The Spruce Bog Boardwalk trail in Algonquin Provincial Park, is a wheelchair accessible loop which follows two separate bogs. The Sunday Creek Bog and a small kettle bog. This enables viewing of little known bog habitats.
In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Show we discuss the recent flooding in Alberta, Canada as well as some of the unfortunate events surround being forced from your home during a natural disaster. Details of the Fires and Floods can be found here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/05/13/alberta-wildfire-evacuation-nordegg-lodgepole.html Our special guest on the show was Mark Morey from […]
In a survival situation, it can be very helpful to know how to create a bow for use in hunting. This is a video tutorial of how to enter the woods, find a suitable branch or small tree, and create a useable bow. If you are seeking private archery lessons in the Niagara falls, […]
Saturday, July 12 – 2008 11:00 – 14:45 Start: 10:00 Roads: Dry / Clear Visibility: 24km Temp: +30C Area: Charles Dailey Park Vehicle: Blue Pontiac Grand Prix Weather: Mostly Cloudy Trail Conditions: Dry Hikers: Wolf, Chris Plan: Find an island in the 16 mile creek GPS: 43 09.98N by 79 19.88W 08:00 Wake up early […]
The forest is my chapel.
The trees are the pillars and walls of an endless cathedral.
The wind in the trees is my choir.
The land gives me water for my thirst and food for my famine.
My blades grant me safe passage
give me food and make my shelter.
Nature is my religion and I am her preacher
~ Matt M.