The Lil’ Pursuer neck knife is custom made by Scott Davidson of Alto, Georgia.
Hello everyone! Today I’m going to talk about the Fireant wood burning stove.
A few weeks ago – the folks from Emberlit asked if I would try their Fireant titanium wood burning stove & write a review.
When humans discovered how to make fire, everything changed for the better. We gained the ability to cook our food, keep warm, and use heat to produce more advanced tools and materials. But in our modern world we can easily exist without the need to ever use open flame. Still, no one brags about how they can’t build a fire. On the contrary – most people are embarrassed after a failed attempt, while their respective camping buddies mocking their measly efforts. Our advanced world sometimes leaves us in an ironic primitive state.
Knowing a range of knots is a good way to untangle yourself from tricky situations in the great outdoors. A good repertoire of knots is also every sailor or angler’s way of proving they are worth their salt.
Most of the time, however, you’re only going to need to know a couple of knots really well, and be able to tie them every time without slipping up. The infographic below will give you a list of must-have knots for various situations, and best practices for tying them perfectly every time.
Posted by Claire Walters on Nov 27, 2014 in Blog | 2 comments
Hey Everyone! Updated: DEC 02, 2014. Please note. Most of the Sales have expired. There’s a few still offering deals through Dec. Scroll down to visit your favorite gear maker or explore the new.
I’ll leave this page live through Dec. Thank you for your continued support of the cottage gear makers!