Bushcraft & Survival Skills Magazine – Issue 59
In this issue, there is plenty to inform and enthrall you this festive season. If you want to make a knife, or just understand the process of heat treating then follow Ben and Lois Orford’s step-by-step guide. To help you find some autumnal treats take a look at part two of Mark Williams’ ‘Know your Fungi’ and if you want to know what gets up SAS Survival Legend, Lofty Wiseman’s nose then don’t miss that article for a good chuckle.
You can read about a mid-winter canoe camping expedition with Tim Gent and if that gets you itching to get out there, then check out what Grant Neale has to say about portable power so that you don’t run out of charge. If you want a novel idea for an ‘outdoorsy’ loved one this Christmas, take a look at Christmas Bushcraft Gift Guide where we share some suggestions. Here’s hoping that they won’t be needed, but as the Scouts say ‘Be Prepared’, James Moore instructs us on wintertime first aid skills.
In keeping with the season, Geoffrey Guy shares winter bushcraft crafts idea and Prepper Steve Hart talks about what to do if it all goes wrong. For wildlife enthusiasts, Paul Donovan shares his knowledge on camping safely near animals, Pablo closes his series on UK mammals and you can study a detailed article about the Muntjac deer by Jason Ingamells. Our Bushcraft on a Budget expert, Ian Nairn, shows us how-to make a simple hobo stove.
As always there is a great feast for you to get stuck into ahead of your Christmas dinner, so, enjoy the read, enjoy the wonderful changing colours of Autumn and the festive season ahead of us…
Happy Bushcrafting and have a wonderful Christmas too!
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