If you go down the jetboil route it is a fantastic stove, it boils really fast packinto it's self without rattling fits perfectly into a green exped drybag. however the pot stand and stabaliser is a must or else its a wobbly top heavy contraption that you will stuggle to cook much else than boil...
Someone too some photos of us being taught bowdrill It would be good to see those pictures, although I probably look like I'm scheming as usual. I took a grand total of 1 picture and that was to setup my camera (which I then forgot to use) :twak:
They are really really impressive. I got very close to buying the one on the left about 3 times over the moot, and came even closer at the very end when John Fenna tried to get me to buy one, but I was a bit worried about messing it up with my aweful sewing. ordered myself a bernie garland...
^was it you who was going to delamere after ?
I was the one in the green army shirt with no waterproof or coat looking totally unprepared as I'm off on an expedition tomorrow and all my kit was packed. and the first to leave (unfortunatly)
wasn't me who said anything about BCUK. I was not...
I went down this morning but couldn't stasy the whole day . Got some shelter making and pot hanger making in and then unfortunatly had to go. Thanks to Chris for posting this or i would never have known about it and also thanks to Dave for running it and the FoAM people :p
a thouroughly good...
I found this after I went and picked up my first bits of kit. and wished i'd found it sooner.
hope its of interest
^ I'd also be interested.
and too upload photos I would use something like photobucket. Upload your photos there then copy the IMG tagged photo adresses. sorry that sound more complicated than it actually is. I don't understand how to use pictures hosted here