Doing more with less in the woods (outdoors) is pretty much my take on bushcraft. This includes fending for youself overnight as well without the convenience of man made tents and so forth. I have little interest in making primitive shelters, but I am interested in making shelters (using tarps) and doing camp related activities.
I also think the "one tool" approach is way over emphasized. I would never intentionally go out into the woods with only one tool. The tools change with the current lean being short chopping machetes, a medium sized fixed blade, and a pocket folder.
I enjoy the outdoors and don't get out enough. My outdoor focus had always been hunting and fishing and doing things to enhance those sports. Hiking and camping were an extension of those activities. But it has morphed into hiking, wildflower and wild plant appreciation, outdoor photography and fishing primarily. If I lived where I grew up, I'd be more into hunting, but it is not as easy to have a place to hunt here.
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