Originally Posted by Twodogs
Military blankets made by the millions
So where have thay all gone ,,,,
We all know there are some very good blankets out there ... Italian , Dutch , Yugoslavian , US , British, French , Russian, Danish ... but all are getting hard to find or just to expensive to cut up
After hunting for ages I ended up buying a stock of 100% wool Yugoslavian surplus
Originally Posted by Cobweb
Some of you know me, some of you don't. I used to be very active in the forum a while ago, but life got in the way and I lost my sense of wonder at the simplicity of it all. I got a job, got a partner who moved in, I got depression and got counselling. Eventually, I will get better.
I was going to write all about who I used to be, but after writing it all out, I realised, I'm not that person anymore.
I am different, older (perhaps wiser) but ultimately different. I have
Originally Posted by Countryman
I responded to an advert from Wildway Bushcraft about a month ago for a discount course for BCUK members.
I and my buddy Nick wanted to take four of our children away for a weekend, ahead of Bushmoot, to shake down some new kit and to get the kids in the groove. Kids as we have all agreed don't take formal instruction particularly well from parents but do listen to teachers in a position of authority. Mine did Bushmoot last year, Nick hadn’t been to anything Bushcrafty but has interest
Firstly let me say there will be no rabbits killed in this blog, when i do kill them on a hunt it will be a separate thread in Fair Game.
Right now is not the best time for hunting rabbits unless you are taking just the little ones but they are everywhere so it is a great time to practice tracking, stalking and getting close enough to them to use a catapult.
I have read plenty on stalking and tracking but like most things it is best learnt in the field.