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Rawhide Lacing

Rawhide Lacing

In this blog we are taking a look at making our own rawhide lacing. There are many types of binding that all perform differently to one another from both flora and fauna sources, making them more suited to specific tasks than others. The time of year may also be a factor to their abundance or [&hell
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Making a plastic toboggan

Making a plastic toboggan

The toboggan serves to transport all your equipment during winter months by sliding it over the snow and ice, doing away with the need to carry anything other than the clothing on your back. Where in the summer months a canoe might be used to move yourself and your equipment deep into the woods, onc
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Simple Oil Lamp

Simple Oil Lamp

In an earlier blog we looked at the advantages of an oil lamp compared to relying on a fire for light. In this blog we will look at how we can make a simple air dried pinch pot clay lamp.
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Camp Fire Light v Simple Oil lamp

Camp Fire Light v Simple Oil lamp

As we are approaching the winter solstice with the nights drawing in earlier & earlier, turning down the wick on the last remnants of splendid autumnal colour, we turn our attention to our own means of lighting, helping to extend our day further for those intricate evening tasks around the camp.
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