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    Default King Tut's camp cot...first 3 fold?



    https://www.livescience.com/59999-ki..._medium=social

    ...and here you thought cots started in the 1700s...

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    Default Re: King Tut's camp cot...first 3 fold?

    I wonder if he was like King Joffrey?

    Interesting post HJ!
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    Default Re: King Tut's camp cot...first 3 fold?

    Like King Joffery... I don't know; there is so little good info (mostly its guesses, I suspect).
    I kind of thought it was interesting;
    ..Been interested in historical camping techniques (like campaign furniture) for a while as a source of ideas... what folks did in the past (like a basin and wash stand to wash up) still works.
    ...just goes to show that there is little that is truly new...

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    2006 Jeep Rubicon; 4.11 gears, 31" tires, 4:1 transfer case, lockers in both axles
    For "civilized" camping; 2003 Ford explorer sport, 4wd; ARB & torsen diffs, 4.10 gears, 32" MTs.
    Tents work best for me, so far.
    Experience along with properly set up 4WD will get you to & through places (on existing, approved 4WD trails) that 4WD, alone, can't get to.

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