How To Make Natural Cordage From Cedar Root

I spent some time with the amazing team over at Wilderness Pioneers based in beautiful Oxford (UK) learning different techniques for making natural cordage In this video head instructor Manse shows step by step how to make natural cordage from Cedar root Please feel...

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How To Make Natural Cordage From Cedar Bark

I spent some time with the amazing team over at Wilderness Pioneers based in beautiful Oxford (UK) learning different techniques for making natural cordage In this video head instructor Manse shows step by step how to make natural cordage from Cedar bark Please feel...

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Bushcraft Basecamp – First Wildcamp

In this video I do my first Wildcamp at my new Bushcraft Basecamp location which I introduced in this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGr4UOKbYcQ This is a very chilled Wildcamp where my goal is to simply acclimatise myself to this particular woodland Some of...

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A Guide To Kolrosing – Adam Hawker

I spent a few days in beautiful Dorset in the South West of England with a very talented friend and full time craftsman Adam Hawker In this video he shows his technique for Kolrosing which is a form of embellishment made famous by the indigenous people of Scandinavia...

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How To Carve A Spoon – Adam Hawker

I spent a few days in beautiful Dorset in the South West of England with a very talented friend and full time craftsman Adam Hawker In this video he shows his technique for carving a spoon, something he has never shown outside of his private workshops and seminars...

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How To Carve A Spatula – Martin Hazell

I spent a few days in beautiful Dorset in the South West of England with a very talented friend and full time craftsman Martin Hazell In this video he shows his technique for carving a Spatula so that you can hopefully replicate it yourself using simple tools as it's...

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Wildcamp With MCQ Bushcraft

I wildcamped with close friend and well respected member of the Bushcraft community Mike of MCQ Bushcraft. It's been quite a while since we last wildcamped so this was a very chilled meet up and in this video we brought you along to see what we got up to Mike also...

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How To Carve A Kuksa – Paul Adamson

Spent time with a good friend Paul Adamson in the north of England, whilst there I filmed a detailed tutorial where Paul shows you how to carve a Kuksa from start to finish. Yes this is a very long tutorial but it was required in order to show you literally every...

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How To Make A Birch Bark Knife Sheath

Spent time with a good friend Paul Adamson in the north of England, whilst there I filmed a tutorial where Paul shows you how to make a knife sheath using Birch Bark To find out more about the work Paul does please feel free to check out the links below Instagram -...

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My New Workshop

Hey guys it's been almost four months since my last upload, been crazy busy past few months what with a ton of building work going on at home This video is to show you the fruits of all that labour aka my new workshop As mentioned in the video please follow me on...

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Bushcraft – Day hike, Brew and Birch kuksa

I went for an early morning hike in a local woodland to simply chill and have a brew. It was a very cold morning but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a short video I recorded of my time out I show my new custom Kuksa made by my friend Paul Adamson, to find out...

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Wildcamp – Primitive Cooking

In this second video of a two part video series I did with the amazing team over at Wilderness Pioneers in Oxford (UK) I do a wildcamp at their primitive basecamp centred around the theme of primitive cooking If you missed part one you can view that by clicking the...

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Primitive Basecamp

I was invited down to the see the amazing team over at 'Wilderness Pioneers' and experience their incredible Primitive Basecamp based in beautiful Oxford (UK) In this part one of a two part series I take you on a tour of the basecamp itself and in part two (coming...

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Spoon Carving Day + Home Baked Bread

I headed down to my friend Adrian's homestead in the South East of England and spent the day with him and other friends carving and generally catching up We were treated to a glorious home cooked meal by Adrian's wife and the weather was simply beautiful, really could...

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