There is something special for me about having a shore lunch. It could be the art of starting a fire on a random piece of bedrock, using brush, tinder and dead fall, ignited by flint and steel. Perhaps it’s the great company, or perhaps the usual pitures
que setting. Maybe it’s the taste of freshly caught fish, cooked over the fire in cast iron pans, and served on a camp plate, mixed with potatoes and beans. More likely is that it is all of those things rolled up into one. I love to prepare shore lunch as much as I love eating shore lunch, and for those of you who know what I mean, you are already thinking of your last one, and your next. If you’ve never had one, have a watch of this video, and make plans to have a shore lunch as soon as you can, you won’t regret it.