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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Smithy, Oct 31, 2011.
No shit, beer is food. Some people just have to over think everything.
Dump me and Cody in the woods and I'm going whichever way Cody isn't.
Can this thread be revived?
My BushCraft pack: Frost River Isle Royale
Gransfors Bruks Scandinavian Forest Axe (top), Wetterlings Backcountry Axe (middle), Condor Greenland Pattern Axe (bottom).
Thanks for sharing, that's some good looking gear.
Bear claw firesteel and striker... gift my youngest son made for me.
Very cool! (For several reasons)
Thats really cool!
My dad did the original surveys of Red Lake and Rainy Lake, North of Lake Superior in the 1920's while a Med Student.
He had a ton of great little tricks he learned over the years.
One of my favourite ones.
When you are in an old cabin filled with field mice as you know they tend to run all over your face and body at night keeping you awake.
Take a few pieces of bread and heavily butter them (really slather it on) they put the pieces of bread in a corner of the cabin away from where you are sleeping.
The mice will run across the bread, get butter on their feet and then stop and like the butter off. This will go on all night.
If you wash with it (including your hair) far fewer mosquitos will find you
Cold Steel TrailHawk, looks bushcrafty, but in my hands the Wetterlings Backcountry Axe is far more practical.
Paint stripped from head, 4/0 steel wool, and a little Boiled Linseed Oil...
So when are you going to take that to the island it was named after?
FYI if you have never been there you should go. I just got back last week...
Basic BushCraft Tools:
Condor Greenland Pattern Axe, Condor Nessmuk, Condor Bushlore, Bahco Laplander.
High speed, low drag, Nessmuk inspired Trio:
2 lbs. carry weight, <$70.00 @ Amazon:
Fiskars X7 (Finland), Morakniv Robust HighQ (Sweden), Victorinox Farmer (Switzerland).
Wetterlings Backcountry Axe, Sven 15" saw, TOPS B.O.B. knife.
Blind Horse Knives...
You've done your part to keep Chris Reeve in business.
cotton ball/ vaseline tinder user here as well, nothing better to get a good fire started
How do you like your BOB? I bought one this year and used it to clean/skin my deer. I think it needs more of a point to it.