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  • In the guide shack, listening to the rain on the roof, reading a book by headlamp…
    In the guide shack, listening to the rain on the roof, reading a book by headlamp about a downeast fishing guide. Day two of the spring semester done. Looking forward to the end of the snow and the road opening up. All good so far.  View this post…
    - 1 day ago23 Apr 14, 1:07am -
  • In between scrubbing buckets and going to the dump today, I learned I was famous…
    In between scrubbing buckets and going to the dump today, I learned I was famous and have a NY Times filmography page.  Now I need to get some of those star-shaped sunglasses. Embedded Link Tim Smith – Filmography – Movies & TV – NYTimes.co…
    - 4 days ago19 Apr 14, 8:42pm -
  • 26th Bushcraft Semester Course Begins This Weekend
    This weekend we begin our 26th semester program. Today I’m packing up the truck and canoe trailer. Tonight I’ll be watching my kids perform in a play, and tomorrow I’ll be heading to the field school. It will be a challenging beginning to the c…
    - 7 days ago17 Apr 14, 1:20pm -
  • Not safe for kids due to some off color language
    This is about 5 years old, shot at the field school. The area where we're cutting trees is now all a field. View this post on Google+ Post from: The Jack Mountain Bushcraft BlogNot safe for kids due to some off color languagePost from: The Jack Mo…
    - 7 days ago16 Apr 14, 6:09pm -
  • Windy overnight, some open water this morning
    Also some new snow and ice. Spring is coming. View this post on Google+ Post from: The Jack Mountain Bushcraft BlogWindy overnight, some open water this morningPost from: The Jack Mountain Bushcraft BlogWindy overnight, some open water this mornin…
    - 8 days ago16 Apr 14, 12:15pm -

SOAR Outdoors - Paul Sveum

  • Canvas Walled Winter- Acclimatization
    12/12/13First of all I want to say that I finally bought that second thermometer I have been meaning to acquire since I moved in and it, in it's infancy has already given me much to think about. To begin, it is 6 degrees outside and the air is 48 de…
    - 99 days ago14 Jan 14, 6:18pm -
  • Canvas Walled Winter- Cold Bubbles
    12/9/13The past few night have remained cold, dipping down to -10 and I would think close to -30 with the wind chill. I have found that this tent starts to lose the battle with the cold around that point, say -20 or less. At those cold temperature…
    - 6 Jan 14, 4:55pm -
  • Canvas Walled Winter- Welcome Winter
    12/7/13It was funny, the other night I was sitting on the front porch of the cabin drinking some tea thinking that this life (this winter at least) so far has been too easy. Now I don't need life to be difficult, far from it, but I was beginning to…
    - 27 Dec 13, 4:23pm -
  • Canvas Walled Winter- Back Behind the Wheel
    12/2/13Arlo and I in our usual spots- behind the wheel So after a whole mess of windshield time in the past few days, what with the holiday and all, I am finally back living the canvas lined American dream. Somewhere in the middle of the 6 hour dri…
    - 17 Dec 13, 7:01pm -
  • Canvas Walled Winter- Away
    11/27/13Making Lefse with Grandma- the highlight of going home for T-dayJust a small disclaimer: I am currently on sabbatical from the cabin due to our nation's need to keep the domestic turkey population under control, and when you look at the s…
    - 12 Dec 13, 7:00pm -

School Of The Forest

  • Open Water
    Canoe season has arrived! This morning I made my way over to the Jack Mountain Bushcraft Folk School in order to give Tim Smith a hand getting the six boats he’ll be taking with him to Maine out of his barn. The excitement seemed to build as one by…
    - 5 days ago18 Apr 14, 6:23pm -
  • Cabin Fever
      This past week brought us warmth and sun followed swiftly by brisk cool air and a light overnight snowfall. A chilly reminder to keep our sweaters handy and of what Spring means to those of us living in New England. The change in weather is here a…
    - 5 days ago18 Apr 14, 3:32pm -
  • Spring Has Sprung
    Spring has sprung here in New Hampshire and what a great day to be outside! Our students arrived at 10-am to a crackling fire already going. Just the thing to take the remaining chill out of the morning air as we discussed the excitement of the seaso…
    - 11 days ago12 Apr 14, 8:31pm -
  • Welcome To The School Of The Forest Blog
    If you’re interested in getting kids outside and helping them to learn to be more self reliant and confident as a result of learning wilderness bushcraft and survival skills, you’re on the right blog!  We’ll be adding content here soon, so sta…
    - 12 days ago11 Apr 14, 9:00pm -

Quest 4 Freedom - Sam Larson

  • Looks Good! But, Does It Work?
    After graduating from high school I spent the summer living in the north woods of Maine, while attending the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School. I enjoyed this summer very much for obvious reasons: I was in the woods, I was learning many valuable wildern…
    - 16 days ago8 Apr 14, 2:41pm -
  • Why Estately is DEAD WRONG About Zombie Attacks
    Recently an article was published on Estately.com in regards to how the United States would react to a Zombie attack. Usually I let pathetic articles go. There’s no need for rebuttle, since everyone knows they’re wrong, but in this case… it was…
    - 19 days ago5 Apr 14, 4:35am -
  • Don’t Be A Tourist. Be An Explorer
    Rather Listen? Check out the podcast for this post! The world is full of beautiful places. How we visit those places is up to us. In each place there is an adventure, but most will never find it.  Cameras in hand, caked with sunscreen, a tourist ent…
    - 56 days ago26 Feb 14, 6:01pm -
  • 12 Things You Didn’t Know About Me
    Rather listen? Check out the podcast for this post So, I’ve been blogging here consistently since I was 19 years old, but I have the feeling that most of you have no idea who I really am, even if you’ve read all of my posts from Arizona to Maine!…
    - 58 days ago24 Feb 14, 8:11pm -
  • Al’s Ideas For Saving Money For Your Adventure!
    It’s tough to pay for an expedition. I learned that when I sold my jeep to fly  to Arizona… and when I almost didn’t get to the Gila Wilderness last year… and right now as I am attempting to get sponsorship for my current expedition (and you…
    - 91 days ago22 Jan 14, 5:47pm -

Pathfinder Tom

  • Tomahawks online scout course
    I am proud to announce that Death Valley Magazine’s new Training Center (DVTC) is now open and enrolling it’s first course! Tom “Tomahawk” Moore’s (Co-Star of the hit TV wilderness survival show “Dude You’re Screwed) Tomahawk Scout Scho…
    - 55 days ago28 Feb 14, 3:36am -
  • DVM Expedition Cambodia
    There is still time for you adventurous Pimps to sign up for the Cambodia tour in March. Come join Me, James Price, Vanessa and Khuntia for the fun and adventure! http://www.deathvalleymag.com/dvm-expeditions/
    - 13 Jan 14, 4:22pm -
  • New tracking show on Discovery Channel – “Lone Target”
    I knida dig this new Tracking show on Discovery Channel called “Lone Target”. It reminds me of one that was out a few years ago with the former SAS operator Chris Ryan as the host – cant remember the name … Continue reading →
    - 12 Jan 14, 8:40pm -
  • Chaga tea / Kombucha
      Lately, I have been craving Chaga tea. Being here in Arizona it is kinda hard to come by due to it being a Boreal forest Growth. But, as luck would have it , my good Friend John G from … Continue reading →
    - 12 Jan 14, 8:29pm -
  • Making a Chemical fire
      ON a recent trip to Chilean Patagonia, my “friends” dropped me off on Corcovado volcano, with 6 golf clubs, a gallon of antifreeze, and a packet of Potassium Permanganate. Now, it the survival arena, it is pretty widely known … Continue read…
    - 5 Jan 14, 4:28pm -

Yukon's Quest

  • new-Boundary Water Expedition Day #9
    *The Best/Worst Day*February 26, 2014:         To put it nicely, lets just say today was a personal challenge at its best...          For the first time since my Marine Corps. years of experience, I was tested physically and mentally throu…
    - 4 hours ago23 Apr 14, 10:57pm -
  • -Boundary Waters Expedition Day #8
    *It's Not Delivery*February 25, 2014:  The Sun will always rise        With a full week of this journey behind us, our rhythm and routine has definitely become well established. Like clockwork each of us knows exactly what must get done in the…
    - 9 days ago14 Apr 14, 10:09pm -
  • YU-KON QUOTE ME #6
    "If I could ask you to remember one thing about me when I come to die... It's, that I lived."                                          -Yukon
    - 13 days ago10 Apr 14, 3:50pm -
  • -Boundary Water Expedition Day #7
    *Mirage*February 24, 2014:      Tucked away along the shores of Lake Jasper we continued our trek West into the cold and blistery winds of another day with temperatures around -20. It wasn't long before we came to yet another portage connecting us…
    - 17 days ago7 Apr 14, 1:40pm -
  • -Boundary Waters Expedition Day #6
    *The One Mile Day*February 23, 2014:            My biological clock has now taken effect after almost a week out here. 0600 give or take a minute or two and I'm wide awake. For at least another 15 minutes or so I lay there preparing myself for…
    - 25 days ago29 Mar 14, 10:19pm -

Skills For Wild Lives

  • Bushcraft Kit – Reflections After A Decade
    When I take up a new hobby or interest I have to work really hard to stop myself buying tons of new stuff. Bushcraft was a prime example. It's been a long road but now my habits are very different. Get the lowdown.Bushcraft Kit – Reflections After…
    - 11 Nov 13, 4:03pm -
  • Am I Mad To Take A Solo Wilderness Trip?
    When I tell people I’m off on solo wilderness trips, things could go either way. Am I mad? This seems to be the $64,000 question that they don’t ask.Am I Mad To Take A Solo Wilderness Trip?
    - 5 Nov 13, 12:19pm -
  • A Solo Canoe Trip To Millimagasset Lake, Maine
    I’m making my solo canoe trip in the green heart of northern Maine, the North Maine Woods. I’m headed for Millimagasset Lake. It's not a huge lake but at a few miles long by a couple wide it's a great place for a week or so of fishing, relaxing a…
    - 3 Oct 13, 7:18pm -
  • Outdoor Notebook & Phone Pouch
    I love to carry a notebook with me when I'm outdoors. It's so useful to be able to jot down ideas and notes as I find things of interest. These days I usually have an iPhone with me too. Wanting a way to keep these together with a couple of pens or p…
    - 19 Sep 13, 1:46pm -
  • Autumn Or Fall – It’s All The Same Really
    Catching up - damn I promised myself I wouldn't do this again - let's recap some of this summer's adventure and shenanigansAutumn Or Fall – It’s All The Same Really
    - 3 Sep 13, 7:26pm -

Man Gone Wild

  • Ice Climbing adventure and amazing dog sled
    Today was my favorite day of the trip. 7 am I was pickup by a ice climbing guide. A half hour drive brought us to this 90 meter waterfall. I looked at this waterfall with a little intimidation. My first couple climbs only went about half way up. It t…
    - 88 days ago26 Jan 14, 1:00pm -
  • Helicopter and gondola ride.

    - 88 days ago25 Jan 14, 4:56pm -
  • winter sleigh ride
    this had to be one of the coldest days. We had a sleigh ride which was cool but cold.
    - 97 days ago17 Jan 14, 1:00pm -
  • ice and angel falls
    ice walking and went to a frozen water fall called angel falls. This waterfall was an amazing site to see.
    - 97 days ago17 Jan 14, 2:54am -
  • Rocky Mountain train ride.
    Spent this day riding the train.
    - 100 days ago14 Jan 14, 1:43pm -

The Journey Yet To Come

  • On Certification
    Balancing bushcraft practice with the complexities of being intertwined with the modern world can be difficult. It gets particularly difficult for those who try to make their living teaching others bushcraft. How does one demonstrate their competence…
    - 56 days ago26 Feb 14, 10:10pm -
  • JMB Spring Term Day 35
    Date: May 25, 2009Location: JMB, Masardis, MaineI started floor tillering and basically spent the whole day doing that. (most exciting log entry ever)Accomplishments and Observations:1) Started floor tilleringInitial Reflections:I'm still not getting…
    - 31 Dec 12, 8:54pm -
  • Defining Bushcraft
       I recently read a thread on BushCraftUSA discussing how to (and whether to) define bushcraft. The thread ultimately went nowhere but it got me thinking about what the word means to me. Most of my time is spent studying ecology and that experien…
    - 31 Dec 12, 8:21am -
  • JMB Spring Term Day 34
    Date: May 24, 2009Location: JMB, Masardis, MaineAnother longbow day. I started work on the belly (thickness) and got the whole bow down to 1". I also switched from a a push knife to a spoke shave to clean out the tool marks and square the sides.Accom…
    - 31 Dec 12, 6:35am -
  • JMB Spring Term Day 33
    Date: May 23, 2009Location: JMB, Masardis, MaineMost of the day was spent carving my longbow. A lot of material needed to come off to create the proper taper. The carving process is just a matter of sitting down and getting it done (like many things…
    - 8 May 12, 6:45pm -

Big Fish Bushcraft

  • Shelter-craft
    Shelter building is one of my favorite parts of bushcraft. Thought I'd share some different shelter types I've built and lived in:Here's a hoop house that used a tarp and parachute for rain and bug protection. Didn't have to tie anything down, just u…
    - 30 Jan 13, 9:51pm -
  • I'll try to remember this guy,
    ... when I'm hiking the a.t. and thinking, "I should have cut the trail guide in sections and had them mailed to me in increments to save weight" or "I should have cut my hammock shorter to save weight" or "My pack should have been made out of cuben…
    - 23 Jan 13, 8:41pm -
  • Sam explores the Gila Wilderness
    Big Feesh here in Mass, nothin really worth mentioning on my end at the moment, but thought I'd give daps to fellow bushcrafter, Jack Mountaineer, and all around good guy Sam, who is soon to be embarking on his 100 mile Gila Wilderness trek, where he…
    - 16 Jan 13, 5:39am -
  • Off Topic - Reflecting on a season and a player I'll never forget
    (response to: What is your favorite season for your favorite NBA Player? from realgm.com)That 07-08 Pierce, was the pinnacle of Paul Pierce.His skill level, maturity, and athleticism reached respective heights we will never see again from P2.He pla…
    - 24 Dec 12, 1:19pm -
  • Yessir, another alcohol stove.
    Big Fish here, currently down in Mass for the holidays. Not much going on for the most part, just lounging around my family's house watching Moonshiners on discovery channel. Last night though I found an aluminum budweiser bottle in the fridge, and…
    - 22 Dec 12, 11:59am -

Boundary Waters Winter Expedition 2014

  • Movie Time!
    The footage in this video came from all of us, filmed at various times throughout the trip and was all captured at the discomfort of the one behind the lense. It was always a challenge capturing images on this trip due to the cold-batteries refused t…
    - 28 days ago26 Mar 14, 7:25pm -
  • Answering the Call or The Benefits of Running Your Mouth
    “The adventure is always and everywhere a passage beyond the veil of the known into the unknown; the powers that watch at the boundary are dangerous; to deal with them is risky; yet for anyone with the competence and courage the danger fades.” Jo…
    - 33 days ago21 Mar 14, 8:46pm -
  • There and Back Again
    It's been a little over a week since we packed up my truck in Ely, said our goodbyes and left the Boundary Waters behind to return to our lives that, by all appearances, have continued on just fine in our absence. My tent (yes I traded life on trail…
    - 33 days ago21 Mar 14, 8:17pm -
  • Plan B's
    I spent the morning packing, repacking, weighing, and sorting through our supply of food.  After a few hours of work (and tasting- to make sure it was all fit to eat of course, especially the chocolate) we now have five cardboard boxes of similar we…
    - 67 days ago15 Feb 14, 7:31pm -
  • The Bigger Picture
    One of the great challenges we are passing on to our children is figuring out how our relationship with the natural world, i.e. Nature, Outside, the Wild, fits into our current societal scheme. While we are all on our own path towards reestablishing…
    - 71 days ago11 Feb 14, 9:58pm -

Global Awareness, Local Action

  • Sustain-A-Raiser Starter Kit released for Earth Day!
    Today, in honor of Earth Day, G.A.L.A. released its Sustain-A-Raiser Starter Kit – a complete A to Z manual for any community group interested in launching their own sustainable home & yard makeover initiative.  It’s an exciting Earth Day indeed…
    - 1 day ago22 Apr 14, 9:55pm -
  • Volunteer of the Month: Beth Ruark!
    A giant thank you to Beth Ruark, G.A.L.A.’s March volunteer of the month! Beth is an expert in curriculum development and offered her insight and skills while G.A.L.A. was building curriculum for the Sustain-A-Raiser Starter Kit. Beth led G.A.L.A.…
    - 33 days ago22 Mar 14, 12:42pm -
  • Fly Fishing: Gear, Knot Tying, and Casting next up in G.A.L.A. and Jack Mountain Bushcraft School Monthly Self Reliance Workshop Series NH
    Local organizations Global Awareness Local Action (G.A.L.A.) and Jack Mountain Bushcraft School have collaborated to bring a Monthly Self Reliance Workshop Series to the NH Lakes Region, with the next workshop on April 9th. These workshops highlight…
    - 34 days ago21 Mar 14, 1:30pm -
  • National Groundwater Awareness Week
    Groundwater is essential to the health and well-being of humanity and the environment. Here at G.A.L.A. we recognize its’ vital role and the responsibility we all should take in preserving it. During this National Groundwater Awareness Week, learn…
    - 42 days ago13 Mar 14, 11:44am -
  • G.A.L.A. On Tour
    GALA On TOUR G.A.L.A. is hittin’ the road over the coming months to spread the word about the Sustain-A-Raiser (SAR) model with the aim of sprouting Community Partners across New England this summer.  If you are nearby any of these events below, o…
    - 44 days ago10 Mar 14, 5:30pm -

Philosophizing with a Hammer

  • My Squirrel Jihad
    Squirrels empty our birdfeeder every day. And they eat every peach on every tree, every summer. They don't eat the whole peaches, they just take one bite out of each of them. They do the same thing with the tomatoes. They chew down the co…
    - 15 days ago9 Apr 14, 12:58am -
  • Gear that Works: Duluth Trading Company "Fire Hose Work Pants"
    For years, Carhartt dungarees have practically been my uniform. Steve Jobs wore jeans and black turtlenecks, I wear canvas pants and polo shirts. He was a billionaire, but I have a hotter wife. Carhartt's quality has been slowly slipping, though. I'…
    - 41 days ago14 Mar 14, 12:58pm -
  • Civil Disobedience in Connecticut
    By some estimates, more than 300,000 previously law-abiding Connecticut citizens who believe the Bill of Rights applies to them are now felons. They've refused to comply with the state's new gun registration law. So far, most Connecticut gun owner…
    - 54 days ago28 Feb 14, 5:53pm -
  • Fire-starting Practice in the Rain
    Today was a day made for hypothermia, just above freezing and raining fairly hard. A foot of slushy snow on the ground. Since the paradox of fire is that the more you need one the more difficult it is to build, I figured I'd take a hike and practice.…
    - 7 Jan 14, 2:54am -
  • On Making Cider
    For much of human history, the safest things to drink had alcohol in them. "Hard" cider was very popular in England, and early emigrants from there brought apple seeds to New England.Grains required for the production of beer don't thrive in the nort…
    - 7 Nov 13, 1:28am -

Robo's Blog-O

  • They put my face on the picture box. Autographs starting at $20.
    A Maine TV station picked up the February edition of the DownEast Magazine article, "The Survivors" written about Jack Mountain Bushcraft School while I was attending the Summer/Fall Semester.  Lots of people ask me, 'Hey Rob, what'd ya do out in th…
    - 65 days ago18 Feb 14, 5:14am -
  • Made it to the Intermission
    The last 2 weeks in the woods have been amazing!  Myself and 6 other gents, through Jack Mountain Bushcraft School leisurely lived - no - thrived for the whole time we were out there.  Where is there?  A remote lake in the Northern Maine Woods. …
    - 67 days ago15 Feb 14, 7:00pm -
  • DownEast Magazine's Story on Jack Mountain Bushcraft!
    It was really cool talking to Brian the writer and interacting with Mark the photographer while they were putting the story together for this article.  It's a good article in the sense that Brian came up three separate times to observe the course an…
    - 85 days ago29 Jan 14, 1:54pm -
  • Places I Have Sleepen: The Finest Cardboard Box in all of Key West
    Late December 2008.  I had been camping out in the Everglades for about 2 weeks and thought it close enough to make a jump to Key West for a Saturday night.  Figured there’d be more going on there than the lake I was camping next to.  So, I pack…
    - 88 days ago25 Jan 14, 10:15pm -
  • The Best Sorts of Sports
          Now, I’ve always been into baseball.  In Japan, during the 7th inning stretch, everyone sings a song and then all at once let off these giant phallic-shaped balloons that whistle as they shoot into the air and then drop down on everyone.…
    - 91 days ago22 Jan 14, 11:22pm -

Delicious - JMBushcraft

Guide Spot

Jack Mountain Bushcraft School Videos

Friction Fire Class - Self Reliance Workshop Series NH
Friction Fire Class - Self Reliance Workshop Series NHMay 14th, Ossipee, NH. Friction fire workshop, part of our ongoing self reliance workshop series. https://galacommunity.org/archives/3087From:Jack Mountain Bushcraft SchoolViews:1080…
- 11 days ago12 Apr 14, 7:36pm -
Rocket Stove Cooking | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 25
Rocket Stove Cooking | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 25http://www.jackmtn.com | Short clip with Whiskey Jack cooking on a rocket stove.From:Jack Mountain Bushcraft SchoolViews:14000ratingsTime:01:54More inAutos & Vehicles
- 36 days ago19 Mar 14, 7:07am -
Moose At JMBS Field School
Moose At JMBS Field SchoolMother and yearling moose walking through the field right at us. They couldn't smell or hear us, and they can't see that well. — at T10 R5, Maine.From:Jack Mountain Bushcraft SchoolViews:2170ratingsTime:02:04M…
- 75 days ago8 Feb 14, 12:02pm -
Poling The Big Machias | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 23
Poling The Big Machias | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 23http://www.jackmtn.com A canoeing video of Tim poling up and snubbing down the Big Machias River during the June, 2011 Riverman Course. The camera gets a lit...From:Jack Mountain Bushcr…
- 91 days ago23 Jan 14, 2:53am -
Canoe Expedition Course (6 of 15) | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 31
Canoe Expedition Course (6 of 15) | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 31http://www.jackmtn.com Part 6 of 15 shot in the North Maine Woods on our spring bushcraft canoe expedition course. In this episode we join the group in camp ...From:Jack Moun…
- 6 Jan 14, 2:42am -
Canoe Expedition Course (3 of 15) | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 28
Canoe Expedition Course (3 of 15) | Jack Mountain Bushcraft Journal 28http://www.JackMtn.com Part 3 of 15 shot in the North Maine Woods on our spring bushcraft canoe expedition course. In this episode Tim demonstrates the knifi...From:Jack Moun…
- 4 Jan 14, 10:21am -

JMBS Photostream

Bridge And Snow
Bridge And Snow
- 7 days ago17 Apr 14, 12:41pm -
Streamside Tea
Streamside Tea
- 9 days ago14 Apr 14, 7:13pm -
School Of The Forest
School Of The Forest
- 11 days ago12 Apr 14, 7:29pm -
Eroded Riverbank
Eroded Riverbank
- 17 days ago7 Apr 14, 1:52pm -
Mud Season
Mud Season
- 23 days ago31 Mar 14, 3:31pm -
Chickee Sunset
Chickee Sunset
- 24 days ago31 Mar 14, 2:33pm -

Spring 2014 Wilderness Bushcraft Semester

Eroded Riverbank
Eroded Riverbank
- 17 days ago7 Apr 14, 1:52pm -

Boreal Snowshoe Expedition 2014

Morning Hauling
Morning Hauling
- 30 days ago24 Mar 14, 5:13pm -
Improvised Snowshoes
Improvised Snowshoes
- 30 days ago24 Mar 14, 5:12pm -
Tent By Candlelight
Tent By Candlelight
- 30 days ago24 Mar 14, 5:12pm -
Snowshoes & Stovepipe
Snowshoes & Stovepipe
- 30 days ago24 Mar 14, 5:12pm -
Lunch In Camp
Lunch In Camp
- 30 days ago24 Mar 14, 5:12pm -
Packing The Tent
Packing The Tent
- 30 days ago24 Mar 14, 5:12pm -

Wilderness Bushcraft Semester - Fall, 2013 Photo Group

And one for the cook
And one for the cook
- 28 Dec 13, 3:38pm -
Walking a canoe
Walking a canoe
- 28 Dec 13, 3:38pm -
Hand Drill
Hand Drill
- 28 Dec 13, 3:38pm -
Paddles enjoying a sunrise
Paddles enjoying a sunrise
- 28 Dec 13, 3:38pm -
Success!
Success!
- 28 Dec 13, 3:38pm -
Candied Grasshoppers
Candied Grasshoppers
- 28 Dec 13, 3:38pm -

The Moose Dung Gazette is the community site for the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School. The blogs listed are written by instructors, alumni and friends, and are the opinions and viewpoints of the individual authors, not necessarily The Jack Mountain Bushcraft School.