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  1. G1ZmO

    A very windy camp at Solway View with our grand-daughter

    Well we promised our grand-daughter to take her camping again this year but the weather has been shocking. We plumped for a weekend in April and headed south to Solway View Camping near Kirkcudbright (pronounced Kir-coo-bray) which is around 2 hours from home. We headed down on Friday morning...
  2. Camping in Glen Derry

    Camping in Glen Derry

    Camping in Glen Derry in the Cairngorms
  3. Camping in Glen Derry

    Camping in Glen Derry

    Cairngorms April 2019
  4. Rathwulven BC

    Autumn Overnighter On An Island

    No real explanation needed, we just went out to enjoy the last warm days of the year:
  5. Kitstaa

    Craghoppers hammock

    Hello folks and apologies for being inactive for a while (had a lot of exams etc.) I bought this hammock a few days to try out as I haven't been able to persuade myself to buy a hammock before! It was reduced to £22.50 and so I thought that now is the time to get one.. Took it out yesterday in...
  6. Keith

    Do Any Of You Go Camping?

    Do any of you go camping with your bug-out equipment & practice skills? Keith.
  7. M

    Search for land owners

    Hi guys New to the forum here and looking forward to learning a thing or two from you all, read some great threads so far! So the legalities of wild camping in the UK are pretty much known by all on here I guess, giving me the same issue I’m sure many of you do - how to find landowners in...
  8. Keith

    Making Camp.

    Most of my trekking & camping is done in winter here. Keith.
  9. Keith

    In A Woodsrunner's Camp.

    After seeing Mark's post I thought I would post this one. I find this one a bit long winded, I should have edited out the long lead in time. Still it is watchable if you find this sort of thing interesting. Keith.
  10. Keith

    Skills List.

    This is a basic skills list that we have for our group members to learn & practice. It is historical, & it is for a long term wilderness living/survival situation. Woodsrunner’s Skills. New England Colonial Living History Group 1680-1760. This is a list of basic skills in which we expect an...
  11. Keith

    My Equipment List.

    This list is obviously not what you would expect a person to carry for a weekend of camping/bushcraft, but it is what I carry on all my treks regardless of the duration. Keith. My Equipment List. .62 cal/20 gauge flintlock fusil. 42 inch barrel. .70 caliber smoothbore flintlock pistol. Gun...
  12. Keith

    A Woodsrunner's day. Parts 1,2,& 3

  13. Keith

    How I Lay My Fire.

  14. Keith

    Making Camp.

  15. Keith

    A Woodsrunner's Day Part One.

    This is part one of a 5 video series on the the skills/equipment/lifestyle of an 18th century woodsrunner. If there is any interest shown I will gladly post the rest of this series if requested. Keith.
  16. Cloud Talker

    Walk On Bras D'or Safely

  17. Cloud Talker

    Tapping Maple Trees For Sugar Part 3

  18. Cloud Talker

    Cloud Talker's Cabin Part 1

  19. Cloud Talker

    Cloud Talker's Camp Part 1

  20. Keith

    Living History/historical Re-enactment Groups Uk.

    For anyone who is interested in learning period living skills & primitive skills in a group, this link below will take you to a PDF listing of groups in the UK. file:///C:/Users/Keith/Downloads/reenactment%20group%20update.pdf