We have quite a few Hammocks and we even sleep outside weather permitting. This hammock is 11 foot long and 7 1/2 foot wide, so that you can lay across it.
You can read here about the hammock angle. Hubby made our hammocks from Taffeta material (banquet table-cloths.) Sourced from Tablecloths.com.
Our camper kitchen box.
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A Coffee percolator, Cast-Iron Lid Lifter by Lodge Logic® and #1/2 cast iron “potjie” (pronunciation “poy-key”), on a portable Coleman propane stove. We cut a whole in the center of a coffee paper filter and put it into the percolator for easier clean up.
Dinner consisting of “pap” (Maize Porridge) cooked in a cast #1/2 Iron “potjie” (pronunciation “poy-key”), Afrikaans for a three-legged iron pot used for cooking over a wood fire, “smoor-sous” (A South African tomato and onion sauce), fried eggs and lamb-chops. The egg rings, keep the eggs round and prevent them from running into the sauce.
We use an Aluminium pressure cooker, 5 quart (pretty and explosion proof!?).
Steaming potatoes in the pressure cooker on the Coleman Propane stove.
Our fire-pit, which we use when we boondock, is made from a pipe culvert collar. There is a number 1/2 “Potjie” next to it.
Some of our Tarps, please click here for more.
We sometimes use a camouflage net for privacy in campgrounds.
scones in a cast iron Muffin pan.
Coals on top of the Lodge dutch oven, the lid has a raised lip.
Another There is a dutch oven inside with coals on the lid, on the right you can see the charcoal chimney starter. You can see more photos by clicking here.
Stainless steal grill, which we sprayed with cooking spray before grilling over an open fire.
We use a Garmin GPS
The lantern is filled with Citronella oil for the bugs and light.
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