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    Quote Originally Posted by Taplow View Post
    Spent 25 hours in Heathcote NP, at a site on the Woronora river. Just a one hour walk in, but completely deserted. Fished, cooked, bushcrafted and put the world to rights at the fireside.

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    Looks great/
    A bit of friction fire too I see ! Nice !

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    Last weekend did the RNP Coastal Track and had some crazy wind and rain (and sunshine too):

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    This weekend did a quick overnighter and cooked up a storm!

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    I visited rebel sport store today and saw these canteens ....
    They look very much like the BCB military style canteens, but apparently BCB stands for "Boot Camp Bottle" ... lol
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    I'm pretty sure it would be a perfect fit for anyone with a canteen cook set, just a note though, it has a wider mouth than a traditional army style canteen ....
    If you are interested, it would be best to bring your cook set along because some sets do vary a bit in size

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    Watered the garden with soluble fertilizer.
    Keith.
    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
    I took the one less travelled by,
    And that has made all the difference".
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    I saw a nice two pronged antler for sale as a dog chew at the pet store.
    ... It would make a very nice awl / pressure flaker :

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    Went for a 3hr walk in the bush to photograph some of the insect activity that has come
    with the wet and warm weather.
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    "Walk softly ...... listen long"

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    I fixed one of our lawn mowers & got the measurements for the installation of an electric water pump (solar 240V) to pump water from one lower 5000 gallon tank to the upper 5000 gallon tank.
    One of my sons & granddaughter saw some fallow deer in our forestsmiley_face_clip_art_thumbs_up_152.jpg
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    I almost ran over a deer yesterday.
    I assume venison will soon be on the menu Keith?

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    I was going down to the corner paddock with a couple of cameras, but spotted a Pacific Heron over Cattail Pond.
    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".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Askew View Post
    I almost ran over a deer yesterday.
    I assume venison will soon be on the menu Keith?
    No mate, not enough deer to warrant it. I like seeing the wildlife about the place.
    Keith.
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    And that has made all the difference".
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