|Which came first?|
Yeah, you couldn’t make it up Mr Postman.
Anyway, the poo bags (as I’m calling them) – here’s what Podsacs have to say:
The Podsacs Waste Management System is an innovative solution for biological and synthetic waste storage and transportation in the great outdoors. Available in sizes 10L, 4L and 1.5L the Waste Man is fully waterproof and airtight. The dual roll-top closure forms a secure seal and the outside of the sac carries a clear warning symbol to avoid confusion with other storage sacs.
The sac has external D-rings so that it can be attached to the outside of a rucksack or off the ground. The contents can be transported safely until proper waste disposal facilities become available.
This system avoids contaminating land and water and therefore the spread of disease.
Along with that a Podsac First Aid Dry Bag has arrived:
|You shit bag!|
These Podsacs Dry Bags are a simplestorage solution for first aid kits. Available n tow sizes, they have roll-top closure and are fully airtight and waterproof. Designed to store third-party, individual or group first aid kit and carrying the official ISO first aid logo – these bags are hard to miss. Made from tough 70D Nylon they have an internal bright white TPU coating that makes it easier to identify what you need in a hurry. External D-rings allow the drybag to be attached to the outside of a rucksack or on a hook for easy access, visibility and storage.
Well, we’ll see on these, eh? Handy and light (now!). I’m just curious how one is supposed to clean the poo bags once used.
Perhaps that’s why you need a first aid kit dry bag, no?
And finally – we have some meals from Look What We Found. Apparently, you don’t find these in the shops. Only online through their website:
Venison Stew with Apricot and Juniper 300g 240Kcal
Fellside Beef Casserole 300g 258Kcal
Herdwick Mutton, Lavender and Pearl Barley Risotto 300g 264Kcal
Traditional Pork and Herb Sausage Casserole 300g 360Kcal
Mushroom Stroganoff with hand-picked Scottish Mushrooms 250g 202.5Kcal
All natural ingredients – if you didn’t know – and can be boiled on your stove at camp and eat straight from the pouch. Best wet meals you can buy for camping – though not as calorific as other brands.
Some of the packs have the details printed into the package and others your usual paper label glued on.
The latter a bit of hassle if you tend to boil the food and use your water afterwards for a drink etc.
Nevertheless, they’re getting there and the meals tend to be bloody tasty – so I’m looking forward to what I’ve found here!