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He will be missed.
Bushcraft is one of a few books that never sits idly on my bookshelf, but has a permanent home on the table next to my reading...
Good to see you back, E.
I too have been missing our get-togethers. My Dutch ovens are getting a bit rusty.
#91 still checking in on occasion. Still using my knives as always, but don't seem to have as much time to post stuff as I used to.
Thanks. I'll make some one of these days.
Lots of great stuff in this thread.
I've been wanting to try to make some of that parched corn rockahominy. There are a few different recipes for...
Great video. it is obvious you did your homework before filming the review, much more enjoyable to see the knife in use than watch someone just...
Fire and bannock on a stick
I went with brass hardware.
It matches the pack I've been carrying
I read through the Woodcraft volume last weekend.
One of my favorite quotes:
"The man with the knapsack is never lost. No matter whither he may...
Not currently, but the 14 was my everyday companion for a few years.
The Globetrotter is an excellent little knife.
My favorite Metallica track. 8 minutes of instrumental awesomeness, and I also enjoy the H P Lovecraft reference.
I came of age listening to more mainstream metal like Metallica, Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle, Tool, A Perfect Circle, Killswitch Engage,...
I cook them on their side at 425 degrees and turn it every 30 minutes.
I've not used this specific recipe, but this is the cooking method I use...
I'll play. Thanks, 710.
The 10 is excellent. It was Ethan's version of the old pilot survival knife. More compact than the 9 or 7, but still beefy enough for light to...
This was my latest BK9 mod.
Very interesting, Daizee. This gives me ideas for the roughed up, no name axe heads I have lying around. Looking forward to seeing how you finish...