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That's really nice.
Still trying to source the material for mine, struggling to find an old wool blanket of decent quality.
Did you buy the Irish...
Beautiful, absolutely love the rams head.
Is their some sort of colour under the blackening?
It looks red in some of the pictures
Just booked myself on this course being run at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, can't wait :D
The synopsis is "Working out of doors in the...
Nice pictures and it sounds like you are enjoying it.
BAF is a great place and there are several others within a few miles that are all well...
For me, it's all about the craftsmanship.
Doesn't matter whether it's a spoon, kuska, hand made knife or whatever;
I just like making things that...
I read the first one, and although I liked it I did find it a bit too simple in places (although I realize that the intended audience is YA).
Lovely video, I've always liked that old style of presentation where there is a gentleness and feeling of familiarity coming from the narrator....
Looks like a nice bit of timber, with lovely figuring.
If I was over your way I'd take a couple of pieces, but I doubt if it's worth posting lol.
But I didn't see any of that mentioned until posts #35 & #41 :rolleyes:
The skill being taught and the type of facility provided dictate the actual costs, as do the tutor to pupil ratio.
This is potentially a...
Yes he said guided, but no detail, and when we gave feedback he didn't elaborate
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What you originally posted was an offer of access with supervision. If what you really want to provide is more educational then you should have...
Nice video, natural and from the heart rather than forced.
Keep 'em coming...
Nice pictures, certainly is a lovely looking place.
Just another thought; although I can understand you wanting to ensure the place is used...
Sound like a great place and I'd definitely be interested in it should it work out.
Like others have said firewood, green wood and to be able to...
I'd also be interested if there are still places and the dates work out.
I'm also interested
The basic difference is that a route is where you want to go and a track is where you have been.
Normally you create a route to follow using MM...
A GPS can tell you;
Where you are;
Where you have been;
Where you are heading;
How to retrace your steps;
Your average speed;...
Well it's certainly got the cows looking worried :D
For me, so long as you are not trying to perform authentic primative crafts then any...