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Thread: Show us your camp cooking

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    Heres my setup in Scotland this year. Please ignore my feet


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    Who's the invisible man in the boots, though...?

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    looks like heaven !!!!, i would love that

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    Socks with sandals? You don't wear a knotted hankie on your head in summer by any chance?

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    It's not that difficult David

    Not only that Mike, but beige with navy

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    Rainy Kitchen...




    Heavenly Kitchen...









    Cold Kitchen...







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    'show us your camp cooking'-

    does this involve one hand on hip whileststiring your porridge so to speak..?

    No.. I didnt think so either..

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    dont try this! starting a fire with a gas cooker is not a good idea!

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    Chris WTF are you doing man!!!!!!

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    greetings mr bassnett!

    a friend and i could not get a fire going and i was reduced to lighting my cooker in the tinder to get it going, it was a gooood fire in the end.

    [fire was in a site of previous fires]

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    One of those little tea-lite candle things is useful in that situation.

    (or petrol)

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    Chris, the tealight candle idea is a sound one, works well, which is why there is one in all the pocket survival tin kits on the market basically; use a bit of Birch bark with it and feather some fire sticks in with the tinder too maybe, and it will catch well then.

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    Good thread fellas, and some nice pictures there too I think.

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    I was expecting an after shot of you looking like Daffy Duck with your hair and clothes all blown up Chris!

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    how dare you! i am a fantastic cook, well as long as it is tesco value noodles

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    This thread brought up some nice nostalgic pics. Mike in answer to your query, thems not socks just my blue blood showing through. Watch this space for the next thread.

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    Not very picturesque, admittedly...

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    NT Langdale campsite, porridge, spot the Robin trying to nick my oats

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