Tenting Gear all the pieces you want & Recommendation
Tenting Gear all the pieces you want & Recommendation
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40 thoughts on “Camping Gear everything you need & Advice”
I think you forgot about 2 cases of grog.
You haven't camped in the rain, that setup with the ground sheet will leave you soaked in water.
Nice and simple! Thx
How much was your bill at bcf?
I took a hike and came back
Surely you don't need a toilet? Just dig a hole, crap, then bury it.
BTW, I looked for links to the products you showed.
Unfortunately, I didn't see any. 🙁
I'm very interested in your favorite head torch.
Star gazer & preparedness, both need good 'head lights'.
Nice job, appreciate you're sharing how you do it down under.
Have a GREAT day, Neighbor!
How do you go camping with a large group? Great video though.
Hey mate. Thanks for the great video. I was wondering about the mossie bands. I'm really susceptible to mozzies. I think it's the spices in me blood. I've heard that some ppl need 2 bands. I've found these digital bands with USB recharging. They emit ultrasonic waves to keep mossies away 1.5 metres? Can you give me some recommendations bud? I'm in Melbourne so I should be able to get any brand you can.
Jaffle iron, never leave home with out it.
Brilliant! Only thing I will be weary of is taking any Leatherman tool with me. They break too easily when you need them to perform. I would trust a Victorinox Swistool model out in the bush, thats what I use every day. Never, ever let me down.
This is the best no fluff beginner camping set up, it covers all bases and if the person purchasing decides after one trip they don't like camping it didn't cost too much.
you didn't bring weed and pussy
one thing i think its really important is if you have a lifetime illness, take my gf as an example shes diabetic T1, so going without medication can be fatal, always bring nessensary medication, altho in my country (Denmark) wherever you are your probably will always have phone connection and civilisation is never that far away
I made the mistake of using a footprint wider than the base of my tent. It collected rain water and flooded out the ground of my tent … needless to say, I don’t do that anymore lol
++ for not having annoying BGM
7:25 That’s not a knife … all jokes aside, great video. You’re awesome for taking care of your sister like that!
Can't afford the bedding? Grab a single doona cover, use it to hold your lounge pillows… The ones you usually sit on.
Shane Van Gisbergen’s off track career has really taken off
Great! I Love keeping it simple. Only thing I'd add is a camp oven.
How much did that cost in total?
Great video mate
I bought the toaster and it was terrible, it fell apart and the wires got super bent 🙁
Get reflectix for your wind shield
Where can I get that cast iron square foldable handle, insect repellent wristband, headlights, kettle, bucket?
The tarp on the ground can bite you in the ass if it rains! Use a shade cloth instead.
Thanks for sharing
.all junk wont last and you spent a fortune buying that crap military surpluse only way to go not everyone lawyer rich
Is it dangerous to go camping in the Australian wilderness because of snakes and other animals?
So much positive energy from this guy… NOT
Just another piece of advice , should not use any kind of nonstick on a fire it should only be used on the gas stoves the heat is too extreme on an open flame fire and the nonstick coating breaks down and goes into your food it is also quite toxic wouldn’t recommend nonstick for any kind of camping stainless steel cast-iron will work on every type of cooking surface while camping.
Great job Ronny, I think you covered everything to get someone started in camping – Shelter, Sleeping, Cooking, Eating, Water, Washing, only things left would be food and drink and all that can be taken with you from home!! I trust your sister and her friend were happy as and hopefully enjoyed their camping experience, I know I would be if my brother had done that for me. The only thing I would suggest is that a First Timer should try out their gear by having a "camp out" in their back yard before they go away, that way they can fine tune before they "get out there" Cheers and again, great work.
Camped in -12 deg Celsius, you need a good sleeping bag then ! But I always used the same mats as you do
Get a tent with an awning
A couple of things I didn't hear you mention: matches/lighter (depending on your stove ignition system) and a bag for hauling out your trash. Great video, thanks.
That's not a knife…