This is Part 2 of my Bushcraft Candles experiment - using Damp/Wet wood.
I went for a wander with my children in the woods a couple of weeks ago to collect some wood and tinder for one of my candles. We had a chat about dead standing wood and how to identify it. Thankfully there are still enough leaves on the trees to make that job easy for them.
Muck Boots have long been associated with their trademark design of making foot wear comprising of a natural rubber bottom half and neoprene upper; this combination provides both strength and flexibility from
Horace Kephart was a famous travel writer in the later 1800s and early 1900s and is best remembered by bushcrafters for his books “Camping and Woodcraft” (which is still available in a facsimile edition) and for various pieces of gear that he designed or inspired with his
The final part of the Aures Crane Trilogy - The Classic.
I call this one the Classic as it is the design laid out in the book Camp-Lore and Woodcraft. The author Daniel Beard called it a rustic crane fashioned along similar lines as the iron cranes found commonly over 100 years ago over open fireplaces.
I have been using, and enjoying, various boot types from 5.11 and have recently had the opportunity to try out their new “EVO 6” Waterproof Boots with Side Zip”, one of their “EVO” boot range that includes