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Review: Terävä Skrama & Jääkäripuukko

Review: Terävä Skrama & Jääkäripuukko

We have already talked about how your different needs as a bushcrafter, prepper, survivalist or general outdoors person dictate what kind of knife, or knives, you should look for. A survivalist, for example, looks for a single general-purpose knife that is decent at...

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Review: Leo Köhler Multicam KSK-Smock

Review: Leo Köhler Multicam KSK-Smock

If you want to go outdoors in all seasons and weather, then good clothing is essential to your whole experience and your comfort in nature. What you need may vary a little bit depending on how you tend to spend your time when you are out, but some things are generally...

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Review: Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife

Being Swedish, the town Mora more or less equates to knives and I would even go so far as to claim that "Mora" is pretty much a synonym for the word "knife", here in Sweden, much like Wellingtons are a synonym for rubber boots in the UK. Say the word, and people will...

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Review: BE Bushbox XL Combination Kit

While carrying a certain romantic image, cooking food outdoors over open fire has up until recently been a rather inefficient method, requiring both a lot of firewood and a lot of work for preparing it. However, in the last decade or so, a very fuel efficient type of...

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Review: Peltonen Sissipuukko Ranger Knife m95

Being Swedish and having lived my whole life with Mora knives which are typical of the traditional Nordic knives with their simple grips, flat "Scandi" grind and very sharp edges that are wonderful for everyday outdoors chores, I am very much coloured by that...

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The Sound of the Raven

Some of my favourite sounds in the woods are the sounds that the raven make. After the raven disappearing almost completely, the forests I go into now have quite a lot of them and on a lucky day you can see 10-15 of them together, although more commonly you see or...

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Sviðna, Svedjebruk and Slash & Burn cultivation

Out of the ashes that is left after the burning of peat, bushes and sticks a remarkable fertility now arises, so that especially if you therein sow winter rye, beets, poppy, flax or hemp, a rich and plentiful harvest is generated. Olaus Magnus, Historia de gentibus...

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Why go on solo hikes?

Camping and hiking for most people means a group activity, something you do with your friends and family to provide company and comfort in an environment that is unfamiliar, and at night for many even a bit scary. Going solo however, has its own merits and I will here...

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Dangers of winter and how to prepare

Wintertime and cold weather pose their own particular challenges, discomforts and dangers and you need to know a few basics to make life easier and safer under the conditions these seasons offer for your outdoors life. This article collects advice that attempt to...

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Nordic words for snow

In the parts of the world, or more specifically, the regions and places where snow has a direct influence on people's lives, it is quite common for people to have different words describing the characteristics of the snow based on how it influences their lives in...

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Let kids play with knives

I was fortunate to grow up in a time and place where it was quite normal for kids, and boys in particular, to use knives, cutting twigs and branches into various usable items, like sausage sticks, bow and crossbow arrows, staves etc, etc, not to mention a whole lot of...

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Review: The Knife Connection ESEE knife handles

Some time ago we reviewed the fantastic ESEE-4, ESEE-5 and the ESEE-6 knives. These are great, rugged knives, primarily designed for survival rather than regular outdoors situations, and in spirit the American equivalents of the Swedish Fällkniven F1, S1 and A1...

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Review: Ricoh-Pentax WG-5 GPS Adventure Camera

Although I have worked as a commercial photographer with various system cameras as well as VR photography kits, this is not the angle I will be writing from today. Instead, I will be writing from the perspective of an outdoorsman with the particular considerations...

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Review: Fällkniven A1, S1 & F1

Today we will review three knives by a Swedish brand that oddly enough is little known to the common Swede, but which is a proper success story of a company that enjoys great respect for their high quality knives, by professionals and civilians alike, worldwide....

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Review: Katadyn Basecamp Pro 10L

When you go outoors for a few days or more, you have a three basic needs you need to satisfy; something to eat, something to keep you warm & dry, and something to drink. Food is often difficult to find in large enough quantities in nature and thus needs to be...

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Learning to handle being lost

Getting lost for some time in the wild isn't necessarily a bad or dangerous experience and also something you can practice in gradually more difficult environments. Here are some tips based on personal experience of getting "lost" in the woods every now and then.  It...

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Review: Warbonnet Blackbird XLC Hammock

As an outdoorsman, or -woman, moving from sleeping on the ground to suspended in a hammock is one of the most revolutionary steps you can take. It really changes things quite dramatically. Many suffer from lack of sleep when camping, commonly due to feeling...

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Canoeing alone the easy way

So having just gotten back from a couple of days of canoeing and having watched a flock of highschool teens loudly struggling with little resulting movement and control, here are a few basic tips primarily for those who would like to learn to paddle alone, but with...

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Life in circles – small ponderings

Happy the man, who, remote from business, after the manner of the ancient race of mortals, cultivates his paternal lands with his own oxen, disengaged from every kind of usury; he is neither alarmed by the horrible trump, as a soldier, nor dreads he the angry sea; he...

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A list of things you should get to better enjoy nature

The range of products available for hiking and camping is today pretty overwhelming, with specialized high tech gear and gadgets that can often cost a fortune or two. However, much of it is quite unnecessary, and only a few items are strictly needed, while a few more...

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Walking with ease and awareness

We all have a natural tendency to try to choose the shortest and the easiest route as we travel to a location. The fundamental desire is to not exhaust oneself unnecessarily, preserving energy, which of course is wise. However, finding the middle way between those two...

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On George Washington “Nessmuk” Sears

George Washington Sears (December 2, 1821 – May 1, 1890), might not be so internationally famous, but among American bushcrafters he is without doubt one of the most well-known and influential early fathers of the whole lifestyle, inspiring other renowned outdoorsmen...

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The importance of knowing a basic set of skills for nature

Despite being vaguely aware of history and what came before us it is almost impossible to emotionally not feel as if everything has always been more or less the way it is now. As humans we are very much focused, for natural reasons, on the absolute present and it is...

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Review: ESEE-4, ESEE-5 & ESEE-6 knives

ESEE Knives, formerly R.A.T Cutlery is one of the most well-regarded cutlers in the USA, a cutler with a strong reputation for quality, and with the owners Jeff Randall and Mike Perrin standing by their products no matter what. Their personal integrity is...

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Everyman’s Right in the Nordic countries

While most countries in the western world designate certain remote and less populated state or commune-owned areas for camping and hiking, most of the Nordic countries handle this quite differently and in a way that surprises many from other parts of the world....

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Hiking alone for the first time?

So, you are considering hiking alone for the first time? What can you expect from that experience? Well first of all, it will be an amazing and strong experience. There will be no distraction from other people (hopefully) and it is just you and nature, meaning you...

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Small practical tips on bushcrafting and life in the woods.

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Northern Bush added 2 new photos to the album Bushcrafting & practical skills.

Small practical tips on bushcrafting and life in the woods.

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Finally done with the 1950s half-tang sawtooth-back hunting dagger from AB Moraknivar Färnäs (Hallin & Co). The blade has been resharpened as it had some burrs on the edge, and polished with Autosol. The handle has had the old varnish sanded off and its been soaked in linseed oil and finally polished with some beeswax. The sheath has also had the steel sanded clean and then polished with Autosol. The leather has been brought back to health with leather balm, a mix of lanolin, , i.e. wool fat, vaseline, beeswax and mink oil.

Very happy with the results. A knife well worth considering for Morakniv to bring back as a competitior to the OKC Blackbird.

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Finally done with the 1950s half-tang sawtooth-back hunting dagger from AB Moraknivar Färnäs (Hallin & Co). The blade has been resharpened as it had some burrs on the edge, and polished with Autosol. The handle has had the old varnish sanded off and it's been soaked in linseed oil and finally polished with some beeswax. The sheath has also had the steel sanded clean and then polished with Autosol. The leather has been brought back to health with leather balm, a mix of lanolin, , i.e. wool fat, vaseline, beeswax and mink oil.

Very happy with the results. A knife well worth considering for Morakniv to bring back as a competitior to the OKC Blackbird.
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The basic tools used when restoring old knives:

1. 5-56 (WD40) for first cleaning away rust & grime from steel.
2. Fine abrasive sponge, used both for steel, wood, paint and varnish removal, and even rough sharpening of convex grinds.
3. 3 rods from Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker, usually used on their own as it is more dynamic. (coarse diamond, medium-grit (brown) stone and fine ceramic). Start working against the flats of the triangular rods, finish against the edges.
4. Autosol, for getting rid of fine scratches and for polishing all metal. Polish lengthwise without any circular or crosswise motions.
5. A leather belt for stropping (not in the picture)
6. Leather balm for giving leather new life. Rub it in using your fingers. (This one contains lanolin, i.e. wool fat, vaseline, beeswax and mink oil)
7. Linseed oil (preferably cold-pressed) for giving wood new life. Just put the handle in the jar and let it soak for several hours. Wipe it off, polish and let it dry. Repeat if needed. Put a lid on the jar when not used.
8. Dry paper baby wipes, both for covering the blade to avoid getting cut and to avoid getting fingerprints and oxidation/rust on the blade. Also used for wiping and polishing the autosol and the linseed oil. Remember to soak the wipes in water and keep them in an airtight container to avoid the linseed oil catching fire from spontaneous combustion.

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The basic tools used when restoring old knives:

1. 5-56 (WD40) for first cleaning away rust & grime from steel.
2. Fine abrasive sponge, used both for steel, wood, paint and varnish removal, and even rough sharpening of convex grinds.
3. 3 rods from Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker, usually used on their own as it is more dynamic. (coarse diamond, medium-grit (brown) stone and fine ceramic). Start working against the flats of the triangular rods, finish against the edges.
4. Autosol, for getting rid of fine scratches and for polishing all metal. Polish lengthwise without any circular or crosswise motions.
5. A leather belt for stropping (not in the picture)
6. Leather balm for giving leather new life. Rub it in using your fingers. (This one contains lanolin, i.e. wool fat, vaseline, beeswax and mink oil)
7. Linseed oil (preferably cold-pressed) for giving wood new life. Just put the handle in the jar and let it soak for several hours. Wipe it off, polish and let it dry. Repeat if needed. Put a lid on the jar when not used.
8. Dry paper baby wipes, both for covering the blade to avoid getting cut and to avoid getting fingerprints and oxidation/rust on the blade. Also used for wiping and polishing the autosol and the linseed oil. Remember to soak the wipes in water and keep them in an airtight container to avoid the linseed oil catching fire from spontaneous combustion.

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All done with the cleaning, sanding and polishing. Now it is just a matter drinking good coffee while letting the linseed oil do its magic.

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Northern Bush added a new photo to the album New life to old knives.

All done with the cleaning, sanding and polishing. Now it is just a matter drinking good coffee while letting the linseed oil do its magic.

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Yet another fun old Mora knife to restore back into good shape. This time a hunting knife from ca 1950, with a sawtooth back and double edged dagger blade, manufactured by AB Knivfabrik in Färnäs, formerly Hallin & Co.

Northern Bush shared their photo.

Yet another fun old Mora knife to restore back into good shape. This time a hunting knife from ca 1950, with a sawtooth back and double edged dagger blade, manufactured by AB Knivfabrik in Färnäs, formerly Hallin & Co.
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One of the most beautiful Northern woods is birch burl and it has been used traditionally for many things, including knife handles, kuksa and bowls. Regular burl is caused by stress and is a result of injury, fungus or virus, causing the deformity. With Masur Birch however, it is a genetic deficiency causing the vril, the outgrowths from the tree.

This is removed from the tree and then the wood is carefully dried - often boiled for 5-12 hours in water with a mix of ca 0.15kg salt and 0.05kg sugar per 10 litres of water. When it has cooled off, the bark is carefully removed. The ends of the fibres are then covered with glue so it dries evenly, and the wood is left to rest for a year in the dark at cool temperature before being used.

The deformities causes beautiful twirls in the wood grain, which can be enhanced with linseed oil. This big old bowl is unfinished and will be polished and oiled soon, and I expect the end results to be beautiful.

Northern Bush added a new photo to the album Bushcrafting & practical skills.

One of the most beautiful Northern woods is birch burl and it has been used traditionally for many things, including knife handles, kuksa and bowls. Regular burl is caused by stress and is a result of injury, fungus or virus, causing the deformity. With Masur Birch however, it is a genetic deficiency causing the "vril", the outgrowths from the tree.

This is removed from the tree and then the wood is carefully dried - often boiled for 5-12 hours in water with a mix of ca 0.15kg salt and 0.05kg sugar per 10 litres of water. When it has cooled off, the bark is carefully removed. The ends of the fibres are then covered with glue so it dries evenly, and the wood is left to rest for a year in the dark at cool temperature before being used.

The deformities causes beautiful twirls in the wood grain, which can be enhanced with linseed oil. This big old bowl is unfinished and will be polished and oiled soon, and I expect the end results to be beautiful.
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Having problems lighting a match due to wind? Try holding the match near vertical first, allowing it to catch proper fire more quickly, before the wind gets a chance to blow it out. Of course shielding it with your other hand is also important.

Northern Bush added a new photo to the album Bushcrafting & practical skills.

Having problems lighting a match due to wind? Try holding the match near vertical first, allowing it to catch proper fire more quickly, before the wind gets a chance to blow it out. Of course shielding it with your other hand is also important.
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Heres a tip coming from Sami tradition. If you wish to boil water or coffee, do not put your pots and kettles right over the smoking fire as that will cover them in soot and grime. Instead put it next to the fire, on the wind side. The heat will make the water boil, and your pots will be a lot cleaner as a result.

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Here's a tip coming from Sami tradition. If you wish to boil water or coffee, do not put your pots and kettles right over the smoking fire as that will cover them in soot and grime. Instead put it next to the fire, on the wind side. The heat will make the water boil, and your pots will be a lot cleaner as a result.

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1940-50s Böhlmark & Co ad for the Frost Moose Hunter Knife No. 127/237, sporting a high-carbon steel blade, moose antler handles, and a leather sheath that was partly covered with sealskin.

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Northern Bush added a new photo to the album New life to old knives.

1940-50s Böhlmark & Co ad for the Frost Moose Hunter Knife No. 127/237, sporting a high-carbon steel blade, moose antler handles, and a leather sheath that was partly covered with sealskin.

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Throughout history and still to this day, people living simpler lives with traditional customs closely tied to nature are often regarded as primitive and lesser knowing, while in reality usually having quite complex philosophical beliefs and generations of well-tried wisdom and knowledge relating to nature and manufacture of tools, clothing and processing of food sources in nature. 

And not only that, they all also have cultural expressions in decorating their bodies, clothing and tools. The Sami are no exception to this and their decorative traditions are quite intricate, used for clothing, jewelry, needle, match & snuff houses, salt flasks, knives, drinking cups and more. In 1920 a book entitled Mönsterbok för samisk hemslöjd (Pattern book for Sami crafting), describing the methods for making a traditional Sami knife and kuksa was made, including a library of patterns for decoration and descriptions of traditional tin wire embroidery. It is a fantastic book. It was also reproduced in 1970. We have added this book to our library now. You can find it here:
http://northernbush.com/reading/library/

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Throughout history and still to this day, people living simpler lives with traditional customs closely tied to nature are often regarded as primitive and "lesser knowing", while in reality usually having quite complex philosophical beliefs and generations of well-tried wisdom and knowledge relating to nature and manufacture of tools, clothing and processing of food sources in nature.

And not only that, they all also have cultural expressions in decorating their bodies, clothing and tools. The Sami are no exception to this and their decorative traditions are quite intricate, used for clothing, jewelry, needle, match & snuff houses, salt flasks, knives, drinking cups and more. In 1920 a book entitled "Mönsterbok för samisk hemslöjd" (Pattern book for Sami crafting), describing the methods for making a traditional Sami knife and kuksa was made, including a library of patterns for decoration and descriptions of traditional tin wire embroidery. It is a fantastic book. It was also reproduced in 1970. We have added this book to our library now. You can find it here:
http://northernbush.com/reading/library/

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Another very unusual Mora knife, made by Erik Frost and with a very long clip point on this fairly short blade. Unknown dating, but guessing 1960s or before. Will be restoring this shortly.

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Another very unusual Mora knife, made by Erik Frost and with a very long clip point on this fairly short blade. Unknown dating, but guessing 1960s or before. Will be restoring this shortly.

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This city is more known for sabres and hunting & military knives made by e.g. Pontus Holmberg and Johan Alfred Hellberg. Here, unknown maker though.

And as people dont value these today, it was bought for less than 4€

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Northern Bush shared their photo.

This city is more known for sabres and hunting & military knives made by e.g. Pontus Holmberg and Johan Alfred Hellberg. Here, unknown maker though.

And as people don't value these today, it was bought for less than 4€

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Just some fun things done while out in the woods.

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Northern Bush added 9 new photos to the album Woodcarving.

Just some fun things done while out in the woods.

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It is sometimes said that The best knife is the one you always carry with you and this is true not for just knives. Things that are too uncomfortable or too impractical to bring or carry just wont be used as imagined at home. 

So for everyday carry, I always wear my easy to wear EKA Swede 10. And when out in the woods, I usually dont bring my larger binoculars, unless I am out for a short day hike with light packing. A cheap, small binoculars is quite enough and is easy to carry around the neck or in a pocket, for easy access when I want to observe something in the landscape or need to check my bearings and decide on what route to take. And as a bonus, even a very cheap binoculars will do for 95% of my uses.

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It is sometimes said that "The best knife is the one you always carry with you" and this is true not for just knives. Things that are too uncomfortable or too impractical to bring or carry just won't be used as imagined at home.

So for everyday carry, I always wear my easy to wear EKA Swede 10. And when out in the woods, I usually don't bring my larger binoculars, unless I am out for a short day hike with light packing. A cheap, small binoculars is quite enough and is easy to carry around the neck or in a pocket, for easy access when I want to observe something in the landscape or need to check my bearings and decide on what route to take. And as a bonus, even a very cheap binoculars will do for 95% of my uses.

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Very happy to say that Lundhags are letting us test their Skare boot this winter. It is an advanced but highly practical boot with a removable inner shoe made from wool. Quick lacing and reliable materials, with a weight of 738gr.

Weve loved the Forest boot, using it every time we step into the woods, through mud, water and brush, so it will be quite exciting to test these. Love the removable liner already.

LUNDHAGS

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Northern Bush added a new photo to the album Clothing.

Very happy to say that Lundhags are letting us test their Skare boot this winter. It is an advanced but highly practical boot with a removable inner shoe made from wool. Quick lacing and reliable materials, with a weight of 738gr.

We've loved the Forest boot, using it every time we step into the woods, through mud, water and brush, so it will be quite exciting to test these. Love the removable liner already.

LUNDHAGS

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The Borrås Skåra, a crack in the mountain where there are also traces of an Iron Age hill fort. This is where Astrid Lindgrens Ronia the Robbers Daughter was originally supposed to be shot, but the 2 feet wide passage in the crack of the mountain turned out to be too narrow for the horses

Northern Bush added 51 new photos to the album 161105 Day Hike Borrås Crack & 18th cent Åkraberg Farm.

The Borrås Skåra, a crack in the mountain where there are also traces of an Iron Age hill fort. This is where Astrid Lindgren's Ronia the Robber's Daughter was originally supposed to be shot, but the 2 feet wide passage in the crack of the mountain turned out to be too narrow for the horses
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Quick tip: Tie a loop of string and fold it over several times over the ridgeline and pull it through itself. That way you have a stopper that you can place where you want whatever hangs from the line to hang. The friction locks it in place. You can of course also hang things from it, but here it just functions as a simple stopper.

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Quick tip: Tie a loop of string and fold it over several times over the ridgeline and pull it through itself. That way you have a "stopper" that you can place where you want whatever hangs from the line to hang. The friction locks it in place. You can of course also hang things from it, but here it just functions as a simple stopper.

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Just some photos I took, some for fun, some for illustrative purposes for future articles. Thus the egocentred selfie lot of pics.

Not too cold in the air, but the strong autumn winds made it quite cold still, especially at night with heavy rains. Very glad I brought the top quilt from Hammock Gear with me.

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Northern Bush added 34 new photos to the album Short Hike Pike Waters Fall 2016 — at Vättlefjälls naturreservat Gäddvattnet

Just some photos I took, some for fun, some for illustrative purposes for future articles. Thus the egocentred selfie lot of pics.

Not too cold in the air, but the strong autumn winds made it quite cold still, especially at night with heavy rains. Very glad I brought the top quilt from Hammock Gear with me.

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Heres an old Sami lazy trick for when the sheath is getting so worn that the knife is loose and risk falling out. Just put a piece of birch bark in the sheath as you slide the knife in. That way it is secure, and you also have tinder with you, easy at hand. Just replace it as you use it up, bit by bit. The Sami of old used to do this with their leuku/stuorra niibi & puukko/unna niibaš as well as some of their bear spears as they got old.

#bushcraft #northernbushnews #outdoors #survival #prepper #sami

Northern Bush added a new photo to the album Bushcrafting & practical skills.

Here's an old Sami lazy trick for when the sheath is getting so worn that the knife is loose and risk falling out. Just put a piece of birch bark in the sheath as you slide the knife in. That way it is secure, and you also have tinder with you, easy at hand. Just replace it as you use it up, bit by bit. The Sami of old used to do this with their leuku/stuorra niibi & puukko/unna niibaš as well as some of their bear spears as they got old.

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