This review torch was very generously donated for a charity raffle at the LSECCA pub meet by Antony at www.flashaholics.co.uk ...by
Museum piece, or the perfect cookset for the end of days?
Well, I dont know about the post-apocalyptic bit, but I like this stove loads and although production of the SIGG cookset stopped about 1990, I think it's hard to beat.
The cookset is very reminiscent of the trangia set, is about the same size and weight and works in a similar way, with some crucial differences though. It was made in several flavours and different materials (though most ...by
Outfitting the Land Rover Defender 90 for Wild Camping.
Part1: The "Cook Partner" expedition double burner stove from Partner Steel.
My interests in camping have been moving away from the "hump it in a bag on your back" to "hump it in a large four wheel drive vehicle" for a while now. I suppose it's an age thing. I remember when I hit 30, the slight sense of relief that I was now allowed to be boring and not to go out on a Friday night. It's with a similar sense of relief with 45 looming, that I feel I am now allowed to drive my Land Rover to my chosen campsite and live with significant decadence out of the back of it. No more sore shoulders and mile after mile of staring at my feet. Truth be told, I havent trudged more than a mile or two for some time now, ...
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Thought I'd give this a go. Sorry if it's been tried before but I quite like the version on the other side of the pond. Everyone gets a bit creative with their camera's... Plus it's a nice opportunity to see what's out there....:) SamLast Post By: Dr Gonzo Today, 05:46 PMNightfly
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