Trangia

26 May 19
Live! Sustainably! Now!

5/25 Today was (i hope) an average day – I made 80 miles into the prevailing westerly wind, which was blowing at a typical 10-15 miles per hour. 80 miles a day is the average I am counting on to stick to my schedule. I woke up at dawn, and started packing up before the […]

26 May 19
Run. Ride. Roam.

May 26 – Straubing to Regensburg Who needs a wake up alarm when you have the thin nylon walls of a tent and a cacophony of birds. I was awake at 4:45 with the dawn chorus in full stereo outside. Well, I’m awake now, might as well leave those members of the team who can […]

25 May 19
Freedom Trails 2019

Our last day cycling in Italy. It didn’t let us down….. we had a ridiculously heavy rainstorm over night which managed to soak the underneath of the tent and wet all our bed gear. Oh Italy, how we will miss your weather. Now we understand why so many campsites only open from May to September. […]

24 May 19

The Queens’ Toast “ Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble” – quote from the Weird Sisters, Macbeth. In time with the rising sun, we three disheveled creatures awoke from our natural slumber to the smell of Birnh’m Wood. Leerily emerging from our secluded, nylon cave, we were presently confronted with a […]

23 May 19
Industry Research Trends

Research report comes up with the size of the global Portable Camp Stoves Market for the base year 2019 and the forecast between 2019 and 2023. Market value has been estimated considering the application and regional segments, market share, and size, while the forecast for each product type and application segment has been provided for […]

23 May 19
Professional Industry Market Research

In the recently published report, QY Research has provided a unique insight into the global Portable Camp Stoves market for the forecasted period of 7-years (2018-2025). The report has covered the significant aspects that are contributing the growth of the global Portable Camp Stoves market. The primary objective of this report is to highlight the […]

22 May 19
Minimal5

Planning a little getaway for the weekend even including the kids and the spouse, but feeling repelled by the cost outlook, the carbon footprint associated, and the inflation of material expectations of your kids. ~This post contains affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, if you click through an affiliate link and make […]

22 May 19
PiCharPaK WorkSHop.

This Sosogu_ pouring tip was design and made by Takashi San in Japan. We are selling the 15-18mm Extreme Fine version, which will fit on all Trangia kettles, EAGLE Products Campfire 0.7L Kettle, GSI glacier Stainless steel kettle and Coleman Pack Away kettle.

Now you can enjoy the hand drip coffee in outdoor!

Country of Original: Made in Japan

Spec:
Materials:
200C Heat resistance Silicon and Stainless steel pipe
Size:
Stopper top18 cm dia  bottom 15cm dia, tall 2cm, pipe length 4.5cm
Weight: 8.5g +/-

 

22 May 19
Smoking FACEPelt Outdoors

The ultimate in fuel flexibility! If you have followed my blog, Facebook or YouTube channel for any length of time, you KNOW I love the FireBox stoves. In fact, they are my go-to for camping, hiking, backpacking, and even just for fun in the backyard. This week’s blog post is about one of the biggest […]

21 May 19
Run. Ride. Roam.

May 21 – Linz to Aschach an der Danau Flamin’ Nora, it’s still raining! We looked out the window this morning to see grey and distinct and visible rain plonks leaving their ripples in puddles below us. Rain. Again. Another day of being wet.  We faffed about quite a bit this morning, leaving later than […]

21 May 19
Professional Industry Market Research

In the recently published report, QY Research has provided a unique insight into the global Portable Camp Stoves market for the forecasted period of 7-years (2018-2025). The report has covered the significant aspects that are contributing the growth of the global Portable Camp Stoves market. The primary objective of this report is to highlight the […]

18 May 19
Run. Ride. Roam.

May 18 – Krems to Melk “Hallo” is the one German word I feel confident saying, since it’s a direct translation of “Hello” and virtually identical so it rolls off the tongue with ease. So confident am I in the use of this one word, that I was reciting it with abandon today. We packed […]

17 May 19
Road to Recovery

There have been casualties along the way. Not us – we are holding together, albeit with a few aches and pains. But our gear has taken a pounding. First to go was Nina’s fleece. Carelessly left on the back of a chair, and easily replaced with a trip to our new favourite shop…. Decathlon. Then […]

17 May 19
Run. Ride. Roam.

May 17 – Tulln to Krems Blue sky! There’s actually blue sky! What a start to the day. I headed out for an early morning run and the sky was clear and there was blue over there between the clouds and it was looking like being a ripper day. I took a 10K trot along […]

17 May 19
fadanista

We reluctantly left our lovely Smithy’s cottage in the Cairngorms and set out for Inverness, driving through some of the most scenic spots in the Highlands, and Loch Ness monster spotting on the way! To get to our Great Glen starting point, we drove through Dunkeld, which I later discovered has a wonderful park called […]