I have been thinking. There are many people living in different environments on this forum, and if I have to look towards the lifestyle I would hanker after, were it not for the infirmities of ageing, I would be a homesteader, however reality marks me out as an urban dweller, a flat dweller, who like to camp, hike and garden, in other words I simply prefer being out of doors rather than in, except for when the weather is really inclement and hiking or gardening is a bit of a chore. I suspect that the only true "bushcrafters" are those who make a living from teaching the skills, the rest of us just like to do things in a particular way whenever we get the opportunity. Gardening for me, is not a matter of going out and mowing the lawn, because I don't have one to begin with, but something I do on my allotment to provide vegetables, and wooden staves amongst other things, but it is also what I do on my balcony, windowsills and landing, to bring as much as the natural world as close to me as I can being otherwise forced like the majority of the population into high density living. I do not see, especially during these lockdown times, why anyone should look down on anyone who only ever practices bushcraft skills in their garden, I also think people who have limited space could create "bushcraft gardens. If you only have space for one tree, then grow one, and coppice it, or become a guerilla gardener, planting things where they might have a good chance of surviving the Council mower.