11 Bushcraft Skills Hardcore Wilderness Lovers Will Want to Master Now.There is nothing like going into the wilderness with nothing but a few basic supplies and your own wits. I know that I’m not alone in this thought. There’s recently been a huge surge in people learning bushcraft skills. In short, bushcraft is a way to enjoy nature without feeling pressure that there is a “right” or a “wrong” way of doing it. (If you are doing it wrong, you’ll know it when you have to head home early…
Outstanding New Bushcraft Skill: How To Turn A Plastic Grocery Sack Into Strong Cordage
This is a new Bushcraft skill that even the most experienced bushcrafters may not know. It is a somewhat new skill that we happened across and wanted to share. We feel it could be very valuable to learn this. http://www.thegoodsurvivalist.com/outstanding-new-bushcraft-skill-how-to-turn-a-plastic-grocery-sack-into-strong-cordage/
Making Cordage in the Wilderness. Making cordage from common plants is a forgotten skill. This skill is being kept alive thanks to survivalists and bushcraft enthusiasts. Most people rely on paracords and all sort of modern cordage when it comes to camping. However, it is quite surprising the simplicity with which cordage can be manufactured in nature.
In this very well done video an experienced bushcrafter shows you how to get a good fire going in the pouring rain. As you’ll discover he didn’t choose a light rain to demonstrate his skill. http://www.thegoodsurvivalist.com/how-to-make-fire-in-pouring-rain-very-useful-and-underestimated-bushcraft-skill/
52 Survival Skills your Kids Should be Learning - Our little angels are the prospectors of the future. Its hard to look at them as they crawl or run or discover and consider the hardships they will one day face.