In this episode of #AskPaulKirtley I answer questions about forest access and fire rules, how to deal with kit and clothing getting wet, and suggestions for setting up tarp lines at head height, along with some thoughts on knot repertoire.
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01:33 What are the legal regulations for operating a campfire in the UK? Is there a legal restriction for wheelchair users in the UK to enter the forest (like in Germany)?
04:05 What do you do when/if things go horribly awry and all your gear and clothes get wet? How do you dry various pieces of kit and what do you prioritise?
33:45 When putting up tarps, to get it at head height, which knots should be used? Are they the same as the Evenk hitch and taut tarp hitch used for setting personal tarps at chest height or are there better knots to be used for this?
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