Midmorning tea, with Trangia

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  1. Haggis

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    Midmorning tea with Herself at a local overlook... Northeastern Minnesota...

    Fire danger/warnings everywhere here these days; Trangia is then a safe choice,,, Trangia well away from anything flammable is safer still...

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  2. Tony Press

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    The Trangia is reasonably close to that beard. That might constitute a fire hazard. ;)

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    Fun pics thanks for sharing
     
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    @Haggis Grand outing and a Trangia never disappoints.
     
  5. Arvadaman United States

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    I bought my Trangia 25 and 27 during the pandemic. Since I have been working at home most of the time, I try and practice cooking on them whenever possible. I either have hot chocolate and watch the birds at the feeder during the morning break or make lunch at the back yard table.

    I have grown to like them very much.