I going to head down to the 'War and Peace Revival' show on the Friday 26th. I thought I would be polite and ask if any of you fancy coming along?
I can provide a lift, leaving around 6am. Just chip in what you can for petrol...
Meet at my workplace which has secure parking.
hi guys, would anyone happen to have some clematis knocking about they would be willing to part with? Am desperate for some as an alternative to the rubbish I’m trying to use for hand drill!
I can offer swaps and stuff... plus a huge hug and kiss if the wood allows me success in the hand drill!
As well as being a bushcrafter, I’m also interested in military history. I think the winter war and continuation war hold lots of interesting facts for living off the land and outdoors skills. I hope you like this... I might look at doing commissions? Finnish army gas mask bag.
Also known as silmuviina I believe.
I have decanted my first batch from a couple of weeks ago. I can genuinely say, it really is rather nice!
I'm lucky enough to have a mature birch tree in our garden, so I will probably make this every year or so.
Here's link for the recipe...
I'm currently putting together a new mess kit/cooking stove set up. Whilst researching the components I will need to replicate the current issue Swedish soldier stove 09 (awesome project by the way)...
I couldn't help but notice the almost total lack of information on...
Hi all... I'm looking for a pattern to make a Lukkha. I know Twodogs used to make them, however I understand he is no longer making.
I'm pretty sure I have enough material. And there is no way on earth I would consider a fjallraven one!
Does anyone have a link or can you help?
Just pondering the current state of UK Bushcraft. Would anyone else agree that the hype seems to be dying off a bit nowadays?
Personally, I don't think its a bad thing. It might deter some of the more stupid people in society becoming interested in Bushcraft and giving us a bad name...
tried to distill some birch oil today on my garden chiminea. I think I either cooked it too long.
Or let too much gas escape, by putting to many holes in the lid.
Or it was because I used predominantly paper birch bark.
I ended up with a trace amount of sticky residue. And all the birch bark was...
Finally got round to doing a camp this year. So went to visits my brother in Bovey. We camped out in yarner wood (legal part). Then did a tour the following day. Ache like mad because I’m out of practice, but really enjoyed it.
Trying to work out how to post pics
took the bro out for a look around Postbridge area. In view of returning in the autumn with some ideas where to camp.
Was nice to get out again for some proper bushcrafting, and also nice to know im still young enough to handle a heavy Bergen on rough hiking! ;)