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DIY Camping gas bottle filler - Part 1 #outdoors #camping #backpacking
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How this young lad only has 164 subs is beyond me.   Not too many videos but they're all great quality with awesome information in them.  Go and check him out, give him a thumbs up on his vids and sub him then share with your friends! #bushcraft   #Outdoors  
  #Camping   #Fire   #Cooking   #blackhat  
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I will second all that Robert McKenzie says. Check out this YouTube channel it is well worth  the time spent there.
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Why should organizations care about the General Data Protection Regulation (#GDPR) and #data sovereignty? Find out from our Global Privacy Officer as she shares tips for how #businesses can deal with the implications on Cloud Computing Intelligence.
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Brilliant .. loads new videos coming too haha these are funny stuff.
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DIY Gas Bottle Filler Hose - Part 2. Refilling smaller gas bottles on the cheap. #outdoors #bushcraft #hiking
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If you're looking for a freshly forged steel striker for your primitive fire kit then head over and pick one up from Adam!  Check his ebay shop out here http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/hands-on-bushcraft/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
 
Just popped down to my local blacksmith to pick up these beauties. Amazing craftsmanship! #Bushcraft   #fire   #firelighting   #supportlocalbusiness   #flintandsteel  
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+micro adventurer That sounds good, thanks.  I'm always a bit wary of camping on places like that.  Just figure it's not worth the headache, but maybe I'll have to do it one day hah
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A dull knife is a dangerous knife. 
Learning to use a water stone is the best thing you can do for your knives, especially nice ones, but learning how can be tricky. Luckily, this (very detailed) guide from KnifePlanet teaches you how, from start to finish, and includes a simple method for making sure you’ve sharpened enough to make a difference.
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Well done +Zed Outdoors great job getting to the 20K subs!
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Thanks for stopping by my profile.   So, about me, well I have quite a few hobbies but mostly these days I'm into my bushcrafting, camping and walking (need to do more walking though mind you).  I also try to video a lot of my outdoor pursuits and share them my YouTube channel.  I'm still learning, as everyone is.  I like to go out with other folks rather than doing many solo camps.

I have in the past done a fair bit of photography but I never got the level that I wanted to reach so kinda got out of that.  Perhaps one day I'll return to it again.   I'm also a licensed Radio Amateur holding a UK callsign of M1XZG.  I don't often use this any more.  I got out of the hobby a few years ago and never really went back to it.  Just like photography, maybe I'll get back into it again in the future.

Other info about me ... 40<something>, Gàidhlig learner also speak a little Mandarin Chinese and some German, Oh and English ain't bad either.  LOL

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  • Sabhal Mòr Ostaig
    Gaelic Level 1 & 2, 2012 - 2012
  • LaSalle Secondary, Kingston Ontario
    1987 - 1989
Good location and good coffee as is expected from Costa Coffee.
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reviewed a month ago
I wish I could give these guys more then 5 stars. The service was top notch. From getting the onsite estimate to ordering my chosen doors and getting them installed, Craig and his team were very professional and completed the job in great time and did a fantastic job. I'm well pleased with the install and the look of my new Garador Georgian doors. Thanks very much guys!!!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Last weekend I spent Saturday night camped out in the woods with a bunch of other folks and it was a great weekend. The staff at the shop were friendly and they have heaps of excellent locally produced foods. The booking, check-in and check-out process for camping was completely painless and the facilities were spot on. I'll most certainly be going back to do some more "wild camping" in their woodlands again in the future.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I wish I could give more than 5 stars here .. These guys were awesome at getting my Samsung Galaxy S4 LCD screen replaced. I dropped the phone off and left for a coffee and it was ready before I finished the coffee. After the appalling service I'd received from a random online "repair shop" which completely failed to do any repair on my phone in 2 weeks, these guys put everything right in just 20 minutes! Their price was what I'd expected and being a Samsung Authorized Repair Centre I knew I could trust them to do a good job, but they did a great job! If you need a screen replaced and you're local enough to swing in and drop you phone off, then do it. Forget those guys online where you send you phone away for days or even weeks!!! Thanks very much guys!!!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The High Line is NOT your usual sort of tourist place. It's a lovely bit of open space over a large area. Frankly it's a MUST do. You will want nice weather though, it wouldn't be fun in a rain storm. There's a lot more to see then I'd expected, it's an awesome project that more cities should look to copy.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My kids love coming here, there's so much more to do than most indoor play centres. They really love the indoor climbing wall and the Sky Rider. I don't think there's anything they don't like to be honest. I only give it 4 stars because I think the prices for the food is a little high, it's decent enough food, but just a touch high really. But a great place to take the kids if you wanna let them run wild for a few hours. During busy times they do have a 2hr play limit, but that's normal for these sorts of places.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I haven't dealt with Urmston Computers, but rather Steve Goossens new company, *Nationwide Repair Centre* in it's new location of New Hill, High Peak. I can say I would NOT recommend this company to anyone, or any company that Steve has anything to do with. I sent my Samsung Galaxy S4 in for repairs and after 2 weeks I finally got my phone back in exactly the same condition as it was in when I sent it to him. I sent him photos from today and from the day it broke, his response was: "These pictures could have been taken at any time so i can not accept these as proof." The screen is broken in the same place. I demanded a refund but was told he won't give refunds and I could send the phone back to him to look at. NO CHANCE! I was also told that if I tried to get a refund via my credit card company he would report the phone stolen and have it blacklisted. When I opened a dispute with PayPal over no contact in more than a week I was threatened if I didn't close the dispute I wouldn't get my phone back and if I didn't pay he would sell the phone after 3 months. I am glad that I have my phone back in my hands and will have it fixed at an authorized Samsung repair shop. I urge ANYONE that needs their Samsung repaired to call Samsung or use one of their authorized shops. They're all cheaper than this guy and 3 of them that I spoke too said they will replace the screen while I wait. I wish I could give less then 1 star as a warning ..
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago