Phew! I owe you guys an apology… I’ve been so busy lately that i just haven’t had time to update this blog and put the kind of stuff on here that i wanted to. My original intention was to put stuff here that didn’t really fit into the context of my social media pages. It’s… Read More An apology… and an update!
Hi guys, just thought i’d write a short blog to let you all know that some of my products are now being stocked by several suppliers. They don’t have the full range as yet but are trying different items out to see what fits best. Hopefully, we can get a regular supply to these stores… Read More To new frontiers…
So i decided to make the leap and book a pitch at the Wilderness Gathering down in Wiltshire this year. It was the first show i’ve ever attended and i must say i was very nervous. Having never been to Bison farm – not even as a member of the public – i wasn’t sure… Read More A gathering of the wild!
Well, it’s coming up on 2 years since i left my job and became self employed and whilst drinking my Latte this morning, i thought i ought to write a blog post about how things are going and what i’ve learned and noticed since i set up my business and how my life has changed….… Read More Things i’ve learned about life without a job….
We all know that Bushcraft is a massive subject and can take a lifetime to learn but not all of us have the freedom to be able to spend day after day learning new skills and perfecting exisiting ones. I am continually bewildered by the array of useful Plants and Trees that exist but find… Read More The amateur Botanist…. Part 1
I was recently approached by Pete (Fozz) from Forrester Bushcraft on YouTube with a request to make him a Viking style belt pouch to carry his bits and bobs whilst out in the woods so i thought i would do a step by step build as a blog post so you can see how they… Read More Making a Viking style Belt Pouch for Forrester Bushcraft
Many people who engage in the hobby of Bushcraft are knife fanatics. They will spend way more money on and own way more knives than any other item of kit and that’s absolutely fine with me. Horses for courses and all that. Me, i prefer Axes. In my opinion the Axe is the foremost wooodworking… Read More Beautiful covers for Beautiful tools!