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Bad Weather Advice for travellers

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Bad Weather Advice for travellers

Got this by email from a friend....

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They suggest that anyone travelling in the current icy conditions should ensure they have the following:
Shovel
Blankets or sleeping bag
Extra clothing including hat and gloves
24 hours worth of food
De-Icer
Rock Salt
Flashlight with spare batteries
Road Flares or Reflective Triangles
Full gas Can
First Aid Kit
Booster cables














 
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Re: Bad Weather Advice for travellers

Was it the full gas can?
I prefer the smaller ones on public transport such as the 3.9 kilo.
if it was a 47kilo one then its no wonder. http://www.thecalorgascentre.co.uk/home/calor-gas-47kg-propane-gas-cylinder?language=en&currency=GBP...
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Re: Bad Weather Advice for travellers

I carried a full 19Kg propane gas bottle for around a mile - I was wondering why I struggled so much with is (only 19Kg - I should have managed it easily) until I Googled it and found it was actually 43Kg gross weight ........
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Re: Bad Weather Advice for travellers

I suppose carrying a 25 Kg bag of Rock Salt was a bit trying too.
Now Zen, but a +Net residue.
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Re: Bad Weather Advice for travellers

Oops.... something lost in the translation there....
Gas Can.......  =  Petrol Can    Roll eyes
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Re: Bad Weather Advice for travellers

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