American Bushman

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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Sun Tea

I'm attempting to make some sun tea today using a collapsible Nalgene 48 oz. bottle, the GSI H2Joe, and some loose leaf tea.

If this works out it'd be a nice change of pace from the normal swamp water we drink in the woods. :)

I'm also playing around with solar purification of water today as it's warm and sunny.

I'll let you know how it all goes.

Thanks for reading,


B

4 Comments:

At 5:36 AM, Anonymous SurvivalTopics.com said...

It's called "SODIS", PET bottles work best. This method is especially valuable in developing countries where fuel is lacking or too expensive

 
At 8:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

brother are you among the living?i hope u r well .i bought a nessie from a knifemaker named jeff white.the sheath was made by some one else but both r awsum ive done a small amount of research and the knife appears to b true to specs on the original except the original had a ash handle mine has tiger maple but it is beautiful.testing it every chance i get,if u want his addy lemme know,bbeetle7777777@yahoo.com cheers chris from al.

 
At 1:28 PM, Blogger R & E said...

Is it done yet?!?!?

 
At 7:58 AM, Blogger American Bushman said...

This project was a massive failure.

The "tea" was weak and was barely palatable.

We pulled the bag early because the kids wanted to try the brown water and it was so bad that I pitched the entire thing.

I suppose given more time it'd work just fine but the few hours we left it out there were not enough.

B

 

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