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yes had a few polish beers and they were very full and rich, very nice compared to some aussie beers.......Aswell as the obligatory polish vodka!
I will have to try some of that soup next time I go! Maybe I will try and make some! I do love my cooked liver.
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Just completed a 4000k round trip in 3 weeks

Here's home, the Foz pulls it no worries.


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Yep, I spent a lot of years cramming gear into the car and roof-pod, then moving it all out to sleep at night,

now I just tow this wherever I go

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MY04tone, thats a great setup, lookin good!

Robbks, I like to pack light But a small trailer would be the go if I need to carry more
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latest kitchen - which got a try-out a month or so back. I knocked it up from some leftover ply, runs the full length of the boot floor - with the inner end angled to match the back of the seat. Couple of plastic tubs for drawers (cutlery, plates etc), a two-piece fold-over top for bench space (the piece with the coffee mug and the other longer one with the pink plastic bowl on it both fold on top of the unit), a shelf for the $10 gas cooker and vertical dividers to keep the food a bit organised.

Slide it out, then pop on the extendable leg -- the leg could do with some improvement, but its amazing how much easier it is to cook for 4 compared with the random tubs of food and fold-out table I've been using for years.

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Not a spectacular campsite -- but not bad, off the road next to Blowering Dam on the way back from a trip. The tarp works ok for me and the three kids in most cases.

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That's a clever idea duncanm, I love how accessible it all is. Only thing would be the weight. What did you use for the slide?

Here's a couple of camping pics from our Subaru Extreme 8 Deserts Challenge

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No slides at this point -- just a slippery base. Doesn't weigh much -- about 10kg empty and maybe 20 with food and stuff in it.

I did originally intend to put slides in, but then they'd need something to anchor to -- I'll probably do this if I put something more substantial like drawers in the back.

Very envious of your trip -- I did a Simpson crossing some years back with the eldest son on a 'tour' type arrangement with 3 x Nissan Patrols. One of the best experiences I've had in Oz.
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