6 comments on “Prior planning prevents piss poor performance!, or does it?

  1. That teepee looks great Graeme, I’ll be intrigued how you get on with it. One thing that I reluctantly took on my trip but it ended up being an indispensable piece of kit was a collapsible bucket! One thing I regretted taking was the Primus Omnifuel stove, great piece of kit, but I ended up using gas canisters with it and just dragged the fuel bottle and pump along for the ride!

  2. Hi Stuart
    I’ve used the Teepee for a year now, without the alterations I described in the blog. It changes shape in the wind spilling it around. I alluded to ‘Pole dancing’ in an earlier blog, but its a leap of faith as much as anything. I should have the new one soon, i’ll post about it when I used it a bit.
    The cooker thing is a pain. Gas is the easiest, and the lightest, but the cost is massive. I might just take it anyway along with the meths stove which is simple and edffective, we’ll see.
    Cheers
    Graeme

    • Hi There
      Thanks for your kind comments. I’ve had a ‘blogger’ based blog for a year and set this one up to get practise at writing before and during this years Ride2Recovery. ‘WordPress’ is easy to set up and use, which is good, because I’m not very technically minded. It is also very powerful. I hope to expand this into a full website at some point. For now, I’m concentrating on the ride.
      Glad you enjoyed the post and apologies for taking a while to get back to you. have a great 2011
      Graeme

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