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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogfeatures View Post
    Thanks for the pics
    Mavora's a magic place, other than running into a bus coming the opposite way on that gravel rd !
    Got back to the cars and sorting gear and there were two stock trucks and trailers heading for the lake.... Glad I missed them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Awesome looking part of the country,thanks for sharing.
    Yeah, sure is. There is this white stuff that's cold and changes your plans, don't think you north islanders have heard of it....
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    I've found you can make the fires in a lot of those wee tin box huts draw much better (taking the smoke up the chimney) by hanging a packtowel or something across the top half of the open fireplace.

    Don't think I've been to that particular one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GravelBen View Post
    I've found you can make the fires in a lot of those wee tin box huts draw much better (taking the smoke up the chimney) by hanging a packtowel or something across the top half of the open fireplace.

    Don't think I've been to that particular one though.
    Tried that... Body heat from two people and two dogs generates a bit of warmth on a small hut, especially when cooking

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    Nice one 223nut. Looks like it was a good walk about.

 

 

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