10 top tips for bushcraft

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Dave

Hill Dweller
Sep 17, 2003
6,019
8
Brigantia
If you acquire some chaga, and use a grater, then make tea from it, let it steep [its long been recognised as a superfood, to fight numerous ailments, including cancers] and then dry out the chaga gratings, on tin foil on the radiator, it will still work perfectly well as a firelighter.
 

Tommyd345

Nomad
Feb 2, 2015
369
1
Norfolk
If you're going to put a can of beans on the fire, TAKE THE WRAPPER OFF FIRST. Nobody likes ashy beans. Also take the lid off.....
 

Wildpacker

Member
Feb 25, 2005
44
0
UK
Patience is a great skill to learn :)

Be aware. Of yourself, your environment, your tools.

Hard work's good for you :D

Make time to chill out.

Nobody knows it all, but everybody knows a bit.

Walk lightly, use don't abuse, try to leave better than you found.

Good friends are worth their weight in whatever you carry in to share :D

Phone home ! Tell your Mum you're alive and well.

It doesn't rain every day.

It's a big world out there, don't just observe, be part of it.


:D

cheers,
Toddy
Nicely put. I'd have issues contacting my mum though unless there is a course on mediumship.

I'd replace that one with 'If you're not enjoying it you're doing it wrong'.
 

falcon

Full Member
Aug 27, 2004
1,200
21
Shropshire
Nicely put. I'd have issues contacting my mum though unless there is a course on mediumship.

I'd replace that one with 'If you're not enjoying it you're doing it wrong'.
And me but the spirit of the comment is to remember to keep those who care for you informed that you're safe and well....