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Nice lookin' knife. ;)
Those are really good prices.
Lightered knot (fatwood), river birch bark, dry pine needles, cattail fluff, dried kudzu fines (powder it first), the list goes on here in Georgia.
I have one of the old models sitting on the bench gathering dust.
I need to buy a sheath for it.
Any good sources for them?
That's a good deal.
I made a "reflector/windscreen" from a piece of tin and an old magazine rack.
I can move it to where it's the most effective.
Sorry, I don't...
You literally turn a sow's ear into a silk purse...beautiful work!
I wonder how well the bottle opener functions...:rolleyes:
I have one of those...Not sure if it's a Weymouth, but it looks exactly like the one in the video.
What is the diameter?
There is usually a soft pith in the center of myrtle.
Not sure if this helps, or if I can explain it correctly, but an older gentleman told me that when you are walking, the stick should move forward...
I "bit" hook, line and sinker...;)
That's good to hear!
Thanks for posting.
I carry a Farmer in my pocket everyday.
"Makin' do with what you got..."
"There's more than one way to skin a cat..."
I agree that the young man isn't using the proper tools or...
Can also be used a flame extender (kinda like duct tape).
Interesting choices you have in there.
I always like to include a mylar blanket and an emergency rain poncho.
I don't have a "kit" per say, but...
I bet you're in the dog house now...