Discussion in 'General Bushcraft Discussion' started by Fixedblade, Sep 14, 2018.
Find a stick and have the need to feather it? Thank you BCUSA!
No, but the thought is there a lot .
Some sticks just need feathering.
Absolutely. It's a regular occurrence for me.
I thought that was what sticks were for.
Do you ever find a stick and not have a need to feather it?
will sometimes do so even sitting in the city park as my son runs around,
Isn't that what sticks are for?
You should see the units I rough in at work. Feather sticks everywhere...
Quite often I sit on the steps with my hiking partner shooting the breeze and carving. Feather sticks and toothpicks, that's the limit of my ability. joe
If I think it'll be worth feathering yes....if I dont feel it necessary I dont waste the time......
No sir I don't.
But seine I started carving I'll never look at firewood the same way again.
It takes me twice as long as it used to split a rick of wood because I keep looking for spoons.
Yeah, I'm with you on that!
Sometimes it seems like the knife calls to the stick.
I feathered coffee stir sticks when no one was looking at my last job.
Good thing I’m not alone!
Gosh darn it I did it again.
Oh we where looking.
The stick police are looking for me.