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cipherdias

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A pair of wildlife cameras. Been after one for a while now and finally got around to ordering

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Woody girl

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Treated myself to a new kelly kettle. My old one though still serviceable is so battered. It was second hand when I got it, and its had a good 12 years use from me, so time for something a bit less battered and nice and shiny.... for a while anyway, untill it gets used.! :)
 
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nigelp

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Treated myself to a new kelly kettle. My old one though still serviceable is so battered. It was second hand when I got it, and its had a good 12 years use from me, so time for something a bit less battered and nice and shiny.... for a while anyway, untill it gets used.! :)
I keep forgetting to use mine. Such a great and simple way to heat/beat water.
 
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Woody girl

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I keep forgetting to use mine. Such a great and simple way to beat water.

I do hope you mean heat water, rather than beat water!... I usualy use a paddle to beat water rather than a kelly. :)

I love my little kelly. . Although I often use a pocket rocket if im just out for an hour or two, you realy can't beat a kelly kettle for that authentic bushcraf feel.
I've invested in the stand, cooking pan and pan rest for the top and also a little grill that fits onto the fire pan, which i can use to grill things, so its a realy versatile system for a weekender.
Best thing is the fuel is free!
 
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Erbswurst

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I really would appreciate a review in the end of the year. I absolutely can't imagine that it's really practical, but obviously the stuff sells good. And I wonder if that all are just beginners.
 

Erbswurst

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I mean washing up an pouring and so on.
I saw it in the shop and thought it is nonsense. But I admit, mainly because it can't be used over wood fire.

Even on my several month long professional journeys in France I run out of gas from time to time and need to cook on touristic camping grounds in the barbecue area.
 

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