What to bring...

Discussion in 'The National Kombi Club Bus Stop 2008' started by StevieVW, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. ModelJets

    ModelJets Active Member

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    Pick up a girlfriend on the way up Stevie.
     
  2. melissa

    melissa Administrator Staff Member

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    Scott (my other half) is bringing his...not sure if he is bringing his campfire Yamaha or his Cole Clark Fat Lady 2.
     
  3. ModelJets

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    They could all try something like this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QrzZPXe0pU

    Dean
     
  4. BargeArse

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    Stevie - I'm more of an apricot jam person myself. :p I'll play pretty much anything I can work out at the time. But generally 70's & 80's stuff right through to now if I like it. But having a truck load of tab stuff should help us on our way!

    Melissa - Oooh, sounds good. :) I'm just gonna chuck in my old black hundred dollar Magnum - it's my trusty party & bbq guitar. I'm kinda between good guitars at the moment, but unfortunately now have something parked in the driveway that's getting preference money-wise over any other musical toys... :rolleyes:

    Dean - that is both one of the coolest / one of the freakiest things I have seen! :eek: It's kinda scary seeing that many banjos in one place.

    Julian.
     
  5. StevieVW

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    I could bring a banjo..... Ok maybe not.
     
  6. ModelJets

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    I could bring mine. Can anyone play banjo?
     
  7. cammokombi

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    Handy hints

    1./ Heres a handy hint for those of you not set up for electric fridges. If you use a large 70 litre ice box or anything smaller down to a couple of eskies, then save your plastic softdrink bottles. Fill them with water and put them in your freezer now. you will have ample block ice thats free and lasts longer than bought bags of party ice. Plastic icecream containers also make good ice blocks for the esky.
    2./ If you have anything that needs recharging but needs 240volts and you dont have a car charger? Then buy an inverter. A small one from Tandy is cheap and will do the job. The inverter plugs into your 12v outlet and produces 240v that you plug into just like in the house.
    Cammo.
     
  8. StevieVW

    StevieVW Well-Known Member

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    Up for Men at Work; Down under? The bar chord killer?
     
  9. cammokombi

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    Djembe

    I'll bring my Dejembe but I wonder if my full drum kit would fit in the trailer? Ha! Ha! Not practicle. But cool idea!
    Cammo.
     
  10. Alpal

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    Or ask one of the KC mob on 240v
     
  11. Alpal

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    Who cares about Practi Al. Let him bring his own. Would like to see a full kit at full blast!
     
  12. StevieVW

    StevieVW Well-Known Member

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    We'll do it on the last night and get kicked out!
     
  13. glow-monkey

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    Djembe.
    Percussion Frog.
    Flame retardant undies.
    Burn cream (just in case the undies got too wet to wear).
    Hand cream in case the fire twirling is the only thing getting hot.
     
  14. StevieVW

    StevieVW Well-Known Member

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    Who stocks these? Are genuine VW ones available?
     
  15. StevieVW

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    Kombi Spares and tools;
    Tunes for the trek;
    UHF radio's;
    Flashlube for the bus;
    Road side assist card ie NRMA? I'll just stick with tinkering on the side of the road.

    Clothing;
    Toiletries;
    Panadol, Aloe vera;
    Guitar Tuner + Guitar;
    Camera;
    Books;
    Food and drinks, Buy in Melb;
    Eski;
    Gas cooking/cleaning and light facilities; Inc. cutlery and crockery and cooking utensils.
    Tent;
    Sleeping Bag;
    Camping Bed;
    Sun block;
    Fly spray;
    Insect repellant;
    Umbrella (cause if you bring it you wont need it );
    Chair(s);
    Mobile phone leads
    Pegs to hang your towel/wet clothes up
    Ice
    Tent - Light- Long lead to plug in
    Plastic bags...for you’re rubbish/dirty clothes/whatever
    Matches/lighter
    Booze, drinks, refreshments, alkohol und prescription liquids.
    Oh und did I say booze?? We'll be in for a good time!
    Fishing equipment;
    Hats and sunglasses;

    Mask;
    Pullback kombi;
    Easter Eggs;


    Your girlfriend; MIA
    Condoms; Doctors orders....
    Roy defensive apparel; I'll be needing more info
    Andy defensive apparel; I'll be needing more info here too
    For Jules and Jacqui ...... bubbles..... I'm not under standing this part either?
    Chopper Defensive apparel; I'll be needing more info here too
    Butterscotch Schnapps; (Clown defensive apparel)

    Now Where the heck did I put my percussion frog……
     
  16. Royce

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    check your kit

    Remember to check your kit before you pack it. there was a lovely lass last year who missed the poles to her tent. made for some diifficult sleeping on the seats of the bus until roy and anita leant their tent, i believe.

    so check the contents before you pack it in.

    and plenty of booze incase the bed is uncomfortable, always helps.
     
  17. Alice in Kombiland

    Alice in Kombiland Well-Known Member

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    Last year we forgot food and gas....so this year we'll bring more beer...oh..and food and gas. ;)
     
  18. BrianK

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    number one is your camera, so you can show us your pics. then what ever takes your fancy after that.

    brian
     
  19. StevieVW

    StevieVW Well-Known Member

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    Lets clarify 'kit' could be interpreted the wrong way.......
     
  20. StevieVW

    StevieVW Well-Known Member

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    Camera; #1 Doing as Brian says. And I occasionally do as I'm told.... :)

    Kombi Spares and tools;
    Tunes for the trek;
    UHF radio's;
    Flashlube for the bus;
    Road side assist card ie NRMA? I'll just stick with tinkering on the side of the road.

    Clothing;
    Toiletries;
    Panadol, Aloe vera;
    Guitar Tuner + Guitar;
    Books;
    Food and drinks, Buy in Melb;
    Eski;
    Gas cooking/cleaning and light facilities; Inc. cutlery and crockery and cooking utensils.
    Tent;
    Sleeping Bag;
    Camping Bed;
    Sun block;
    Fly spray;
    Insect repellent;
    Umbrella (cause if you bring it you wont need it );
    Chair(s);
    Mobile phone leads
    Pegs to hang your towel/wet clothes up
    Ice
    Tent - Light- Long lead to plug in
    Plastic bags...for you’re rubbish/dirty clothes/whatever
    Matches/lighter
    Booze, drinks, refreshments, alkohol und prescription liquids.
    Oh und did I say booze?? We'll be in for a good time!
    Fishing equipment;
    Hats and sunglasses;

    Mask;
    Pullback kombi;
    Easter Eggs;

    Your girlfriend; MIA
    Condoms; Doctors orders....
    Roy defensive apparel; I'll be needing more info
    Andy defensive apparel; I'll be needing more info here too
    For Jules and Jacqui ...... bubbles..... I'm not under standing this part either?
    Chopper Defensive apparel; I'll be needing more info here too
    Butterscotch Schnapps; (Clown defensive apparel)

    Now Where the heck did I put my percussion frog……
     
    Last edited: Mar 12, 2008

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