One of my dreams comes true!
Last month I’ve written a tutorial on making a wool bush shirt and this article… has been published in the Autumn issue of “The Bushcraft Magazine“!!!
How to light a fire in a survival situation using resources that you have.
by Todd Walker
If you haven’t had a chance to read Part I of our Fire Craft series, I recommend that you start here.
You depend on your “Next Fire” kit in all weather conditions. It’s your go-to resource for building sustainable, repeatable fires.
But here’s the thing…
You can never have too many fire resources!
Get creative with your 10 Piece Kit and you’ll discover many items are hidden fire resources. As a refresher, here are the 10 Piece Kit items:
The second C above has “captain obvious” written all over it. Combustion equals fire, right?. But the beauty of the 10 C’s of Survivability is that each piece should have a minimum of three uses to help meet the following survival priorities.
Having the knowledge and skill…
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This is the question!
I think that living in the woods needs comprehensive overview of the nature around you, knowing your limits its also important, to avoid risks.
But there are some skills that can make life much easier, like tying knots.
Using Ropes, paracord, natural fibres or pine roots, you can solve lots of outdoor tasks: rigging a tarp, assembling a wooden structure, attach a line to a fishing hook, securing ropes in an emergency situation… Continue reading
Ontario, Realm of wild nature! Another great video of Ray!!
We Belong To It, a short film featuring Ray Mears exploring Ontario by canoe, recently won top honours in the Canoeing category at the 10th annual Reel Paddling Film Festival 2015. Created by Goh Iromoto, this wonderful film follows Ray as he journeys into the heart of Wabakimi Provincial Park in northern Ontario, Canada. We Belong To It explores the visual beauty of the Boreal forest landscape, and delves into Ray’s reflections on nature, and his mastered skill set in bushcraft.
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