I was reading a thread the other day on bushcraft Facebook page concerning what people carry in there medical / first aid kits. So it had me thinking do I [ . . . ]
Its that time of the year when winter is trying to release its grip on Northern Europe, with the odd slip of a frost and recently a lot of rain [ . . . ]
Sami Knives and Sami duodji I really love the intricacy of the carvings in sami duodji. I’ve always wanted a handmade Puukko (sami knife). The chance of purchasing one came [ . . . ]
I absolutely love jerky it’s so versatile and perfect for snacking when out fishing, hiking or at work. The word jerky comes from the Quechua word ch’arki which means “dried, [ . . . ]
I mentioned in previous post the need to balance out life for the sake of everything (your family, work and yourself). It is very important to give yourself the time [ . . . ]
I love spending time in the woods. Here is a list of what goes in my Day bag (give or take a few bits depending on what I am planning [ . . . ]
One of my favourite things whilst out in open is camp cooking. I have many different methods, coolers and recipes that I like to use but my favourite item to [ . . . ]
Just finished a set of day shifts and fancied a walk out in the woods. Thought I’d go and have a look to see if any mushrooms where up and [ . . . ]
The Swedish Army LK35 is a very versatile rucksack on I will use for ever.
I awoke around 05:00 it was still not quiet light I got up made a fire and went for a swim and in the distance I could hear Wolves calling it was magical.
I had about 2 hours by myself before the troops started to awake so we had breakfast and made our way to Torsby