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The Hobbies of a Pagan Pantheist

Hobbies. We all have them. They are very important ways to relax and spend our leisure time. But what are the hobbies that are most likely to help us connect with Nature and the world around us. 285 more words



Axe handles & leather masks hand made by P.Maton. Brighton, UK


New Tools

Here you can see:

Field sharpening stone: Great for longer trips in which your cutting tools might lose edge due to constant work or abuse. A sharp knife is probably the most valuable tool when out in the woods. 327 more words

Food for Thought

So far, since I decided to actually do this walk,  a lot of work has been done, fun work as I would call it

  • Trying gear, swapping gear, re-trying gear, testing gear ideas ..and failing..
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Activities for the School Holidays

So the school holidays are coming round again -indeed, I realise that for some the Easter holidays have already started. After the success of last summer’s Bushcraft Week, we thought we’d try to build on our experiences. 218 more words

Brecon Beacons

BLOG Update 4/09/14

I have to apologize for the lack of blog posts lately. Now that the weather is getting warmer it will become much harder to keep the blog posts coming regularly. 509 more words


Star Navigation (Part One): Introduction

Navigating using the stars is thousands if not tens of thousands of years old, but even so I’ve heard it said by a few outdoor instructors recently that travelling at night is something that should be avoided if possible because of the potential to becoming lost, falling down something, over something or some other form of darkness related accident. 2,449 more words