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08-27-2014, 09:45 PM #136
Octo Mother Superior
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İmage

I'd ride 5 miles for that cup lmao.gif
08-27-2014, 09:52 PM #137
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(08-27-2014, 09:45 PM)Octo Wrote:  İmage

I'd ride 5 miles for that cup lmao.gif

That was one major difference I saw when I lived in Europe for a few years. People actually riding bicycles, walking in places besides shopping districts/downtown.

Here people look at you like your poor, a child, a degenerate, etc if you walk somewhere or ride a bike, unless you are one of those speed racer guys who bike like they own the roads.

I'm not sure if it is a continental thing or not, but was like that everywhere I went except the most rural areas.

I turned myself to consider wisdom and madness and folly
The wise man’s eyes are in his head,
But the fool walks in darkness.
Yet I myself perceived
That the same event happens to them all.
08-27-2014, 09:52 PM #138
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(08-27-2014, 09:44 PM)blind prophet Wrote:  You doing any writing or creative things out there?

I'd imagine it is mostly work and rest at least for now.

I hope to get back to my book. But at the moment I have only just arrived and there is a whole lot of prep on site needs doing.

Stable shelter, (small cabin) Dry log area. Wood to be cut, and lots of it as it can get very cold in Scotland. Traps to make and set.

Defenses to plan and build.

Etc.

It's certainly not your average camping trip.

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08-27-2014, 09:54 PM #139
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(08-27-2014, 09:45 PM)Octo Wrote:  İmage

I'd ride 5 miles for that cup lmao.gif

Good luck with that. chuckle.gif

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08-28-2014, 04:32 PM #140
Octo Mother Superior
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(08-27-2014, 09:52 PM)blind prophet Wrote:  
(08-27-2014, 09:45 PM)Octo Wrote:  İmage

I'd ride 5 miles for that cup lmao.gif

That was one major difference I saw when I lived in Europe for a few years. People actually riding bicycles, walking in places besides shopping districts/downtown.

Here people look at you like your poor, a child, a degenerate, etc if you walk somewhere or ride a bike, unless you are one of those speed racer guys who bike like they own the roads.

I'm not sure if it is a continental thing or not, but was like that everywhere I went except the most rural areas.

Riding a bike is increasingly more popular as means of transportation, but it's way more so in Europe than in the US for sure. Bike riding takes you places and provides great exercise.

Nodoom, I'd hop on that bike generator to run the coffee machine, no question about it. chuckle.gif
08-28-2014, 04:38 PM #141
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(08-28-2014, 04:32 PM)Octo Wrote:  
(08-27-2014, 09:52 PM)blind prophet Wrote:  
(08-27-2014, 09:45 PM)Octo Wrote:  İmage

I'd ride 5 miles for that cup lmao.gif

That was one major difference I saw when I lived in Europe for a few years. People actually riding bicycles, walking in places besides shopping districts/downtown.

Here people look at you like your poor, a child, a degenerate, etc if you walk somewhere or ride a bike, unless you are one of those speed racer guys who bike like they own the roads.

I'm not sure if it is a continental thing or not, but was like that everywhere I went except the most rural areas.

Riding a bike is increasingly more popular as means of transportation, but it's way more so in Europe than in the US for sure. Bike riding takes you places and provides great exercise.

Nodoom, I'd hop on that bike generator to run the coffee machine, no question about it. chuckle.gif

You gotta get the bike to your 'bugout' first. And if you can do that, then maybe the 'bugout' is not secure! mormons.gif

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08-28-2014, 05:10 PM #142
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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What book are you reading now?
08-29-2014, 01:51 AM #143
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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What made you do this now Nodoom, with winter coming on?
08-29-2014, 03:51 PM #144
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(08-27-2014, 09:52 PM)blind prophet Wrote:  
(08-27-2014, 09:45 PM)Octo Wrote:  İmage

I'd ride 5 miles for that cup lmao.gif

That was one major difference I saw when I lived in Europe for a few years. People actually riding bicycles, walking in places besides shopping districts/downtown.

Here people look at you like your poor, a child, a degenerate, etc if you walk somewhere or ride a bike, unless you are one of those speed racer guys who bike like they own the roads.

I'm not sure if it is a continental thing or not, but was like that everywhere I went except the most rural areas.

the US is really weird like that. the first time i went to LA i stayed in West Hollywood and we walked out the hotel door and there were no people anywhere.. i was like wtf.. everyone is in cars.. its bad.. thats why i could only live in NYC if i lived there, cause i walk everywhere in my city or jump on a train or bus quickly.. i have never ever driven a car in my life and i am 40.. no need to..
08-29-2014, 03:55 PM #145
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(08-29-2014, 01:51 AM)Shadow Wrote:  What made you do this now Nodoom, with winter coming on?

Looking at world events currently was enough reason. But also as I said earlier, this is just a holiday camping in the Highlands of a Beautiful country, Scotland. It is also a perfect time for the full dress rehearsel of a 'bugout'. And if things go from bad to worse while I am here, well couldn't be more prepared really, could I?

cheers.gif

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08-31-2014, 10:43 AM #146
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Good morning everyone from A beautiful sunny morning in Scotland.

Well I have a couple of rabbits I caught in traps, for dinner today.

Spit roast or stew, that's the question?

I am making bread this morning. A trick I learned while in Morocco.

İmage

I will at some point build an oven like this.

İmage

İmage

http://www.backdoorsurvival.com/how-to-b...-mud-oven/

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08-31-2014, 06:21 PM #147
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cool.

(are you going to axe the bunnies? chuckle.gif)
08-31-2014, 06:25 PM #148
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Hi Nodoom, I am very interested to learn more of the Moroccan method of bake/roasting by covering in hot coals...is that all that is required?

One of my interests in wilderness survival, is learning to open fire cook, and from what I hear, it is a learned art/skill. I am also interested in learning to bake/roast food by heating buried stones in the ground, adding the food, then covering. I would prefer to learn to cook with what would be available to me in the great outdoors, without having to lug heavy pots and pans, because I could fashion a pot out of birch bark if I really had a mind to.



08-31-2014, 06:51 PM #149
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(08-31-2014, 06:25 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hi Nodoom, I am very interested to learn more of the Moroccan method of bake/roasting by covering in hot coals...is that all that is required?

One of my interests in wilderness survival, is learning to open fire cook, and from what I hear, it is a learned art/skill. I am also interested in learning to bake/roast food by heating buried stones in the ground, adding the food, then covering. I would prefer to learn to cook with what would be available to me in the great outdoors, without having to lug heavy pots and pans, because I could fashion a pot out of birch bark if I really had a mind to.




Hi US and nice to see your interest. So here is the way to make bread in the ground.

Make your dough and put to one side. Prepare the fire place by removing about 1 inch (2.5 cm) of the top soil to make a circle. You should try to plan for the circle to be at least double the size of the bread you want to make. Now build a small fire in one side of that circle. Gradually build up the fire with good size dry branches. Keep the fire fed for about half an hour. A good time tom brew some coffee or tea. Now with a stick move all of that fie to the opposite side of the circle. With the stick return the small glowing embers to the original side you started the fire. Cover these embers with a good covering of the ash from the fire. Keep the feeder fire on the other side going. As the fire is going try to collect the charcoal that it produces. This coal just sweep with a stick to one side. Now the dough you made earlier and hopefully is in a nice round shape approx 1 and half to 2 inches (5 cm) thick lay it flat on the place you started the fire , that now has a bed of embers and an ash covering. Cover this with a good covering of ash and on top of that put the hot coals (charcoal). Continue building the feeder fire. Wait about 20 minutes. Now remove all the stuff on top of the dough. Remove the dough that will now be hard and turn it upside down. Now return to the same place with the other side touching the ground. Cover with a good layer of ash and then some coal. Leave for another 10 - 15 minutes. Then take out the bread. Beat the bread lightly with a stick on both sides to remove ash and embers. Now enjoy. It is very good.

Bon Apettite.

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08-31-2014, 07:00 PM #150
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(08-31-2014, 06:25 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hi Nodoom, I am very interested to learn more of the Moroccan method of bake/roasting by covering in hot coals...is that all that is required?

One of my interests in wilderness survival, is learning to open fire cook, and from what I hear, it is a learned art/skill. I am also interested in learning to bake/roast food by heating buried stones in the ground, adding the food, then covering. I would prefer to learn to cook with what would be available to me in the great outdoors, without having to lug heavy pots and pans, because I could fashion a pot out of birch bark if I really had a mind to.




Is that the 'high tech' survival camp? All those weird kitchen implements! chuckle.gif

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