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Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by Andy, Sep 9, 2004.
so then. did it live up to expectations?
there are 2 bits I won't forget in a hurry...
1. Ray looking like a vampyre after making the hand impression on the wall
2. The ant trying to make off with his fungal tinder
It's nice to see a diferent perspective on it all, rather than "this is how to not die" :super:
Back to the stone age, what an excellent topic..... not a fero rod or knife in sight. Well done all round.
I agree it was very good. A lot of information to take in and worthy of a second viewing.
Seems this 'back to basics' approach is the theme so I will definately look forward to the next programme.
Well done Mr Mears.
I really liked the way he didn't show off his £200 knife or any of the fancy kit. bushcraft as it should be. I must admit I got a bit bored when he talking to that woman though. I have seen a lot of stuff like that before but I suppose it helped set the sceen. I really like the bow making.
I agree. Looks like another one to watch all the way through.
Can anybody satisfy my thirst for the knowledge of 'how many people were active on here between 2000 and 2100'??????
Them elbow axes and other flint blades-just outstanding and amazing
I wonder if he let the other 2 fish go??
Between 5 and 8
Cheers Adi. I will sleep well tonight now. Well, without bugging Mel about my thirst for knowledge ):
not very nice for the camera crew was it
maybe they don't like his cooking (apart from Andy who I've sen eat a right load of crap in his time)
I've looked forward to the new series and looks like its going to be good.
As an Archer who has made a primitive bow, but with modern tools, it was excellent to see Chris using basic tools used to make the bow - only one thing I wasn't too sure of on the programme - the "canned" birdsong - I'm sure the cuckoo followed Ray around.
It was fanbloomintastic :biggthump Next weeks should be a continuation of the UK bushcraft
You should have seen my sisters face when she walked in and saw it :rolmao:
Excellent stuff. What was the green smock with the goretex tag on?
The papers bill next week's as being about the amazon jungle.
I think it was this:
Mmm, not at all bad.
I had to nip "out back" at a critical time and missed the stringing of that bow; what did he use for that?
awsome ancient technology at its best forget gore-tex and flippin ventile !! that was a taste of pure bushcraft a tree gives you hunting tool a stone gives you a means to make that hunting tool and the earth gives you fire a means to cook your food and keep you safe and warm.Pure essence of bushcraft, we seem to get absorbed in kit heaven sometimes Human and Nature working together to achieve comfort and happiness is key...........bliss
Yeh Fantastic, his best yet, back to the old Tracks standard :biggthump
It answered a few things that had been bugging me like the use of Sinew ! and then there was the bluebell bulbs...and pine resin glue. I also really enjoyed the museum bit , just to see how fine the tools were.
But best of all :yikes: My girlfriend had a rehearsal so asked me to video it for HER !!!!!! :super: ): :hyper:
how many copies of that have we got between us then. I'll be going to Uni soon though I my family will try to record them all for me