Newsletter July 2010
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It's been raining out so we thought would get in to dry out and send you an update on the goings on here at bushcraft uk.
The Box arrived yesterday and I patiently waited until today to unwrap it and pull out the Eco Stove and here's my first impressions as well as me un-wrapping it, just in case anyone is interested in that bit.
So, it's a weird shaped package because it came with power ring accessory sitting on top, I'll talk more on that in a minute...
I used the trusty Spyderco Serrata that we've got in for review (we'll be getting that up soon) to cut the plastic and bands off, the power ring was sitting on top in
A great little article from Mad Dave showing just how simple it is to make some charcloth...
Hi Dudes and Dudesses
This tutorial is just a quick one on making charcloth as I was making some today and the camera was handy, so I thought it may be of some use.
First of all you need a fireproof tin with a tight fitting lid and a hole in it that you can plug with a peg or nail