Bushcraft & Survival Skills Magazine – Issue 72 – Jan/ Feb 2018
This issue features another smorgasbord of articles to inspire and ignite your passion for the great outdoors.
Kick starting this issue is Paul Kirtley’s “New Year’s Resolution – new skills article”, which ties into that goal-setting vibe that we feel at this time of year. Nick Allen provides a snap shot of “ Natural Navigation Techniques” you can try. Former SAS instructor Lofty Wiseman is back with another amusing and informative article on the importance of breathing in a survival situation.
We are delighted to have interviewed British explorer Ed Stafford, asking some of those intriguing questions you have always wanted to know. Ed is speaking at The Bushcraft Show 2018 so get your tickets early and spread the word! This issue features my Celebration of Canadian Canoe Culture and my recent canoe trip to Ontario. Continuing the international theme, Tim Gent sensitively writes about the Sami people of Northern Scandinavia, whilst Jonas Taurek shares his travels to the wilderness of Mongolia. There are more how-to projects with Ian Nairn’s ‘Bushcraft on a Budget’ Pemmican, Ben and Lois Orford’s guide to making a traditional style Ulu style knife and Ben Abbot’s latest challenge to make a collapsible pot hanger.
As always we hope you enjoy the magazine and use it to hone and develop new skills. We hope your New Year’s Resolutions provide more adventures and time in green spaces.
See you in the great outdoors.
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