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Yeah I know this issue - I sometimes work out in the bush and my last field trip I was LSD/NSD. I was struggling to work out how to stick to it without being a complete pain in the [**BLEEP**] for everyone else. I ended up making up a big bag of my own 'muesili' which is a variation of something I saw on here once. I combined dessicated coconut, shaved coconut, almond meal, pumpkin seeds a few other seeds and chopped dried figs - it's actually quite yummy. I can actually tolerate this 'muesili' with puffed brown rice in it as well (though I can't eat any form of it for too many days in a row). Otherwise, for me, tinned fish is a winner and chocolate - lots and lots of dark, milk-free chocolate! Hope you have fun! Loooots of snakes about this time of year - but they're mostly friendly :-)
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Hope you had a great time camping. I love it we camp in State park camping sites with no electricity or showers only long drop loos. Swim, fish and kayak on the blackwood river and generally veg out with books, hammocks and lots of good food, beer and wine and the odd game of backgammon now and then. I am hanging out for christmas going away for a few days.


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"long drop loos"

I'd never heard anyone call a pit toilet that! It sure is a long drop and very noisy. Haha!

The only starch I ate was some pasta on the first day (because I couldn't be bothered cooking anything myself) and half a potato another day because it was cooked in the fire and looked soooo yummy!

I ate bacon and eggs or yoghurt for breakfast. And my favourite salad: tinned tuna, avocado (I know, does have some starch), pineapple and mayo. Weird combination, but I never get fed up with that taste.

We had a campfire BBQ 2 nights and I didn't mind at all eating just meat and salad. Fortunately someone had made a very yummy salad for all of us. I'm not very good at making salads, but I must learn.

I also was very, very happy that I'd made a batch of cheddar crackers for myself. I even allowed someone to taste them and they were very impressed. I should've made a double batch.

My neck was ok and coped with the drive and even the carrying stuff from and to the car. I had no problem setting up the tent or any other tasks either. The only issue I had was a slow leak in my air mattress!!! First morning I woke at dawn with my bottom on the ground. Which was a blessing in disguise because I got to see the sun rise over the ocean whilst sipping my first coffee and listening to the dawn chorus. Makes my heart sing!

The only other problem I had physically was that my right leg (my "driving leg") hurt after the drive back. The road is way too hilly to be using the cruise control at any time, and my leg (or hip or knee?) does not cope with pushing the accelerator for that long. Next time I will remember to change position more often. I can slightly tilt my leg inwards to relieve tension on the thigh muscles.


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Glad to hear you managed well and had a great time too.


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