Very cool.....No easy tasks. Good job putting this together Iz.
Awesome whole bunch of first for me I guess that means I owe a couple cases of beer lol. It's gonna be a tough one buy then again if it wasn't chalenging then what's the point of doin it right. Very cool stuff Iz
Hey Iz.... So is this entirely separate from the Bushclass?
Meaning can I use an overnight for the Intermediate class as your solo overnight? As long as it was solo of course.
Oh....and I'm assuming no Birch for the splitwood fire in the rain?
This is way cool and I will work on this along with my other classes.
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Wow, no “twist paracord in your La-Z-Boy” on that list…
I guess I better finish Bushclass….
Inspirational and definitely something for me to strive for. It'll hopefully motivate me to "make" the time necessary to complete the tasks. Complete this and it would be a badge of honor. Thanks for the motivation brother
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This is an awesome opportunity. I look forward to the challenge. I WILL wear that tab. Thanks.
Correct, no birch bark for the s.w.f. in the rain. No "helpers" at all, this it he hardwoodsman tab for crying out loud!
Thanks for putting this up Iz. This along with the Bushclass is a great set of goals for any person wanting to spend time out in the bush and helps them to prepare mentally for any inconveniences out there. You won't find many armchair bushcrafters on this forum!
For the navigation bit - would a scan of my mountain leader recommendation or the cover of one of the 3 books I have written on walking in West Wales count?
There are not many places around these parts that I have not used map and compas to find - and as an Outdoors Skills Instructor I used to teach nav for various outdoor centres around Wales and Northern England....