The next generation

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Wisdom, Jun 5, 2018.

  1. Wisdom

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    As a kid, I was constantly in the woods whittling and building fires. I had no clue what bushcraft was. When I was around 7 I got a book called woodcraft that had some detailed instruction on how to build things in the woods. After that I was hooked! I'm trying to build that same enthusiasm in my daughter. I try to find meals, and wood crafts that build skill and perks interest. Below are a few things we do together. What fun woodcraft ideas could you share with me to improve both our skill levels?

    Tension trays, makes a great plate for fish or other foods. No cordage needed. IMG_1291.JPG

    Baskets for egg gathering or blackberry picking
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    Silverware
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    Do you whimmydiddle?
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    How could you watch the movie without making one? Careful, this thing can knock your goodgooglies loose! Bullroarer
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