I read this story today about an area that I am due to visit next month and fingers are being pointed at the experts. The long lasting damage is incredibly annoying and the education needs to be put out there to show the majority of people how to practice bushcraft and camp responsibly, respect nature and LEAVE NO TRACE.
Here is the Article:
I will be working on videos to show how to camp out and practice bushcraft properly soon, from the very basics up. Let’s get the word out so the minority doesn’t spoil it for the rest of us.
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The more skills you learn, the less gear you need to carry into the woods. Even the small things can make a big difference.
Here is one way for multiple people to get out the elements fast with just a tarp. Another method, if its just yourself, is to lie on one corner grab that corner and roll yourself into a waterproof burrito. Survival could be that simple.
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This week I have updated the bow drill page with more information to help you achieve an ember when practicing bow drill.
That can be found here:
Also I have a new batoning skill to show you and I am will be putting together a video of the 5 pieces of gear and no food weekend.
The batoning video can be found here:
SOS soap pads and some elbow grease
Figured I would get my readers in put into this. At the end of this month I am putting together a minimalist bushcraft weekend with a couple of my buddies.
The rules I have set are as follows:
We must forage or catch our food. The Only carried in food on site will be for emergencies only.
We each get 5 personal gear choices to bring in. (Non collaborated choices each person bring kit for if they had to live In the woods alone)
One cutting tool (saw, axe or knife) counts as one piece of your personal kit.
First aid/safety gear doesn’t count as item. Safety first as always.
Two of us have agreed to go barefoot the whole weekend.
I am trying to decide on my cutting tool. I m not taking my camping axe that would make things to easy. A saw has limited functions so thats a no. That leaves me with a choice between my new Estwing tamahawk or my knife.
That’s my question to you my readers, what would be your choice and why?
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The one with the most amount of mentions will be the one I take.
I m looking forward to hearing from you.
This week I posted lessons on how to make tarp clips/clothes pegs and feather sticks while in the bush and then I went through how and why to baton with with your knife. I hope my posts are helpful and are teaching you skills that you can use to good effect whilst in the woods. There are a lot more to come, so stay tuned and please like and comment when your signed in. I am always open to suggestions and questions.
Here are the links to the subjects covered this week
Tarp clips/clothes pegs
Batoning with your knife
Thanks again for your support, Bushcraft is my passion and I enjoy being able to share my skills with you.
Here is how you make feather sticks a good tinder when you don’t have other easier tinder nearby.
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