Absolutely...am always interested in learning new skills...much appreciate you making the offer to show us noobs!I've got a charcoal kiln if anybody fancies making some. I'll bring it if there's any interest, think it'll go in the underfinch
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Definitely - truly interested in the amadou, have watched a lot about it and would be very interested in learning how to use a natural resource as a firestarting tool! Thanks for offering!I may also be able to lay my hands on some horses hoof fungus, if anyone fancies making Amadou, and there is a big hole in a field near here with a big deposit of clay if anyone would like to do a bit of pottery. (Im thinking of doing more 'non sharp' stuff, as Adze and I will have minions in tow)
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Hehe, I've just picked up a Snugpak Bergen, so I've got plenty of room for the kitchen sink! Lol...I guess glamping has it's place when you need comfort as a priorityThinking about you creating space in your rucksack WWC... I feel really guilty as I've just ordered a camp bed for my Lavuu... Less bushcraft, more Glamping I suspect for me!
We always end up with left over haggis so no one will go hungry.Here are the lists as usual....
Friday - Haggis Supper as per tradition.
Saturday - We are currently deciding what to have....will get back to you soon on this.
Craig : Thurs- Sun
KP +1: (?Thurs) Fri-Sun
Andy (+1 ?) :- Thurs - Sun
Pete: Thurs- Sun
Billy + 1: Fri- Sun
Mark: Thur-Sun (tbc)
Elen Sentier [Fri-Sun]
Fiona Dove [Fri-Sun] + 2 whippets (I think ...!!!)