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RKB
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RKB
   Old Thread  #34 11 Jan 2024 at 8.48am  2  Login    Register
vinniecole
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vinniecole
   Old Thread  #33 10 Jan 2024 at 10.06pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #32
Got garaths book, r thick and looks decent. Got a whole list of books Iv bought but not read yet so that will join them
55s
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55s
   Old Thread  #32 10 Jan 2024 at 7.15pm    Login    Register
So a quick review

Gareth book - huge and looks good
Fortis overfit glasses - used on Sunday amazing
Sealskin hat - for someone that hates hats this is warm waterproof and comfortable
Sealskin gloves - not worn yet
Trax barrow cover - fits quite well but not used
Heated Gilet - it’s down anyway so warm but not used in the elements yet.

Apart from the book purchased in various sales and under £150.00 good work…
wandle1
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wandle1
   Old Thread  #31 7 Dec 2023 at 1.55pm    Login    Register
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I like this,reckon coupled with the newish Trakker ,marbled ,super duper non stick fry pan,pots and the xl ,toasty ,griddle would be all you would need,unless going super minimal


Hearing from someone Trangia ,is looking into marble non stick pans etc..if so brilliant !
RKB
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RKB
   Old Thread  #30 7 Dec 2023 at 1.27pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #29
Proof if ever it were needed that your missus doesn't look at this forum.
Belch
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Belch
   Old Thread  #29 7 Dec 2023 at 11.31am    Login    Register
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Lol - no shes not that subtle - its usually 'what do you want / email me' . . . best pressie would be a stress free divorce and a house slave that is the identical twin of Ana de Armas (real version of the digital variant in Bladerunner 2049). . .at which point Carp fishing would probably become a distant memory . . . . .
Fivenil
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Fivenil
   Old Thread  #28 6 Dec 2023 at 5.38pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #16
My safari chef died but have recently got a safari chef 30 compact.
mark1009
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   Old Thread  #27 6 Dec 2023 at 5.13pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #24
I have the 25 hard anodised pans. Excellent, easy to clean.
Beyonce
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   Old Thread  #26 6 Dec 2023 at 2.17pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #24
A great gift
ip100
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ip100
   Old Thread  #25 6 Dec 2023 at 2.11pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #22
Don't forget your trowel...
oldgeezer
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oldgeezer
aka Mr Linky Poo
   Old Thread  #24 6 Dec 2023 at 2.00pm  1  Login    Register
Trangia - 27-6 Stove UL Non Stick Pans
or
Trangia - 27-7 Stove UL Hard Anodised Pans
carpstar40
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carpstar40
   Old Thread  #23 6 Dec 2023 at 11.55am  1  Login    Register
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Possibly I left it in mine and the wife's ebay watch list, have to see if Santa baby leaves it under the tree this year, It's what we do around a month or so before Christmas and Birthdays as it also gives each other ideas to tell the family when they ask if theres anything for either of us around 20 to 40 quid which is generally what we all spend on each other, basically items we wouldn't necessarily buy ourselves but wouldn't mind if gifted.
dickweed
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dickweed
   Old Thread  #22 6 Dec 2023 at 9.23am    Login    Register
A days tutoring will Jim Shelley.
darkoL
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darkoL
   Old Thread  #21 6 Dec 2023 at 8.00am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
Cash is always useful.
The_Saint
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The_Saint
   Old Thread  #20 6 Dec 2023 at 7.59am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #19
have you actually got one of these? They look pretty decent tbh
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