There are many different ways you can charge your DJI Spark whilst outdoors but what is the best way when you have no access to electricity?
Look at this situation? I am heading to Northern Sweden this June for a 4 / 5 day walk through the tundra with next to no possible way of recharging my DJI Spark (unless I stay in one of the cabins along the trail)
I’d read about these rucksacks a while ago and the Swedish Army Lk35 Rucksack appealed to me. I liked the old school metal frame and thought this would be a great bag for bushcraft and more importantly I wanted something I could use for hammock camping.
I came across this DAKY SubZero Waterproof Socks on instagram and after a little research on there website I thought these might be good to wear with the Armaskin anti blister socks in a pair of trail runners.
Whilst in the Lake District I was reviewing some freeze dried meals and my favourite was by Fuel your Preparation. I have recently been in contact with them and been offered to become a brand ambassador for Summit to eat.
Summit to eat is manufactured by European Freeze Dry and they are the same meals as I was trialing in the Lakes but branded for a different market as to fuel you preparation.
Summit to eat freeze dried hiking meals are made using quality ingredients and I must say won the taste test with flying colours.
Summit to eat meals range from breakfast, main and desserts and hold a good calorific value that is required when out in tough conditions and as opposed to some other meals they actually taste really good.
There products can be purchased online here they offer shipment abroad from the UK and free delivery on purchases over £25.00 (or 50eu).
Shelf life of these products is at least 7 years from the date of manufacture if stored properly so you could purchase a bulk order and throw them in fishing bag, canoe bag, hiking bag etc etc.
Fruit, savoury and cheese pouches only have a 2 years shelf life from the date of manufacture if stored properly.
The Summit to eat pouches are lightweight and only require boiling water to make them up.
Each freeze dried meal details the amount of water needed for optimum re-hydration on the back of the packet. The actual amount varies by product.
Summit to eat freeze dried meals
How much water required.
Pasta Bolognaise Serves 1 – 136g, Approx. Amount of Water 360ml
Chicken Tikka with Rice Serves 1 – 126g, Approx. Amount of Water 350ml
Chicken Fajita with Rice Serves 1 – 128g, Approx. Amount of Water 275ml
Beef and Potato Stew Serves 1 – 118g, Approx. Amount of Water 360ml
Macaroni Cheese Serves 1 – 112g, Approx. Amount of Water 175ml
Vegetable Chilli with Rice Serves 1 – 136g, Approx. Amount of Water 350ml
Salmon and Broccoli Pasta Serves 1 – 117g, Approx. Amount of Water 280ml
Chicken Fried Rice Serves 1 – 121g, Approx. Amount of Water 350ml
Breakfast & Desserts
Scrambled Egg with Cheese Serves 1 – 80g, Approx. Amount of Water 260ml
Morning Oats with Raspberry Serves 1 – 91g, Approx. Amount of Water 225ml
Rice Pudding with Strawberry Serves 1 – 86g, Approx. Amount of Water 155ml
Chocolate Mousse with Granola & Cherry Serves 1 – 97g, Approx. Amount of Water 145ml
Custard Apple Crunch Serves 1 – 70g, Approx. Amount of Water 160ml