Category: survival skills

Rough Ryder Moose, Green G-10 Handles RR2085, It takes after it’s name for sure.

This knife is a beast. The blade combination is perfect, the G-10 scales are awesome and the size makes this knife a great working class pocket knife. Work, hunting, camping or just outdoors this will be a great pocket pal to take along. The… Continue Reading “Rough Ryder Moose, Green G-10 Handles RR2085, It takes after it’s name for sure.”

DIY Custom Ferro Rod Handles – Fun project and handy to have.

I bore easily. So I tend to find things to do. Well I like playing with random wood I find when on a walkabout. I makes walking sticks, toggles for tent and hammock camping, spoon carving etc. Thus time I found some interesting wood.… Continue Reading “DIY Custom Ferro Rod Handles – Fun project and handy to have.”

Sitivien ST128 Folding Knife, Awesome Work EDC

While surfing for interesting knives I have not come across before and here you go. A company I have not dealt with before. This one came to my attention. I am a big Sod buster/ work knife guy. One blade for all tasks and… Continue Reading “Sitivien ST128 Folding Knife, Awesome Work EDC”

Bear & Son, Large Farmhand Lockback Folding Knife. USA Made

This is probably the best well made knife I own. Very impressive Remember knowledge is a survival skill Novice Survivalist

Rough Ryder Faded Blue Jeans Swayback Whittler – It’s a looker with my 2 favorite Blades

I love a good whittling knife. And Rough Ryder did a fantastic job on this little beauty. With the Faded Jean handle and the orange hi lites between the liners and topping with my 2 favorite Blades for whittling it had to come home.… Continue Reading “Rough Ryder Faded Blue Jeans Swayback Whittler – It’s a looker with my 2 favorite Blades”

EDC update – Marbles and Zippo, My Perfect combo

While surfing on line I came across 2 of my favorite carries. So I combined them to get one. Be safe out there and always keep your EDC updated. You never know when you may just need it Novice Survivalist

Retrospec Drifter 25-30 inch Snowshoes – Perfect for the novice snow trudger.

One thing I love about a 4 season state is you get to enjoy all types of weather in the outdoors. One thing I love is a trudge for a cuppa coffee after a good snow fall. It’s quiet, typically nobody else seen. And… Continue Reading “Retrospec Drifter 25-30 inch Snowshoes – Perfect for the novice snow trudger.”

Kolrosing Project – Learning the way…O.K. the hard way”

I decided on a quick…..ok maybe not so quick wood working project. With Kolrosing for decoration. I learnt the hard way. But hey. All good. Just need practice. Remember knowledge is a survival skill. And with some practice may just turn out th be… Continue Reading “Kolrosing Project – Learning the way…O.K. the hard way””

Smith & Wesson Executive Barlow – With assist opening

I am a Barlow fan when it comes to the traditional style of folding pocket knives. Nice and simple, single blade and looks good. This one had something none of my other Barlows or any of my folders have, Assisted opening. The idea of… Continue Reading “Smith & Wesson Executive Barlow – With assist opening”

The SUDZA STICK – A sentimental excuse to whittle try some wood tattooing…”

Growing up in Africa I ate alot if traditional foods. One of my favorites was and still us Sudza. Made from corn meal it is a bland meal. However adding sauses and other relish dishes to ” dip” the sudza in makes all the… Continue Reading “The SUDZA STICK – A sentimental excuse to whittle try some wood tattooing…””

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