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Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by Nova & Pinky, Mar 15, 2011.
Legging it quick more like. Good score.
A new replica Veshmeshok.
why did you get a replica when the originals are so cheap? - asking 'cause I want one
I wanted one without the pockets and straps, so I can fold it up and put it in my pocket when empty. (Which it does) Cost £23 + P & P.
I got merino wool long johns out of Marks & Spencer today for £4.99
end of season sale, while stocks last. Will do for next winter.
A new anorak.
That’s very nice, I must look this company up and see what they make.
Just delivered today, a Hohner Special 20 harmonica in the key of C
I received my Amok Draumr XL hammock today, along with pad and tarp, (bought last summer at considerable discount). Raining here unfortunately so I have to wait to try it out. But initial impressions are it's a very well thought out and equally well made piece of kit. I'm a very happy camper.
Yesterday, after work, I stopped off at the post office to pick up an order from Amazon.
A roll of self adhesive copper tape, to put around plant pots and seed trays, to keep the slugs out.
A pair of wolf's jaw tongs to replace those that Amazon sent out last week, so badly packaged that they punched a hole in the cardboard box and escaped.
This time, when I was handed the package it felt like it contained something (unlike last time). Once again, the box had been consolidated at the sorting office with the special tape.
Anyway, I didn't want to carry that big box home, I was going to stop for essential supplies on the way, so I cut open the box and looked inside.
What a surprise... not.
Just a loosely scrunched wad of brown paper on top of the copper tape and the pair of tongs. Nothing wrapped around the pointy jaws or reins.
And the jaws had punched a hole in the box again.
Ordered one of these helsport fjonnfell pro's below and a and a new thermarest pro lite,
and I received one of these karrimor bags on Monday , my Leafcutter bag is good for nearly everything but one of these can take more if needed.
The complete book of self sufficiently by John Seymour hardback for £2!
Bought an OEX Rapide 24 from GoOutdoors, wanted a daysack that could double as Hand Luggage on aircraft.
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Ordered a trangia triangle today. May have to make a modification to carry my stanley pot which I think will be too slim. Any suggestions on how to modify? If all else fails I have a trangia kettle I can use.
Not quite today but a short time ago.
A little spirit stove, stand and fuel bottle that nest inside the tinned kettle.
Love that stove Wayland. Very cool.
Make a triangle that fits over the three upstanding pot supports from metal rod and it allows you to use smaller sized pots. I use an Alpkit Ti mug on mine. I made it from an arc welding rod after I cracked the flux off!
In another thread, but an Eagle Industries 1.5l kettle a couple of days ago. I gave mine to Zorros grandson Chris, who’s an excellent lad interested in gathering himself some decent kit. It really wasn’t getting any use, I was preferring the Primus Litech for walk in camping. Now the hips have been giving me the aches, I’m car camping more, and less worried about weight.
I must get a tripod or pot hanger if anyone has any recommendations?
A second hand copy of Joe o' leary's wilderness survival guide. Only 50p!
A Pathfinder 1.8 litre Bushpot from Heinnie Haynes. Excellent design and quality.
Thanks for the tip. I thought a piece of wire coat hanger might suffice, problem is who uses wire coat hangers anymore.