Can anyone who has seen them side by side tell me which if the lightweight spoons has the biggest head? I've lost my fave old one and it's time to get another, but I can't stand small spoons. Also must have solid handle, none of that folding lark. And definitely no sporks!
So yes, it's unlikely that the uninitiated tool maker such as myself would be able to manufacture a hardened and tempered tool in the wild, though I could sharpen it. Instead, I would be much more likely to attempt to create some form of natural tool from stone or make do some other way...
I was talking about this in the pub the other day. Lat and Lon can be written in so many different ways it can be confusing how to state them, so I wrote this article on the matter.
Comments always welcome.
I started looking into the powers of 112 and came up with quite a lot of interesting bits and bobs which I compiled into an article. Did you know you can text it for instance?
If anyone knows of any other...
For those not on Facebook, the list is currently:
Dave Canterbury (Pathfinder)
John 'Lofty' Wiseman
Sir Ranulph Fiennes
The man with the most luck on his side
Steve m off of bcuk. (Which I think is really funny)
I'd be happy to do some plant ID.
I'm really looking forward to some sling shot action. If someone will bring some rubbers, I hope to carve on on the weekend. I'll happily pay for them, of course :)
Can we play the nail game ... please :)
Here you can find a poll with an almost complete list of survival personalities with that age old question of who would last the longest or get out first.
Currently, Dave Canterbury is leading with Ray Mears and Lofty jostling for second place...
For those interested in getting their Wood Blewits right, I've gone to town on their identification in the most recent article in my Free Wild Food and Natural Resources Course.
Direct link here: http://blog.artandscienceofsurvival.com/2012/11/wild-food-natural-resources-course.html