you were to ask me what I consider to be my finest achievement, I could answer the question without hesitation: teaching." ~ Raymond Blanc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisCraft View Post
    not sure if ' fire kit ' is allowed, as its multiple items in one.

    a fire steel would be ok tho.

    what kind of container are you talking about, something wide, with a screwtop lid ? (not seen anything like that)

    leave the knife, and take the whisky
    Haha perhaps fire kit was bending the rules a bit. Ill go with fire steel then. And the container i had in mind was something like the bushpot by Dave Canterbury. Nice and big with a good lid. Great for cooking in and nice and big for water collection and storage also

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    now that is a nice pot right there shepherd, this one yeah ?

    not seen them before. way better than the zebra pots.

    the flip-out handle, as well as a pouring spout, is what the zebra's are missing. superior design.

    i might have to get one of those someday

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    thats the one mate... dont have one myself YET but will be ordering one very soon... its the postage from the US thats been putting me off.. i agree though a far superior pot to the billy can

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishyFolk View Post
    Cabin
    Stove
    Large pot
    Fire steel
    Hammock

    Would hammock suspension count as an extra item though? If so Your in for a hard night, even if you are warm in your cabin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shepherd View Post
    thats the one mate... dont have one myself YET but will be ordering one very soon... its the postage from the US thats been putting me off.. i agree though a far superior pot to the billy can
    heinnie do them

    http://www.heinnie.com/pathfinder-bush-pot-cooking-kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pootle View Post

    thats awesome! had no idea they did them... thanks for the heads up pal shall be ordering in next couple of days!

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    I'd never heard of them till reading this thread. looks a well thought out pot.

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