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    Jon Muir
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    And the fire by night.
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    How can I ever get lost when everyone is always telling me where to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloffy13 View Post
    And the fire by night.
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    Will be doing this Saturday night!!

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    Ray Mears
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    Nothing so far except answering emails! Later today I will be doing a wood chore; getting fire logs for both houses. Not sure about tomorrow, Sunday we will be cutting more wood.
    Keith.
    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
    I took the one less travelled by,
    And that has made all the difference".
    Robert Frost

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    Jon Muir
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    Had such a good night's sleep last night, I'm planning on doing it again tonight, but the weather has turned well for the worst so sitting around the Bush TV maybe not so much. Besides it's all repeats. Lol.
    Wish I could join you MDU but working all weekend. Time for another moot of the Western Australian chapter, methinks.
    How can I ever get lost when everyone is always telling me where to go?

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    Saw this
    We didn't raise our voice, we didn't make a fuss. It's funny there was no one left to notice when they came for us

    I lied about being the outdoor type....

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    Doing a business (lol) trip this weekend, getting photos of new products and gear testing. We definitely need to organise a WA moot @Bloffy


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    I've got a great way to test gear. Give it to me.....unless it is a knife, then give it to Thrud to test for sharpness, then give it to me....
    How can I ever get lost when everyone is always telling me where to go?

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    Hi All. I'm new to the forum. I am a bit of an equipment/ gear nerd. Lately I've been focusing on minimalist 72 hours gear options for rucksack camping. I'm currently looking into various lightweight shelter systems (mainly bivvy tents and tents). Cheers, Edward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    Hi All. I'm new to the forum. I am a bit of an equipment/ gear nerd. Lately I've been focusing on minimalist 72 hours gear options for rucksack camping. I'm currently looking into various lightweight shelter systems (mainly bivvy tents and tents). Cheers, Edward.
    I find the oil cloth is the easiest to set up & the most versatile Edward.
    Keith.
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    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
    I took the one less travelled by,
    And that has made all the difference".
    Robert Frost

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    In the warmer months use a so called army houchi which I bought from one of those rambo army disposal stores. Somewhat longish and could be a bit wider. If it rains it is essential to peg the sides down so as to stop rain from blowing in.

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    It can be abduled that is set up as a open sun shelter in really hot weather.

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