Discussion in 'General Bushcraft Discussion' started by Wasp, Jun 20, 2018.
Photos taken at a place called Grafton Notch in the western hills of Maine near the NH border.
Quick run up boulder falls this morning.
That moon river place i feel the squatches lookin at me in pics
And yes, it needs mowing again...
Moon River is up by Georgian Bay, it’s definitely squatch territory
We need some rain now I think. Riding my bike up through the village I was struck by the different look the roadside grass bank has now compared with a few short months ago..
The farm workers who live in the cottages opposite have seen it all before, the cottages have been home to generations for a few years now..
Meanwhile, not far away, ladies and gents of all ages jump off the high Downland and float around like great coloured Butterflies on the hot air thermals rising from the surrounding land. Nearly 88F today, locally..That's hot for us...
Storm took out a channel marker. Deck crew drove a pile and installed a new port day board & light at the jetty entrance Sunset Beach, NC , Oct 1982. I was on the deck crew & young then. Not enough ibuprofen on earth for the old me to do that kind of work again.
In the rocky mountain national park today.
I'm not sure I would've approached that notch. The probability of finding a Star Trek crew observing me would mess with my thought patterns.
Got out in the jungle today...bird of paradise fields abound. I couldn't get up to the large fields because of swamp...
Taken while wandering around yesterday
Some old graffiti
Now I have to dig out some pictures. Former Boarswain Mate aboard a 175’ bouy tender and ANT team. Dirty, Dangerous, HARD work. Unless you have worked the deck of a black hull, you wouldn’t understand.
Sandy River in Strong?
Mr. and Mrs.. hen brook trout on the left, male on the right. A buddy and I fishing together a couple years ago.
If you noticed that entire pile is all sand. 3 foot deep hole . That particular property is close to the Rum River in Minnesota. The entire surrounding area there are many trees, Big Trees that have fallen over. There's no soil.. after I dug that hole I looked up some history on the area and found out much about how the water has moved the sand for decades and decades or longer of course , from up North towards down south through the whole state on The Rum River. That answered my questions on why are so many trees had fallin over.
Yeah, but at least you found that knife you were looking for...
No. This was at Screw Auger Falls in Newry.
Good one @bumma !
While I was out of town last week a squatter took over my patio light fixture.
Sunset over Apalachicola bay
Mmm, grilled goodness...
Lightship Columbia at the Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria, Oregon. The Coast Guard Cutter is an active duty Cutter.
Yesterday's commute home:
And on the news:
For those suffering from the heat, enjoy! Last winter, driving near my place.
Some foraged plants from the yard. Mullein, Self-heal, a little bit of Wood Sorrel. The Self-heal makes a great tea, works well for a sore throat.
out on lake Erie in the kayak last Sunday
Was trying to catch one feeding but I guess they are camera shy...
A fishing trip with two of my grandsons to a high lake today. Forgot the camera when we hiked to the lake but retrieved it for a trip to a high ridge. The country behind this shot is some of my favorite elk country.
On the South Fork of the Salmon River, Idaho. A raccoon has been cracking and eating clams.
@twisted2 , @Tdr
My favorite birds! Still trying to get a good pic of one.
Eastern fence lizard
Not yet ready