Thanks for having me aboard; I'm interested in bushcraft because I'm also interested in witchcraft haha. The two are actually more closely related than most may think; lot of misconceptions about the Craft. I'm headed into the Rocky Mountains for a year and a day in the near future, and I need to know how to make all my own tools and clothing. I'm good on wilderness survival in general, but I don't just want to survive; I want to thrive, and eventually make a homestead where everything was made by my own hands, imbued with my blood sweat and tears. Magick tools in particular are much more powerful when they're crafted by the witch themselves using only natural materials; way too many I feel just buy a kit online and call themselves a witch and it annoys me lol; it's too far removed from the Tradition; too impersonal and detached. Probably my biggest interest right now is learning how to blacksmith in the wilderness using primitive tools; stone, bone, and wooden tools.