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  • Sam So
    May 05, 2013 - 08:08

    I love tea and interest in learning about specific rituals and cultural traditions, and studying tea encompasses this basic interest and expands upon it into other realms of inquiry, The variety and the specificity of tea traditions in almost every country in the world is astonishing, and it provides me with rich fields of exploration – a seemingly inexhaustible source of topics for reading, writing and discovery. Besides the culture, the tea also give our body the real benefit. Please visit my website: www.greentealike.com

  • O McMahon
    April 07, 2013 - 10:49

    As Irish as my surname is I can't endorse the use of the Kelly kettle. These things dent easily and they leak. The water capacity of even the large ones is not great and use them once and its hard to get them going once again.These things are useless in wet or damp weather. A Kelly kettle is a bulky thing that you must lug around and after a few uses, esp with spruce, the thing stinks to high heavens. I suppose my biggest complaint is that you can't make coffee with them.If you want a cuppa, save some serious bank, and use an old apple juice can.

  • Avid Reader
    April 07, 2013 - 06:11

    I love reading Paul Smith's columns. He has a great writing style and exhibits such a love of life and for his family. However, he also puts a lot of effort into finding out information about techniques or products that enhance the outdoor living experience in a simple way, which makes his columns very informative Thank You.