I was wondering if there was a website or a book that you would recommend which teaches primitive skills and crafts. I have this one book on bushcraft which got me really interested in the subject
Joined: Feb 05, 2011
Paleoplanet used to be around, google it.
Also, no better way than to find teachers who practice these skills. Head out to prim-skill gatherings if you can. There are a number of large and small gatherings around the country, not sure where you're coming from...
urbanresistance wrote: I was wondering if there was a website or a book that you would recommend which teaches primitive skills and crafts. I have this one book on bushcraft which got me really interested in the subject
There are dozens of them. I have found most to be pretty good. I studies First People lore as a youngster which kept me "hanging out" in the woods a lot "pretending" I was a native and it was a time before the Europeans arrived. It was a lot of fun and quite a learning experience.
"When there is no life in the soil it is just dirt."
Joined: May 02, 2011
I got back Sunday from 4 days of camping in Idaho,there was a group of us there,and Ron Hood and his wife and and son were going to be there and Ron was going to teach some classes,the first day of this was Thursday,well Ron Hood died in his sleep some time Wednesday night.Ron was a real good guy,he will be missed