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#51

Booney
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01 February 2019 02:34 pm

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#52

Tathradj
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From: Tathra, NSW
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01 February 2019 03:09 pm

A Detector and a Pizza,
How hard can it be. ? cool cool


A couple of HiBankers inc. accessories, , QED, 4500, SDC2300, Gt1600,
Aldi, A Prado 4x4, A'Van Cruiseliner and a heck of a lot of determination.
Most importantly, A lot of Good Honest Friends. Maybe one day Lucky.

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#53

Jaros
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01 February 2019 03:32 pm

Yep, one looks for nuggets and the other makes them-eventually. wink smile


F1A4M2, Exterra 705 Gold, Ace 250.

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#54

Booney
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01 February 2019 03:33 pm

Yer but , the pizza was cold and they forgot the anchovies. lol

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#55

Licking windows
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01 February 2019 03:54 pm

Did ya get the pizza delivered? lol lol lol

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#56

Jaros
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01 February 2019 04:35 pm

BYO mate.


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#57

Tathradj
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01 February 2019 05:51 pm

I was wondering that myself. LOL

Licking windows wrote:

Did ya get the pizza delivered? lol lol lol


A couple of HiBankers inc. accessories, , QED, 4500, SDC2300, Gt1600,
Aldi, A Prado 4x4, A'Van Cruiseliner and a heck of a lot of determination.
Most importantly, A lot of Good Honest Friends. Maybe one day Lucky.

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#58

Mr Magoo
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01 February 2019 05:54 pm

Cairnspom wrote:

I meant sleeping in a swag, UNDER the landy, hence using it as a roof!

I did wonder that after I posted. Used mine the same way. Just got to remember it's there when you lift your head up. awful
Probably more protection under it than in it on some days.

#59

Dog Ranger
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01 February 2019 06:04 pm

Saves being awakened in the night by a crox tugging on ya leg. Well unless they like pizza lol

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#60

ctxkid
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01 February 2019 08:18 pm

cairnspom wrote:

I meant sleeping in a swag, UNDER the landy, hence using it as a roof!

feck that playful i can imagine the pain now from hitting my skull on the floor pan ops

sitting up is a real no no skull playful


...................................................Such is life........................................................
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#61

ctxkid
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01 February 2019 08:23 pm

Booney wrote:

Yer but , the pizza was cold and they forgot the anchovies. lol

mate ya need one of these thumbsup

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http://www.12-24voltovens.com.au/

as for the anchovie , cant help playful


...................................................Such is life........................................................
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#62

Bjay
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01 February 2019 09:33 pm

Booney wrote:

Yer but , the pizza was cold and they forgot the anchovies. lol

Where’s the bambi snags. big_smile

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#63

Booney
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02 February 2019 12:06 am

Bjay wrote:
Booney wrote:

Yer but , the pizza was cold and they forgot the anchovies. lol

Where’s the bambi snags. big_smile

Left the Venison Kranskys home that time Bjay only bring them out when I’m Glamping cool lol

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#64

Shep
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02 February 2019 09:45 am

I swag it when working so like aircon etc when I am fossicking.

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#65

stoyve
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02 February 2019 10:25 am

Jaros wrote:

Yep, one looks for nuggets and the other makes them-eventually. wink smile

One of the funniest things I have read in the forum Jaros.
Absolutely brilliant lol


"Closed mouth gathers no feet"

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#66

condor22
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02 February 2019 12:43 pm

Mike's Bush Pizzeria and Pie Cart

*****MENU*****

Pizza trays at the ready - frozen mini pizza x 2 - add extra cheese - 1 hour for 6 amps = piping hot pizza. Great in winter.

Frozen Pies and or Pasties x 4 - also 1 hour add sauce from the Engel. Warms the Cockles smile

Sausage Rolls - up to 6 - 1 hour - + sauce - Dynamite

Alfoil container with left over soup, stews, Chinese etc - Great for Lunch or Dinner.

New to the Menu (Yet Untried) - Pre Toasted sandwiches - Re-heated. What can go wrong smile

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*****DRINKS*****

Cold
Beer, Softies, Poppers, Water or anything else that the Engel will carry

Hot
Courtesy of "Thermos"

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#67

ctxkid
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02 February 2019 02:27 pm

nice to see another Travel Buddy owner cool

your cooking times would indicate you still have the ciggy plug on the lead ???

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...................................................Such is life........................................................
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#68

Eldorado
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02 February 2019 04:03 pm

The Travel buddy ovens look like a great bit of kit,do you just use it while driving? I guess it would run a car battery flat pretty quick with the car not running.

#69

condor22
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02 February 2019 04:41 pm

ctxkid wrote:

nice to see another Travel Buddy owner cool

your cooking times would indicate you still have the ciggy plug on the lead ???

I do still have the cig plug on the lead. The oven is the small 6 amp not the marine which is 10amp. It is also from my Auxiliary battery and generally when parked up so not when on charge from the BCDC. I also did not want to change during the warranty period which is now over. I have a 100AH for it and the fridge. Generally used in winter time so plenty of juice. But I also have a "blanket" 110W solar I can deploy if needed.

The times are all for frozen food straight into the oven. Thawed food is obviously less cook time.

Are you inferring that changing to something like an Anderson will change these times?

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#70

ctxkid
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02 February 2019 07:55 pm

condor22 wrote:

Are you inferring that changing to something like an Anderson will change these times?

yes thumbsup


...................................................Such is life........................................................
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#71

ctxkid
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02 February 2019 08:03 pm

Eldorado wrote:

The Travel buddy ovens look like a great bit of kit,do you just use it while driving? I guess it would run a car battery flat pretty quick with the car not running.

yes you can cook while traveling cool

personal best so far has been maple marinated pork in just over 2hrs on the move, made for some yummy pork and slaw rolls perfect

and a well maintained battery will last an hour or two, three or four power secret is to replenish the battery with a good 25 amp charge (15 to 25 is cool) thumbsup


...................................................Such is life........................................................
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#72

goldierocks
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02 February 2019 08:07 pm

BigWave wrote:

I've been guilty of glamping as far back as 1980.
Inside an iceberg cave is nice and warm, even at -45C outside. You even get rocked to sleep with a nice swell outside. No need for a tent coffee
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Yes, we can see from your shorts and ti shirts that it is really toasty in there. My experience is that igloos can reach a sweltering zero degrees in the Canadian Arctic.


Robert Benchley...
I have kleptomania, but when it gets bad, I take something for it.

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#73

goldierocks
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02 February 2019 08:10 pm

Jaros wrote:

I prefer something a lot more solid over my head than a flynet. zzz

Why be comfortable and cool/warm when you can be miserable?
There is something between sleeping under a vehicle and glamping. My spare fuel tank stinks, and I don't like wriggly things that hiss and cuddle me for comfort.


Robert Benchley...
I have kleptomania, but when it gets bad, I take something for it.

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#74

Ded Driver
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From: West of the Border, WA
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11 February 2019 08:59 pm

After picking up someone else's rubbish again on the weekend, & discussions over a few beers afterwards, & then reading some comments & seeing some pics elsewhere on this forum relating to a tour operators clients rubbish piles (& un-filled holes mad ), I was thinking "How do we get people to care more about what they do & don't do".
Bush camps & access roads need to have more visually prominent signs. I was inspired to doctor this image up.
Our parks managers should do something like this I reckon. wink
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Last edited by Ded Driver (11 February 2019 09:02 pm)


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#75

RM Outback
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11 February 2019 09:30 pm

Ded Driver wrote:

After picking up someone else's rubbish again on the weekend, & discussions over a few beers afterwards, & then reading some comments & seeing some pics elsewhere on this forum relating to a tour operators clients rubbish piles (& un-filled holes mad ), I was thinking "How do we get people to care more about what they do & don't do".
Bush camps & access roads need to have more visually prominent signs. I was inspired to doctor this image up.
Our parks managers should do something like this I reckon. wink
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … h_sign.jpg

Good idea thumbsup I like it I'll send it to our local council and park's. Your spot on DD more signage can only be a good thing regardless of the yeah but nah but comments thumbsup

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