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Author:  Susan [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 12:04 am ]
Post subject:  Whistle abuse!

I would like to report a serious case of whistle abuse. Adrian loves to drink tea and every few hours on a walk he will grab a handful of twigs and boil some water. :roll: Fortunately he has it down to a fine art and whole operation usually takes 10-15 minutes. However, on holiday when he only found some damp wood he *gasp* pulled the head off an innocent Generation C whistle and used it as a fire tube! Later he used a whistle to stir some soup he was making and on another occasion he used his whistle to drink from a spring! :shock: I would NEVER treat a recorder like this. What should we do?

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Author:  Blackhawk [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 12:55 am ]
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Where are the whistle police when you need them!!! :)

Author:  foothillsOH [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 6:41 am ]
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How to survive in the wilderness...
1. Whistle
2.
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4.
Fill in the blanks

Author:  KittyR [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 7:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Whistle abuse!

Susan wrote:
What should we do?

Uhhhhh... ask him to teach us that trick?

:mrgreen:

Author:  mutepointe [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 8:22 am ]
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i thought being able to play the whistle right-handed and left-handed was going to be my only parlor/campfire trick with a whistle. this little tip will rock when we go on canoe/camping trips. why did adrian waste time removing the fipple? he could have just stuck the whole fipple in his mouth.

does anyone else know any whistle tricks?

Author:  Adrian [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 8:58 am ]
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mutepointe wrote:
why did adrian waste time removing the fipple? he could have just stuck the whole fipple in his mouth.


Trust me, it is a lot more comfortable without the mouthpiece.

Fire tubes a great aid to starting fires with poor quality fuel. The fire will roar like a furnace in less than a minute. Note the three stones make the fire very economical and literally a handful of twigs and 10 mins is often enough.

Author:  Adrian [ Sat Mar 17, 2007 9:04 am ]
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Revenge!

I can post silly pictures of Susan as well!

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When we were in India we watched snake charmers charm pythons with their flutes. Here Susan is charming the lunch pot on a mountain walk on our holiday.

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