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To add a little something extra to the experience, we took advantage of one of the benefits to having access to so much unoccupied space. To be true to our generous host, as well as to the environment, we cut only as many plants as we needed for demonstration of a particular concept.
Although this trip was not quite as difficult as I had hoped, the feedback that I have received left me feeling like everybody enjoyed themselves, and left feeling like they learned a thing or two about their abilities, and maybe even about themselves as well. I would guess that most people in the Great Lakes region have caught a fish at some point in their lives.
In fact, Yellow perch (Perca Flavascens), Bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus), and Crappie (Pomoxis annularis) are commonly ranked as some of the very best freshwater fish for the table. Crunchy, flakey fried filets are certainly tasty, but there are many other ways to eat these fish.
All of Michigan's panfish are worth pursuing, both for the fun and for the reward of a fine meal. John Adams tries his hand at bushcraft survival using a Wood Jewel Combo Leuku Wilderness Knife. It seems like an notice in the wilderness and in knives and tools about always go together.


A useful guide to vegetable gardening focussing on tomatoes, beans & peas, interspersed with Tao wisdom.
Chris Bird attends the premiere of the film, Demain, at COP21 and finds an ironic contrast between this beautiful, extremely powerful and empowering film and the glitzy, consumerist way in which it was launched.
We were able to send individuals out in separate locations, with nothing but the most basic gear and the knowledge and skills that they had acquired, to make their own separate shelters and spend time living on their own. We either re-used materials or substituted others whenever possible so as not to put any unnecessary strain on the plant or animal life in any particular area. As for me, I viewed this as not just a chance to spend some time with a few old friends, or even an excuse to meet a few more, but also as an educational experience on a level that few people ever get to enjoy. They are made in the tradition style of the nomadic Sami reindeer herders who live there, and have flat ground, high carbon steel blades, hardened to Rockwell 59 with handles of curly birch and reindeer antler. Knives are necessary for outdoor leisure and work, although the exact knives chosen will be based on private preference and knowledge. You have the right to view these pages and where applicable, to copy these pages and any images to a cache for reference by yourself only at a later date. This gave them a chance to take concepts which they had seen and heard about and truly test the techniques, as well as their own abilities.
I have always liked both fixed blades and folders,but my attention lies more in the mid-size to large fixed blade variety.


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Spending the night alone in a strange environment, particularly with little gear to lean on, is a very eye-opening experience. Many of these participants noted a new level of self-confidence that they may have never experienced. Also, I would like to extend our hearty gratitude to Tuppie Rushing, Ed Emmons, Margie Williams, Jerry Williams, Angie Williams, Possum and Pearlie Mae Miller, Guy and Mandy Ramsey, Wayne Rushing, and everyone else who went out of their way, both to make us feel welcome, and to enlighten us to what its like to grow up and live in such a wonderful area. I spent a happy afternoon using this tool to make parts for a iron age style roundhouse shelter and cooking supports. It was the single most impressive cutting implement I have ever used, cutting cleanly without the slightest judder through thicknesses I would have thought only a bill-hook could handle. Not just a one trick pony, it peeled bark and split both roundwood lathes and kindling wood with equal ease. Had I needed knives for skinning and butchery, I'm sure they would have proved more than capable.



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