Discussion in 'General Bushcraft Discussion' started by BushBum, Oct 16, 2009.
When you're on a hike and your wife points out photo ops for you to post here!
You know you’re a Bushcrafter when you pull up a picture of the inn that you are staying at on vacation and show your wife and daughter the stream that runs behind it. Then you inform them, “hey, with the sawyer that daddy just ordered we can drink from that.”
I know a Sawyer,thats his trade,he filters beer but it's not drinkable!
You know you are a Bushcrafter when you are at work, see cattails, covered in fluff, and think.......I can reach those.....
... when your wife says she needs a key fob for a set of keys and you make one for her:
Discovering all your gear is multi-use gear. The importance of gear with many uses is just dawning on me as I learn more about bushcraft essentials, if you will.
... when you always have your silky saw in your backpack
... when you're constantly looking at the various herbs along the sidewalk
... when you always have a ferro rod in your pocket
... when you always keep a small hank of paracord in your pocket
... when you always have a steel striker in your backpack
... when you always have your blue foam sit-pad in your backpack
Just to name a few i'm quite guilty of Those are the staples anyways!
...when making a nice dinner FAST means getting your bush knife from the car because the house knives are too dull and clumsy.
Dinner was hash brown patties with riced cauliflower, cheddar cheese, onion, peppers, and grilled chicken strips. Topped with sour cream and onion powder.