3 February, 2009
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Different ways of cooking in the wild using a tripod, stones etc
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@pac6010: Oh, so he fashioned the pot out of a rock, eh?
July 27, 2011
@dLimboStick Nah hes not that cool like me : ) I agree with that move though, I mean especially if you are treking around and not camping. Who wants to carry all kinds of stakes and poles and such when the woods has it on site already ya know. Always gonna need your own pots and pans though, rocks can be a grill, not much else.
@pac6010: Seems kinda half-assed to me. You're either packing stuff in, or car camping. If I'm gonna pack stuff in, that stuff isn't gonna include a iron pot. It'll be light weight back-packing gear. If I'm gonna car camp and bring an iron pot, I'll bring a tripod with it.
July 28, 2011
@dLimboStick Ya I'm not dragging around any giant pots like that either to tell ya the truth, I have seen people do it though, not as big as the one hes got. I like just a small pan to cook and and a metal water bottle to boil water in, maybe a small fold up grill plate that sits over the fire. Those tripods are also good for drying cloths over the fire if you get wet if not for cooking.
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