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    Two thumbs up! Looks like a fun night out in the woods, even if it is not that far out.

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    Stealth Camp 2 pt1

    Another overnight stealthy hang with my Tenth Wonder Green Hornet Hammock and 3 x 4 DPM Tarp. It has started to get a bit nippy now so I put a car picnic blanket underneath my sleeping bag and slept very cosily and warm. There is also a bit of Bushcraft and a view of my latest Brew kit in this vid. Stay tuned for part 2.

    http://youtu.be/V01CA1cbwjc
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    Part 2 now uploaded with a bit of cooking in the bush.

    http://youtu.be/t9Wdmq5Caqg

    Trying to cook something a little bit different.
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    Thumbs up Nicely done! Could almost smell the onions & rosemary!

    My stomach started growling watching you stir and cook that wonderful looking meal! Now I want to go make a cup of tea! Thanks for posting the videos, they are well done and very entertaining.
    Lazybee

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeCamper View Post
    Part 2 now uploaded with a bit of cooking in the bush.

    http://youtu.be/t9Wdmq5Caqg

    Trying to cook something a little bit different.
    Really enjoy the way you present your videos - keep up the good work!

    Nice bushcraft and nice DIY Kits too!

    ps: may want to check out "Mora Triflex" - just sayin
    - Loki,

    "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
    Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.
    The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy,
    while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn."
    John Muir

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    Thx Lazybee for the kind comments. I have been trying to cook a few different things for my subscribers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    Really enjoy the way you present your videos - keep up the good work!

    Nice bushcraft and nice DIY Kits too!

    ps: may want to check out "Mora Triflex" - just sayin
    Thanks Mate

    I have been struggling with my old Folding Buck Knife it has made a few people cringe watching me batoning with it. Its all I had at the time. Thanks for thinking of my safety and my knife. I checked out the Mora knives great value and excellent reviews.

    I am treating myself to a Handmade Bushcrafting knife and really looking forward to that.

    Thanks for your comments would love to visit your part of the world one day.

    ATB Tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeCamper View Post
    Thanks Mate

    I have been struggling with my old Folding Buck Knife it has made a few people cringe watching me batoning with it. Its all I had at the time. Thanks for thinking of my safety and my knife. I checked out the Mora knives great value and excellent reviews.

    I am treating myself to a Handmade Bushcrafting knife and really looking forward to that.

    Thanks for your comments would love to visit your part of the world one day.

    ATB Tony
    Finally after struggling with my folding buckknife I received my first proper custom bushcraft knife.

    It was kindly crafted to my specifications for me by Adam Savage.
    http://youtu.be/yNZSD7DMCpk

    I think it will serve me well in the bush and takes pride of place in my kit now.

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeCamper View Post
    Another overnight stealthy hang with my Tenth Wonder Green Hornet Hammock and 3 x 4 DPM Tarp. It has started to get a bit nippy now so I put a car picnic blanket underneath my sleeping bag and slept very cosily and warm. There is also a bit of Bushcraft and a view of my latest Brew kit in this vid. Stay tuned for part 2.

    http://youtu.be/V01CA1cbwjc
    Thanks for the vids. Very nicely done and I picked up something new in each one. The pot hanging method was a new one for me. I think I'm going to have to try that stove now also

    Here is something back. When using the firesteel to light your tinder pull with the firesteel instead of pushing with the scraper. Let's you get in close and you never knock over your tinder. Hope you find this useful. I learned a bunch from your videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R3l@x View Post
    Thanks for the vids. Very nicely done and I picked up something new in each one. The pot hanging method was a new one for me. I think I'm going to have to try that stove now also

    Here is something back. When using the firesteel to light your tinder pull with the firesteel instead of pushing with the scraper. Let's you get in close and you never knock over your tinder. Hope you find this useful. I learned a bunch from your videos.
    Thanks for the comments and the firesteel tip. First time I had used one. I now have a proper sized one to practice with.

    TC
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