Phil Geng

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Camp Food: Mexican Fried Rice

After a bit of a writing break I’d like to kick off this newest round of articles by sharing this personal favourite of mine. A quick and easy meal that can be easily bulked up or stripped down depending on your appetite and the number of people you’re cooking for. Especially suited to a single overnight stay in the wild as all the ingredients can be prepared before setting off without the fuss of chopping and slicing when at camp. For me this has become one of my staple foods when out and about due to its simplicity, taste and ability to fill me right up.

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Keeping warm

Keeping warm when out and about is a fundamental skill and one most people will hone to a T over the course of their outdoor life. While keeping warm when moving is fairly self explanatory, camping presents an altogether different challenge. So how can you ensure you’re warm and snug when out in a tent without the need for a lorry to transport your bed around for you?

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Right or Wrong?

Those of you involved in the outdoor industry will undoubtedly be aware of a recent move by the National Trust to introduce a licencing scheme for the commercial use of its land. Many hasty and frankly ill-informed respondents to the proposal have argued that this is questionable for non-access land but surely illegal on open access land itself. Hopefully I can debunk some of the myths and highlight some of the grey areas we operate in on a daily basis.

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