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Wayland
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I run a Living History Education service.

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Wayland

Hárbarðr, Male, 55, from A traveler of both time and space

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Viewing thread Knife breakage, Nov 18, 2019 at 10:04 PM
    1. relfy
      relfy
      Oh good, thanks Wayland ...money? I don't expect i'll be spending any of that. Re-enacting? I shouldn't think so... but who knows? :)
    2. Wayland
      Wayland
      Hi Eleanor, I don't have a problem what people wear so long as they're not in a living history demonstration I am running or professionally involved in.

      As I'm not running anything at the moot, no problem.

      I just find it ironic at times that people often spend more money and effort in doing it wrong than they would if they did it right. :dunno:
    3. relfy
      relfy
      Hi Wayland, I see you are coming to moot - yay :) Just wondering, are you going to get upset if some of us have viking clobber that is not strictly speaking 'authentic', as in perhaps just a little bit completely fictional, but much more entertaining? Or are you going to be aggravated? Just wanted to find out in advance - not that I am planning this far ahead or anything... ;)

      Eleanor
    4. WolfCrafter
    5. WolfCrafter
      WolfCrafter
      Hi Wayland, you probably wont remember me (WolfCrafter, Rough Close Scout Bushcraft meet sept 2009) It was my first meet and I only introduced myself right at the end with Jimbo! Anyway.. I thought id message you and let you know that you inspired me with your amazing hammock set-up (especially the rigging).. so much so, a DD hammock was on my xmas no1. list and ground dwelling is now a distant memory!.. anyway, i tested it out at Rough Close meet Jan 2010. Lots of tweaking to do on the hammock! (carabineer loop system), plus i need to refine my knots on the tarp with illuminated bits!

      Hope to see you at the next meet in March for the Outdoor Show doo! for further tips! checkout my blog if you have time on the meet and my new cooking 'Crane' system!

      Regards
      WolfCrafter
    6. Cael Nu Mara
      Cael Nu Mara
      Hi Gary,

      I have just ordered a 9" leuku from Stromeng :) Happy Man. I really like the clip you have on your sheath, and was kind of hoping you would maybe do a tutorial, type thing if you want/have time. I feel quite rude asking like this, and I do apologise, but i cant think how to do it, so some tips would really be usefull.


      Thanks

      Sam
    7. hogstable
      hogstable
      Hi, my friend and I were discussing how you could modify a smock for what you were talking about, not that we expect to do that for the reasons you mentioned but still really into it if that makes sense . Is there any way you could share your info with us.

      Thanks, of course if you wanted ours I'll give you that but I don' think you do!

      Cheers
    8. dorkingbushcraft
      dorkingbushcraft
      hi thanks for the hobbo stove walkthrough on your website
      really great.
    9. EddBamber
      EddBamber
      Hi there, i was looking on your website Ravenlore bushcraft and saw your hobo stove section, Where can i buy a billy can like yours?

      Thanks

      Edd
    10. Osric
      Osric
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Jul 13, 1964 (Age: 55)
    Home Page:
    http://www.wayland.me.uk
    Location:
    A traveler of both time and space
    Occupation:
    I run a Living History Education service.
    Outdoor Activity:
    Landscape Photography
    Full time Viking, part time Roman and occasional Pyrate.

    Sailing longships, burning monasteries, camping out in wild abandoned places and photography

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