Some research on what features a knot has to have that makes it more secure.
Unfortunately the paper is behind pay walls.
New series on Discovery hosted by Matt Graham, so not likely to be too ott.
First episode aired, viewable for people in the US (or appear to be)
This Kickstarter from a UK company just came across my radar.
The tape seems like it'd be extremely useful.
So BioLite have a kickstarter for a FirePit/BBQ type deal with an electrical generator. I was sceptical of the little camp stove thing, but a recent NSFW review on YouTube might have eased my scepticism.
Pretty interesting, and can see uses for it... like heating food in a car, though the limited battery life probably means aren't going to be useful for anything longer than a day trip.
Just had an idea of using Jus Rol premade pastry in a dutch type oven.
Freshly baked croissants, pan au chocolat, and cinnamon swirls for little effort sounds like a plan.
So wondering if anyone has tried it? Someone surely must have?
Just came across these browsing around, not seem them before.
But they look pretty good. Like how everything stays connected in normal use.
Only issue I can see possibly is they use a snap ring to hold the blade in.
Couldn't find a link on here to this bunch of bushcraft / canoe videos.
Only watched Survival in the Bush so far, http://www.nfb.ca/film/survival_in_the_bush
Not sure what to make of it, bit skeptical, as there's no real indication of time, the making of a canoe feels like "Here's one we made...
Just watched the first two and quite enjoyed them.
He's going to and investigating remote locations that have strange markings as seen from satellite imagery.
First episode was in West Papua,
I won't spoil it...