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    Re: When you really miss camping

    The first two weeks we spent there I seriously considered putting up the Bundu Canopy in the parking lot and making a fire. Not so sure if that would have gone down well..

    But the the Cobb one can...
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    Re: When you really miss camping

    Will have to take the Cobb with soon it seems..
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    When you really miss camping

    The youngest Blonde built herself a tent yesterday in hospital as she misses being outdoors and camping so much. According to the staff there it is a first and they all had to go and see for...
  4. Re: Land Rover Defender vs Ford Everest - Let's open a can of worms

    I would skip both choices and buy a Pajero;D
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    Re: Queensburgh Camping

    Thanks Heinz, had a look at the website before I asked - just found it strange that it is not mentioned at all here. The tannie from the caravan shop in Pinetown told me when I asked for campsites...
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    Lekker Mike:)
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Add veggies in the foil with the chicken and you have a meal in one.
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    As Peter mentioned, we had the handover at Markus and Zelda's lovely home. Thank you for the hospitality once again and for hosting the visitors.

    Attached from left is Dudley, great to eventually...
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    And here is the pan, being handed to Peter and Erica:)

    Glad you are happy with the result Peter. Pics of the cooking I will post on It are time.
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Crumbed ones works like a bomb on a fire. We make burgers with them.
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    The toppie and the laaitie. Leeubok's Triton being all smarty and fancy pants next to my grey lorrie:)
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    Re: Caravan camping in Northern KZN.

    There is a reason why Vidal is so popular, it's as close to heaven to as one could wish for in an area in Zululand and SA for that matter, to spend time at.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    You will have to look on the interwebs Gif, I dabbled a bit with it but as with many things, I thought it too much effort for the gain.
    Marc Adamus is/ was one of the photographers who used the...
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    Re: Advice please for newbie 4x4er

    Way off topic yes - the Pajero is named after the Pampas cat - Leopardus pajeros. A cat native to the South Americas.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Good luck, macro focus stacking is not much fun! I assume you are shooting F8 or less slices? Reason I asked is that landscapes can also be focus stacked.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Stitching is off tripod yes Gif with single or multiple layers. I find it to be a good exercise in visualisation and composition, as the final result is an amalgamation of different frames which need...
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    Re: Back to where i started with 4x4's.

    If I had to go back to what I started with as a first 4x4, I would slit my wrists with a blunt fork. Repeatedly.

    Luckily started my Mitsu relationship after that and almost twenty years later...
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Regarding lenses; every photographer "sees" differently Gif.

    How you "see" develops over time and your sense of composition matures into a comfortable "field of view" that you can shoot with...
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Another stitch but with 100mm macro I think, or the 55mm kit lens.
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    Re: Landscapes and things

    Long lenses work better with mountains and huge tmurngone vistas and I have none of that. But I do use the 500mm to stitch when I get to see mountains.
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    Re: Advice please for newbie 4x4er

    I don't know much about the cars mentioned in the thread ( Xtrail, Koleos etc) but have friends who do these trips often. From what it sounds like, one will need something with good clearance and low...
  22. Re: Goodyear Wrangler Adventure no Kevlar?

    BFG or Dunlop AT3G if on a budget perhaps?
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    Re: Queensburgh Camping

    Peter, I think rather not. Heard from Markus and Zelda that it isn't somewhere one wants to camp, also people who told them it is not an ideal area. Thanks for the offer.
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    Re: Queensburgh Camping

    It would be great if you could have a look when you have a chance Peter, thanks.
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    Queensburgh Camping

    https://www.queensburgh.caravanparks.co.za/1.Welcome.htm

    Has anyone been or know more about the place?
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    Ettiene, your trick works so that is good.

    With cast iron I would probably give it a very light coating of oil if left for such long periods, I detest the smell of Spray and Cook so won't use it....
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    Re: Peter's Pan fix

    Mike, after washing make sure it is bone dry ( dry with a kitchen towel) and it should be fine. Just check on it now and again and if it starts to discolour you can apply a thin coating of oil - but...
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    Re: How Many KM's has your 3.2 DID done?

    Triton on 302K and Pajero on 285K. Both born in 2009.
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    Re: Caravan camping in Northern KZN.

    Hi Paul, have been thinking about your trip and am starting to think that you must rather use Mkhuze as your base..as Finn also suggests. The reserve is stunning, plenty game and the hides and roads...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    If you haven't yet, a salted flattie is a winner on a fire. Fresh bird, butterflied and just liberally salted, with no spices or anything else.

    Give it a try.
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Not too bad, I trim them with my murovabig axe when they start scraping.

    Rather concerning is that my axe has a yellow handle, which is a bit not "with the image" but it works- must just spray it...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    ;D:)
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    But back to OP.

    Paul, you have got some great ways of doing breasts already from other posters, remember you can stuff them also with feta or anything you like, or just wrap with bacon before...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Four pages about braaing chicken...wharrapened to making a fire, putting the chicken on a grid and cook till its done??

    REAL MEN don't braai chicken anyway or use Webers or charcoal or spices or...
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    Well done Mitsu for the sponsorship! And Allan, thank you for participating in this worthy cause.
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