Bushcraft & Survival Skills Magazine – Issue 66
A creative fire has been ignited in this issue of Bushcraft & Survival Skills Magazine. With an exciting new design, new paper stock, new writers and new features, we are excited to take you with us on an amazing adventure in to 2017. Some of your favourite articles throughout the year have been how-to projects and we have received dozens of lovely letters from you showing us the creations you have made after following the step-by-step articles. This issue is no exception – we have ‘Making an Antler Stash Pot’, ‘Build a Mini-shelter’, ‘How-to build a Coracle’, then you can make a bushcraft on a budget hammock blanket, a step-by-step guide to make your own bow drill and cook some delicious Forest Fodder in a Dutch oven recipe.
If that’s not enough to get your creative juices going, read about the skills of blacksmith Matt Cox with his Norfolk Fire Poker. You cannot help but be inspired by primitive living expert, Will Lord who shows you the different Stone Age arrows and how they fit in to the prehistoric timeline. Human powered adventurer, Richard Harpham will motivate you to get your exploration boots on and seek adventure for 2017 and Lofty Wiseman will make you think about what New Year’s Resolutions to make, and how to keep them. When you want to keep adventuring into the wilds all year-round but need some ideas, Paul Kirtley gives you some amazing advice on how-to extend your bushcraft year.
New York Times bestselling author of BUSHCRAFT 101, Dave Canterbury shares his top ten must haves for gathering food. If you fancy yourself as a modern day womble, Naomi Walmsley shares her waste not want not ideas using nature’s own hardware store. And as always, there is so much more…