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Discussion in 'Wilderness & Survival Skills' started by Esav Benyamin, Apr 23, 2010.
I visited the Vosges last May, beautiful area!
Love your pics, looks like a great trime.
it was nice out so decided to boil my tea water in the backyard...the knife is a svord kiwi general outdoor knife.
seiko orange monster (the only watch i currently own) and exped stakes.
How does that Svord fixed blade compare to other knives you have used?
i like the blade's thickness, shape and length but the handle feels overkill for it...hard to describe it but it feels clumsy. i have the 12" machete which has the same handle and it works perfectly with that blade length though.
Going for a drive to Red Shirt lake April 4th
Getting anxious for the snow to melt so I can get back to the Sierra high country. In the meantime, I'll have to recycle pictures from last year.
Didn't catch anything but did have fun.
The early Spring risers - just starting to flower Glacier Lillys:
And one a little more awake than the others:
Guinness on guard duty during lunch
The Esee 4 and fire are such good friends
A little Grand Canyon camping.
Where in Norway is this?
Mid-northern. Not too far from the Arctic circle.
I love alpine high country and getting up to a mountain top. Looks like a remarkable landscape with the water ways and high peaks - does the summit your standing on have a name?
Thanks for sharing.
Yeah it's great, although the "peak" I'm on in those pictures isn't all that tall at just 2000 feet.
It translates to "seal horn", but there's never been any horned seals here, so it might be some old Sami name.
Contrast it to the one I climbed last week at ~4000 feet.
Picture taken in the same direction, only a fair bit further south.
And what the heck, this one too
Over the mountains to the right is the Atlantic ocean, and somewhere in northern Canada.