Hammock Camp in November, solo camp part 2

Hammock Camp in November, solo camp part 2

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  1. Just a question out if curiosity. Why did you pack so many ways if cooking? 2, 230g fuel canisters and a top of canister stove, the vargo, and using an open fire? Just really didn't make sense to me.

  2. Hi fireball,
    Nice setup, I'm more of the ultra-lite long distance hiker type. And just use the little solo gas stove mostly. I was thinking about your pot collecting that gummy sap from the fire and wanted to share a tip with you. I watched a youtube video of an older guy and his grandson camping out that had a great tip. Prior to his trip he coated the bottom of his pot and an inch or two up the sides with a lite coat of olive oil. Then boiled some water in his pot on the stove than put another lite coat on it and packed it for his trip. At camp after using the pot, the gummy black pine sapp wiped right off and then he put another light coat of olive on it and put it away. I tried it once car camping and it worked great.

    Capt. America

  3. Aaaand now I'm hungry! Great meal! I think you braised the chicken, great way to all but guarantee moist and tender meat. I'd add some hot sauce, but that's just me. It's in the negatives here today, so I really liked the " camping fix".Thanks!

  4. Love your fire Bud, It's one thing being outdoors doing what we love, but it's another thing having a great fire, thats's  what makes it all worth while, and the end of the day & darkness has set in, the fires lit, you have eaten , then it.s time to settle down with a wee dram, I tend to marinate my meat/Poultry produce at home before venturing into the wilds , just saves me a wee bit of time and somehow just tastes a bit better when cooked on an open fire, Nice Vids Bud,keep up the good work.Cheers

  5. I think so far this is your best framed/edited video. The part with building the fire was my fav :). You should take a look at the music from the anime "eureka 7" the soundtrack is a lot of the same type of music from the opening shot in this video. You might like it. I think it would work well for nature shots.

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