Food cooked over the fire always tastes best. But sometimes there is just no room or time to make a campfire before breakfast. This is where stoves like the Bushbuddy Stove come in. Let’s cook up some breakfast!
The last couple of months we have been working on something for you, to bring along on your adventures. Something that fits inside your pocket or pack. Something that will allow you to enjoy the outdoors even more!
Come along on our winter breakfast adventure. Where we show you the newest additions to our outdoor cooking kit: The Kelly Kettle Trekker and the Kelly Kettle Scout. And share a nifty way how you can raise the Kelly Kettle off the ground, to… Continue Reading “Winter Kelly Kettle Breakfast”
What do you carry when you are out and about? This is a question we receive very often! In this post we will break down every part of our gear with you. Explaining all about the what and why.
Even though nothing beats experience, books can be a valuable asset to your bushcraft arsenal. To get inspired, to help you to identify plants, to get lost in a story. In this post we share with you our ‘bushcraft library’. Books we gathered through… Continue Reading “Bushcraft Library”
The Five and Ten C’s of Survival/Survivability, are a solid base of essentials to build your bushcraft outdoor kit around. The items will provide some amazing insight in building your kit, buying new gear, and packing for new adventures. Showing you that we do… Continue Reading “The 5 and 10 C’s of Survival”
The sun on your face and a soft summer breeze. Your pack on your back, and new roads ahead. Counting countless stars. Evening talks with friends around the campfire. Summer is for adventures.
Spring is here – Hurray for lighter packs! This is what we bring on a light overnighter.
Part of the fun of planning adventures, is the preparation. Reading, and looking at drawings and pictures, brings inspiration and valuable knowledge. We share with you five of our favourite bushcraft and outdoor books.
About a year and a half ago I bought the Condor Nessmuk, after reading the book ‘Woodcraft and Camping’ by George W. ‘Nessmuk’ Sears. The book is written in a time when knowing your way in the woods was a vital skill. In his… Continue Reading “Experience with the Condor Nessmuk (long term review)”