For information on Hammocks, see the following:

“Warbonnet Hammocks” – I have the Warbonnet Blackbird and Mamajamba flysheet

“Hennessy Hammocks” – Worth a look as an alternative

“Clarke Hammocks” – Also worth a look as an alternative, their neat new tent/hammock hybrid looks good.

The little clips I use to secure my fly are called “Niteize No.9s”

For Storm Kettles see:

“Kelly Kettles” – I have the Stainless Steel Trecker

“Tornado Boilers” – A UK version of the same. There are a lot of other storm kettles around, a quick google will show you.

Check out this guy. Little Dom has almost completed his solo ride from the UK to Japan. He’s been doing it for charity, making some really cool videos along the way.

“Little Dom’s big adventure”

Here’s a great blog detailing Chip & Ken’s trip around the world. We’re taking the same route and at this point we’re traveling together. It’s great for me to read, as it’s a different take on the day and offer mentions something I missed.

Check it out….
“Round the Workd EastWest”

Fancy having a crack at this? Check these guys out for a great place to start:

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  1. Hi Mark,

    Congratulations on completing your adventure!!

    Just a note to let you know that the fish are fine in Melbourne! We intended contacting you earlier but…. We only had two casualties in the first day or two, a couple of Rasboras that “slipped through the net”. We also gave the ailing Gourami a humane end. Other than that, they are all well and thriving.

    We have also added about 12 Neon Tetras, which are also happily sharing the tank. It still looks wonderful and gives us much peace and pleasure.

    Thanks,

    Doug

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