At their regular meeting at Mullin ny Carty the Explorers of the ‘Wolf Pack’ practiced their culinary skills using three different griddle and drop scone recipes. This also gave them the opportunity to try out their latest piece of kit namely the griddle.
This was salvaged from a discarded three layer tea trolley. The top shelf was cut of just above the second tray level giving (once cleaned) a cooking griddle on legs. Being stainless steel it is easy to keep clean and will not rust. It will, no doubt prove useful in the future to cook bacon, eggs, burgers etc.
Have any other Scouts on the Island got a piece of kit improvised from something else? Why not send in a photograph and tell us what it is?
Point to ponder: Never build a fire directly on top of or inside a concrete surface or structure.
Why? Concrete when mixed has air pockets in it. So, when heated by your fire the hot air expands which can make the concrete explode!