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Allan McDonald (EQUIPnTRIP)
Lived in Canberra, Australia
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New EQUIPnTRIP Online Community

If you're an outdoors enthusiast then you'll be interested to know that the EQUIPnTRIP Online Community will launch soon.

Membership will be FREE and Foundation Memberships will be available to the first 100 people who join. Foundation Membership will attract benefits as the online community grows.

Launch of the EQUIPnTRIP Online Community will be announced first via our Newsletter.

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What we do

EQUIPnTRIP shares outdoors knowledge about camping, hiking, bushcraft, road trips and equipment.

You can find out more about EQUIPnTRIP and how we use the Internet at the EQUIPnTRIP Google+ About Page.

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  • Bushcraft
  • Camping
  • Hiking / Backpacking
  • Outdoors
  • Overlanding
  • Roadtrips
  • RVing / caravanning , camper trailers
  • Survival
  • Wilderness
  • 4WDing / 4X4

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You're welcome to connect with us on Google+ and we'd like to hear from you via email if you have a suggestion or want to share some outdoors information with us.

You can also connect with us on any of the social tools we use by following our Other profiles below.
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It's not easy to get large marshmallows in Australia. We bought 2 packets of these big bad boys in Costco for our next camping trip.

#camping   #yum  
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The new Twitter profile format looks pretty groovy. What do you think?

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Canada & The United States: Bizarre Borders

Excellent video if you're interested in the history and geography related to the border between the US and Canada.

#USA   #Canada   #border   #history   #geography  
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Unhappy campers asked to pay to stay at more than 100 Victorian campgrounds | Herald Sun

+Herald Sun @theheraldsun  #camping #Victoria #Australia
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The romance of camping – yes, really | KathSwinbourne

@KathSwinbourne  #camping #romance
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9 easy steps to boost the warmth of your down jacket | CleverHiker

+Dave Collins @CleverHiker #backpacking #jacket
A lightweight down coat should be at the center of any good backpacking list. You’ll wear it just about every night on the trail. It’ll keep you toasty warm, even after spending hours jammed into the bottom of your pack. Your down jacket will be put through the ringer in the backcountry, but it’s a tough... read more..
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"10 tips for editing video" | TED Blog
A fascinating post & video samples showing how TED Talks are shot and edited. #videography  
The techniques editors use to shape film and video content reveal a lot about how people create meaning in the world. Some guidelines.
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How much would you have to dislike someone to do this to their tent?
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One way to make your own entertainment on a road trip - silly really

We're on a road trip around the north island of New Zealand and staying in cabins in caravan parks.

After washing my hands at the toilet I used the wall mounted hot air hand dryer to dry my hands. A bin was sitting on the ground below the hand dryer. As soon as I removed my hands from below the hand dryer the stream of hot air was strong enough to spin the lid on the bin.

It was mildly amusing when there's no TV in your cabin.
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Publican fights to save huge outback desert etching of the Marree Man
An outback publican says there may be just months left to preserve the Marree Man, an image bulldozed into the desert sands of South Australia 15 years ago.

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Background on the Maree Man: 
The Marree Man, or Stuart's Giant, is a modern geoglyph discovered by air on 26 June 1998. It appears to depict an indigenous Australian man hunting birds or wallabies with a throwing stick. It lies on a plateau at Finnis Springs 60 km west of the township of Marree in central South Australia. It is just outside the 127,000 square kilometres (49,000 sq mi) Woomera Prohibited Area. The figure is 4.2 km (2.6 mi) tall with a perimeter of 15 by 28 kilometres (9.3 × 17 mi). Although it is the second largest geoglyph in the world, its origin remains a mystery, with not a single witness to any part of the expansive operation. The name "Stuart's Giant" was given to it in a fax sent to the media anonymously by those believed to have created the figure, after John McDouall Stuart.

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Mid afternoon snack. Vegemite, pink salmon and cherry tomatoes on toast washed down with a cup of black tea.

Snack inspired by this post from +Sue Travers.  

Oh, and Happy 90th Birthday to Vegemite yesterday!

#vegemite90 #vegemite  
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I was searching for sardines in the cupboard but couldn't find any. Pink salmon was a good choice for sure.
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