Just an update to the original post. I have just spent my first night on my old Airic since fracturing my neck and spine. It was , shall we say, OK but no way would I manage several nights in a row. Looks as if I must purchase one of the newer versions or resort to car camping with some sort of...
For many years with a bad back I used the thickest mat sold by Airac, nicknamed ''Fat Airac''. It was fine
Unfortunately , early in May, I fell through a roof and fractured my neck and spine.
I have tried the Fat Airac for a couple of long afternoons on the dining room floor and it is almost...
I have added a hip belt and attempted to molle the sides for pouches.
My hand driven Singer would not do it so I hand stitched and it was difficult.
Ended up stitching the pouches direct as they tended the ''sag '' on the molle.
Still love it a pack though
I am hoping to get a few hours this week ...thought I may go to Wayford and Barton with the drop shot rigs
Have made a spirit stove called ''Meaty Meal''or something, from a small cat food tin and a pilchard tin. Reservoir is roof insulation. Workswell.
Cheers mate. You may get two FB requests ...one for Jeremy Bear and one from Jeremy Norman. Both me. Bloody cracking perch in your pics.....have been trying drop shotting on and off but now the decorating is lessening (does it ever?) I can get out a bit more. I know Horsford...about 15 miles...