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Billy can, fire and bannock (with cheese slices in) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Billy can, fire and bannock (with cheese slices in) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Serious slope camp | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Serious slope camp | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Dappled Oakwood, Hammock and Tarp

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Before I fitted the oven door and roof. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Before I fitted the oven door and roof. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

My bed. This is described in today’s other post and shows the foot end of the bed.

My bed. This is described in today’s other post and shows the foot end of the bed.

Split wood for the stove - I split this with baton and knife.

Split wood for the stove - I split this with baton and knife.

View from my hammock, under the tarp, looking towards my new shelter site (in the centre of the photo).

View from my hammock, under the tarp, looking towards my new shelter site (in the centre of the photo).

Tarp from above - suspended by spreading oak. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Tarp from above - suspended by spreading oak. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Glowing camp fire with billy can. One of the wondrous things about oak is how slow burning it is.  Because of its density it can smoulder for hours and hours - and was always still burning when I returned from walks. I would push the logs together, then cover them in ashes.  This way there would always be a glow to fan back into flames.  At night the temperature was dropping enough that I had started to keep adding fuel during the dark hours, keeping a few logs within arms reach, and my…

Glowing camp fire with billy can. One of the wondrous things about oak is how slow burning it is. Because of its density it can smoulder for hours and hours - and was always still burning when I returned from walks. I would push the logs together, then cover them in ashes. This way there would always be a glow to fan back into flames. At night the temperature was dropping enough that I had started to keep adding fuel during the dark hours, keeping a few logs within arms reach, and my…

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