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Message posted by Mucker188426/3/2014 at 6:58pm
Outfit: Karsten 350+Awnings &2x Kampa Classics Location: Derby.
Tent Reviews: 5
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Muckerette picked up the kettle, in the garish green, from the NEC. Not used it yet. We tend to shove all the mashing gear in our washing up bowl, for transporting to site, then in to a laundry mesh bag thing* to keep it all together. Leave the lot easily accesible, so once the tent is up, and we have the cooker set up, it's cuppa time, without ferking around. The theory is, this kettle will fit easier into the washing up bowl, alongside two mugs and tea bags etc, as our current kettle is a full size jobby.
I'm sure the fit will be great... just need to find out if silicon coffee tastes ok!!
*The laundry mesh bag(s) gets used for carrying our newly washed pots back to the tent... and then gets hung up on a pole for the pots to dry!
2020: Just 3 nights, thus far :-(
2019: A personal best 50 nights
2018: Just the 30 nights
2017: 34 nights/8 camps
2016: 32 nights/8 camps
2015: 38 nights/11 camps
2014: 34 nights/10 camps
2013: 36 nights
From July 2012: 23 nights