Looking for an inexpensive starter camp/bush knife. I was surprised at this one. $15.00 to start. Knowledge on a budget is a survival skill
Living in Minnesota winters is challeging enough. Being caught out there on the road in an emergency…this could save you from an uncomfotable ending. You may just want to consider having one in the glove box……..just in case. Check it out The Novice Survivalist
This turned out to be quite a challenge. Something I had never thought about. Basically it was list your 3 Top outdoor brand names. Here is my answer to them. It was really difficult. I landed up going to the 10 Cc,s list and…
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….
Been doing some research to help with camping chores. This guy will certainly do the trick. COLD STEEL Trail Boss small forrest axe. A thing of beauty. Got to figure out the whole axe skills thing now. Joy.
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.