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    Stealth Camp in Cornwall

    A great little overnight hang in stealth mode near a public footpath.

    I had to be quiet and not make too much smoke.

    Using my new DPM 3 x 4 tarp. Loving this Hammocking.

    http://youtu.be/oUDasD3OyLY

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    I had to laugh at myself: while watching your video, I found myself trying to be quiet, so I wouldn't give away your location

    Amazing smokeless fires! You have a talent.

    I have a Bahco Laplander also. It makes a lot more sense to me than trying to chop with a knife and it's much lighter than an axe or hatchet.

    Is that a Switchback hammock?
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    LOL the sawing was the funny bit. I had to keep an eye open on the footpath below me for walkers. A quick saw then stop then saw again. Lucky the wind was blowing uphill or they may have smelled my bacon cooking and stolen my sandwiches. LOLThe Laplander is a great piece of kit would not go without it now. The Hammock is Tenth Wonder Green Hornet Camo Jungle. Thanks for keeping quiet thought mate.

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    I've always been fond of a good stealth camp ... thanks for sharing this, lots of good memories! Not sure how you remained undetected ... I could almost smell that bacon on the internet! Ha!

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    I got scared someone would smell the bacon cooking!
    "When you get to the end of your rope,tie a knot and Hang On."- Franklin D. Roosevelt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Groovy View Post
    I got scared someone would smell the bacon cooking!
    I must make a note! not to cook anything that smells too good

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeCamper View Post
    A great little overnight hang in stealth mode near a public footpath.

    I had to be quiet and not make too much smoke.

    Using my new DPM 3 x 4 tarp. Loving this Hammocking.

    http://youtu.be/oUDasD3OyLY
    Enjoyed your video. Hope to see more in the future. Do you have a link to the wood stove you were using?
    O&B
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    That was great! I really love your wildstove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutandBack View Post
    Enjoyed your video. Hope to see more in the future. Do you have a link to the wood stove you were using?
    http://wildstoves.co.uk/wood-cooking...ood-gas-stove/

    There you go mate a link to the Wildstove

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    Liked the video, nice bit of stealth camping.

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