Eel Day antiques

Walking around the market stalls and antique shops while in Ely, I made a couple of nice purchases.

Firstly an ammo box, which I can use for storage and a Swedish Army Trangia stove, which burns methylated spirit and incorporates a cooking pot, frying pan (which also acts as the cooking pot lid) and a windsheald for the burner which is also the pot stand.

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and the best find of all; this beautiful Birch bark container

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2 thoughts on “Eel Day antiques

  1. Hi, That’s a surprise to discover your blog.
    I live in the Alps and I have mad 1 yers ago a blog about natural skills what is called odeurdelaterre.centerblog.net
    My blog is writed in french, but I think to do same in an other blog writted in English. So their is some picture by myself about make a shelter, make natural usfuff things and many other thing.
    Nice to discover your blog, let be intothewild

    Florent

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