I've noticed that quite a few here use "Look What We Found" packets for boil in the bag. I tried the Tees Valley Beef Bolognese one a while ago and it was on a par with the tinned stews/bolognaise from my first student days circa 1980's, I took two spoonfuls and slung the rest. Are the others...
I have heard that wool keeps you warm when it is wet. Is this true or a bushcraft myth?
Any other materials do the same?
Any materials to avoid when it's wet?
Planning my first winter camp and want to give myself the best chance of surviving :hatscarf:
Hope this is in the right place.
I have been a bike rally camper for a few years. This winter will see me take my first foray into Scottish winter camping.
I think I have the clothing sorted, plenty of merino socks, longjohns, vests and layers. Some good boots that have proved their...
Pretty new to the whole bushcraft thing. I camp occupationally but that has mostly been a one nighter with a group or at a motorbike rally, not realy living off the land there :camping:
I recently bought a Barnet Diablo Pro 2 catapult/slingshot, that is what has sparked my interest in...