Fire Making – The Forgotten Art Of Conjuring Flame With Spark, Tinder And Skill. By Daniel Hume. Book Review. I first heard about Daniel Hume’s book, from Paul Kirtley’s podcast. (The podcast is highly recommended for anyone interested in bushcraft and the outdoors.) Paul interviewed Daniel about his interest in bushcraft and his quest for… Continue reading Fire Making Book Review
Book Review – Primitive Technology. A Survivalist’s Guide To Building Tools, Shelters & More In The Wild, By John Plant. John Plant has a huge following on YouTube with his channel called Primitive Technology. John makes primitive tools and shelters in the wilderness. He doesn’t speak on the videos and there is no narration. The… Continue reading Primitive Technology Book Review
Book Review – 98.6 Degrees, The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive. By Cody Lundin. I have wanted to read 98.6 Degrees, The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive. By Cody Lundin, for a while now and finally got around to ordering it. I am glad I did as I enjoyed reading it. In a… Continue reading Survival Book Review – 98.6 Degrees, Cody Lundin.
Best Bushcraft and Survival Books. Here is my pick of the best bushcraft and survival skills books. But before we dive into the list, I want to go over my criteria for why the books are included on the list. The books have to cover some main categories. (There are one or two exceptions.) With… Continue reading Best Bushcraft and Survival Books
Bushcraft Book Review – The Illustrated Guide to Edible Wild Plants. Department of the Army Before we start the book review of, The Illustrated Guide to Edible Wild Plants, I am not an expert on edible plants by any means. Always triple check your information and never eat anything that you can’t 100 percent identify.… Continue reading The Illustrated Guide to Edible Wild Plants