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Discussion in 'England North' started by Singeblister, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. maddave

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    ***Note*** Mustn't laugh...mustn't laugh..... MWAHaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaaahahhhahahahahahahahaaahahahahaha:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :D :p
     
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    I tried coke once but the jet stings yer nose !!

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    Git :slap:
     
  4. drewdunnrespect

    drewdunnrespect On a new journey

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    sounds like its going to be a laugh
     
  5. stooboy

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    I got some old linen i been threatening to turn into charcloth too, need to find suitable tin though. Ive got a crook knife ive never used a spoon attempt may be made, and ive also got an old leather handbag i picked up from the charity shop i fancy makeing something out off

    ill take my Digital Field Guide for my camera, sure MadDAve and Wayland will be tooled up with their cameras as per usual ? no 4am starts this time, sun should be up a bit later?

    Stoo.
     
  6. In Wood

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    I cut some lumps off a fallen oak this weekend, I will be bringing them along to do a bit of carving, a couple of spoons and a curska me thinks.

    Or if it dont stop raining a flippin paddle.:lmao:
     
  7. drewdunnrespect

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    i didnt realise wayland was coming i will be bringing my camara now .

    I am also bringing my mini sketch pad and drawing stuff also my knife and maybe i can do some karving but i dont know nver really done that. except at bushmmot.
     
  8. Singeblister

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    I always take my carving kit with me anyway so no doubt I will be making some shavings as somone point as well as forge work
     
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    Yeah i always say that "Ill bring my sketch pad"... but then I bring the rum and it goes out the window. Maybe Ill do some drawing this time....Probably not :(
     
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    Yeah .... we heard about your sort of drawings today:) ...... who ya gonna get to model for ya, deffo not me.:eek:
     
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    Just use a regular tin can, something you get peaches in or tomato soup or similar, and cover the top with tinfoil. Punch a small hole in the tinfoil, it works great. The hole does not need covered up when you take it off the heat.
     
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    firecast you had me in stitches mate. Also i think i will be bringing a good book along with me cos it sounds the sort of place to do some reading up on bushcraft as well as drawing and photography. Then agin maybe not because of all the expertize that is there.

    drew
     
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    Be nice to see some drawing going on , why dont you do a few rough line sketches of all the things going on for everyone to see , bit more interesting than photographs :)
     
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    not a bad idea that singeblister i just might even tho my drawings are usually crap
     
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    Im only good at technical drawings in third angle! ..... or isometric!
     
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    well i aint to good at any type its just i enjoy it
     
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    Still, we get to sharpen pencils the PROPER way....... with sharp, shiny knives:)
     
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    oooooooooooooo sharp shiny things my favourite
     

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