18TH CENTURY LIVING HISTORY, HISTORICAL TREKKING, AND LONG TERM SURVIVAL.
Recognized your knife in Backwoodsman today, and sure enough, when I checked, it was your article. You get around, my friend!
Hi Gorges. I used to write for Charlie many years ago, several other magazines too. Regards, Keith.
Keith, thank you for this clarification on punk wood. I had tried to char what I thought was punk but then could not get it to catch a spark. I now understand why...it was only partly rotted and not really punk. Now I shall go on a search for real punk wood to char. Thanks again for this series.
You are most welcome Mountain Lady, glad it helped.Regards, Keith.
Good day..Always a pleasure to watch your videos on survival Keith, so next time I go camping I will certainly know what I am looking for.Thank you.Bron.I have a photo of a fungal I found on a large gum tree well over 50yrs old, I will post on profile if I can find it.
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