Always keeping safety in mind when doing axe work or anything requiring a sharp tool. Needed to enhance thesafety aspect of my axe work. Not just reading about it but practicing it. Here is how I started doing that with my new Trail Boss…
I have owned this T hawk for almost 4 years. Initially bought it for camping in California. The first time I used it was disappointing. But now having done some research in the past week or 2 I finally sharpened it. What a difference….
If you winter walkabout these are a must for your own saftey and well being…yaktrax Ice cleats. Check em out…
“The felling axe is also often referred to as the camp axe and it is used to cut down trees and branches.This type of axe has two main features:
Although a frustrating task to undertake, it proved to be informative for me as far as improving my knowledge of Knives in general. Learning about Blade types and uses was very informative.
Got to fancy up a new big stick for trudging around in winter. Always a good idea to have a 3rd leg in winter walkabouts. May just save you some unwanted pain.
via Planning your Outdoor Experience Part III- A FUN SAFE EXPERIENCE Last in a quick series in planning for your next outdoor trip. Check it out.