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Wild Edibles Gathering Kit

A look at the kit I carry most the time I scout a new area! There is no WRONG kit. I carry this but YOU may choose to carry more or less.
 
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Bushcraft Gemstones

Bushcraft gemstones.  Yes, you did read that correctly.  The art that is bushcraft, woodcraft, survival, self reliance & self sufficiency is based off of a few fundamental elements, key knowledge that when executed to its f...

 
 
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NEW SERIES STARTING! Wild Edibles

New series I am going to work on.
 
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Simple Apple Pudding 18th Century Cooking with Jas Townsend and Son

In this weeks episode we explore a very easy way to make an Apple Pudding with simple soldier rations. We have a great website where we sell all kinds of 18th century clothing and equipment, make sure to check out http://jas-to...

 
 
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Wild Cherries 18th Century Cooking with Jas Townsend and Son

Our friends are at it again, lets follow them… Ivy and Jon talk about the wild cherry tree and what it was used for. Medicine, food, wood and dye. Part of our 18th century cooking series, You can find out more on our cook...
 
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DIY Fishing Rod Holders

Illustration by Kagan McLeod There has always been something that I have disliked about shooting skeet, the huge pile of spent shotgun shells laying on the ground. We always pick them up, but I just hate throwing them away, it ...

 
 
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Concealed Carry / Open Carry

Carrying a weapon is a subject that I have spent many hours researching, “do I open carry (gun is worn outside the holster for everyone to see), or do I conceal carry?” To some this may not be an issue due to the fa...
 
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Onion Soup – 18th Century Cooking with Jas Townsend and Son

    How to make a wonderful (did I say wonderful) 18th century onion soup following a John Mollard recipe from his 1804 cookbook. For more info make sure to visit our 18th century cooking blog at http://savoringthepas...

 
 
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Punk Wood & The Fungus Among Us

If you were to ask 100 different people that consider themselves a bushcrafter, outdoor enthusiast, backwoodsman or any other name associated with hobbies & lifestyles related to the wilderness what their most turned to mea...