This is the second of my articles on campfire cranes. I will be returning to different variations on the fixed campfire crane in my previous post in later articles. This article is the first of three on different variations of the Aures campfire crane.
one upright - two cranes - three pots
I could never call myself a chef however I could call myself a campfire engineer.
So last time we touched on a basic introduction to foraging including why foraging is so rewarding, basic law and what you could call common sense with a touch of general etiquette. All straight forward stuff so far and exactly how it should be!
First and foremost, I have never considered myself an expert or author on any subject. With that said I've been asked to write a couple of articles on foraging, in the personal hope that it might map out a path of sorts for someone new to the interest.
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.
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