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  1. genocache

    Coleman stove issue----fixed!

    I have an old Coleman 2 burner stove and a Stanley cookset. The cookset doesn't sit good on the wide grill slots. I fixed it by using bicycle spokes to cross hatch the gap. It's all on my blog; https://poppageno.blogspot.com/2021/...grill-fix.html
  2. genocache

    What to take when off the road?

    I just watched this fellow from Japan(?) 's video. Amazed at what he carries. He seemed to have all the niceties, although compact. Bigger isn't always better. What the heck did he sleep with over his eyes? I kept waiting for him to pull out a sandwich bag for a toilet.
  3. genocache

    Now my recovery boards fold down into a table!

    OK the change of my sand ladder mount went to my head......I worked out a change for my recovery boards and built a new set up. The hard work is in my blog; Land Rover recovery boards mount/table
  4. genocache

    I redid the mount for my Marston mat, now it folds down

    I redid the mount for my Marston mats. I can now fold it down for use as a table. My blog gives all the gory details; Land Rover sand mat mount and table
  5. genocache

    Gold company seeks land grab, Goodbye Cerro Gordo?

    Hi, Canadian company K2gold has seeking permission to do some test drilling and open, open pit mines in the area just South of Cerro Gordo. You can read about it here; https://finance.yahoo.com/news/k2-en...110000946.html IMHO while providing some jobs it would devastate the area. I know, I...
  6. genocache

    Resolved password compromised

    I got an alert from Goooooooooooooooogle that my password on this site had been compromised by a third party and it needed to be changed. Which I checked into for validity and subsequently changed my password.
  7. genocache

    S/how do you carry paper maps and books?

    I'll be the first to admit my 109 is not weathertite, not like a new car at all. If I want to hit the trail for multiple State, long time travel I have to take into consideration potential damage to maps and books. Even if it was weathertite there is still a storage issue and daily wear-n-tear...
  8. genocache

    Lantern hanger DIY

    I wanted a hanger for my oil lamp and made one for my rear door. How I did it is in my blog; Land Rover lantern hanger
  9. genocache

    Outback twig cooker

    A couple years ago(pre-pandemic) I was on youtube learning about DNA and human migration and followed the links to Australia and came upon this old, 80's-90's, tv show hosted by a Jack Abasolm. Jack traveled the Outback and gave tips on places he grew up or worked at and did paintings. In one...
  10. genocache

    Never been done before! Legs on a Pelican 1650 case.

    I a put some legs on a Pelican 1650 case. I am tired of camping and not having a larger table and having to bend over all the time to get things out of my 1650 cases. Read about it in my blog; NEVER BEEN DONE BEFORE! Folding legs for Pelican 1650 case Don't applaude, just throw money! ;^)
  11. genocache

    Radio stations all over the World

    I got this from my cousin; The green dots on this Google Earth map represent radio stations all over the world. Click on any one of the dots and you will immediately hear that station with very good reception. (For example, halfway up Ireland's east coast, there is a station playing Irish pub...
  12. genocache

    Hatchet or machete?

    I am looking to get a new hatchet to replace my Fiskars, fiber handled one. I've been online looking for American made and came upon the Woodmans pal machete; Emergency Survival & Outdoor Brush Clearing Tool - Woodman's Pak Anyone have one and yer thoughts? Or a traditional hatchet for those...
  13. genocache

    SOLD Land Rover 109, fully kitted out.........

    For sale in the UK, not mine; Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Land Rover Gastrowagon to be auctioned
  14. genocache

    Full Kitchen for your Land Rover

    Saw this for sale and present it here for ideas! https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars/article-8981993/Hugh-Fearnley-Whittingstalls-Land-Rover-fully-working-kitchen-auctioned.html
  15. genocache

    Oregon Members, what is this?

    I was browsing around gooooooooooooooooooooooooooogleEarth and found this rectangular thing way in the f out there; 42°13'45"N 119°02'32"W Don't know if this link will take you there. Google Earth Pretty remote and seldom used.