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When I was an 'active' stove collector I really wanted a paraffin/kerosene fridge, popular in parts of the USA and Australia I never did find one...
No, I did not, it was meant as a bit of banter, something sadly missed by our American members and some of the UK members who have suffered...
Not really Mary, but I'll be the whipping boy as per usual.
Would be a lot easier to buy a family car and a family sized tent IMHO.
Its time to lock this thread down, just the usual few members each acting like a dog with a bone.
Pour a cup of tea or coffee from your flask then set up your tent, easy as that
You need to broaden your culinary experiences chap
I got a Lidl folding saw a few years ago, its no Laplander but for three quid you can't go wrong. For base camping your better off with a bow saw...
Who's to say they would have discovered metal? Australian aboriginal technology has not moved on in thousands of years.
A big hurdle to overcome is the fact that youngsters have no interest in learning Welsh, certainly in the industrial south... the language was...
In the UK you have the Welsh language being promoted, dedicated TV channel (http://www.s4c.cymru/cy/), the language being mandatory in early...
The hiss of a Primus stove.
"TAB are OEM suppliers to Massey Ferguson, Ingersoll Rand and the Kion Industrial Group"...
I always liked this one "better to leave a thread on track than let cojones take charge" enjoy the pancakes.
You can buy LED hurricane lanterns ready to use, there was really no need to murder a perfectly good paraffin lantern...shame on you :(
Listen to the fizzioterrorists Janne, they helped me through my knee problems after 'going under the knife' to fix them (the knees that is).
Fifty years ago the only electronics I took was a torch (flashlight) and within a couple of years a transistor radio.