bushcraft


Axes

Axes are fantastic tools and one that I believe is important for bushcrafters to master.  On our 2 Day Axe Workshop the first thing I do is to look at different kinds of axes and then describe to our students the different parts of an axe.  Mostly they’re named after body parts, even if the order […]

axes | bushcraft | Kent | London | south east

Heat loss 1

Winter is upon us here in the British Isles and so staying warm and dry when outside becomes particularly important.  When I’m running survival courses I tell students that they should prioritise, and that their priority will always be the thing that will kill them first.  There’s a common rule that can be applied here, […]


Using electricity to light a fire

This article on using electricty to light a fire was originally published in The Bushcraft Journal issue 11 published in October 2016.  As it’s now completely free there’s no excuse for not getting a copy! Using electricity to light a fire When I’m teaching electrical fire lighting methods, I often use the analogy of an […]

Using electricity to light a fire