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Make Your Own Rope | Bushcraft Survival Skills: A Great Mindset for Resourcefulness and Preparation

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Trucker's Hitch - so easy once you get the hang of it and other cool knots to use when camping.

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Choosing the Best Firewood | Common Firewood Types, along with their Benefits and Drawbacks | Outdoor Survival Skills, check it out at http://survivallife.com/choosing-the-best-firewood/

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27 Basecamp Projects Guaranteed to Elevate Skills and Fun in the Woods - TheSurvivalSherpa.com

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How To Start a Fire After It Has Rained - While it may seem very difficult to get a fire started after it's rained, if you don't live in an incredibly humid place, learning the skill of getting a fire running while conditions are still pretty wet is actually not too bad.

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Learn These 2 Pioneer Skills to Produce Almost Anything - TheSurvivalSherpa.com

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How to Build a Bushcraft Bucksaw!! “The 15 minute Saw” Say you have a nice saw blade but no handle.  You can make a really simple but effective bucksaw with  some sticks and basic mater…

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The Number One Knife Skill for Wilderness Survival and Self-Reliance - TheSurvivalSherpa.com

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Mors Kochanski’s knife use teaching aid. The “Try Stick” has developed an underground following. it is approximately an inch to inch and a half in diameter. One carves various types of carvings that would commonly be used in woodcraft/bushcraft, though some are more to showcase ones ability to wield a knife. There are many beautiful examples floating around the net, from woodcrafters who have demonstrated their ability and prowess with a knife. Note Mark Emery of Kepis Bushcraft.

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