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Georgia Bushcraft Virtual Gathering 2020 - 3 Bs of Bushcraft

by Craig Caudill | 28 March, 2020

Adapt, improvise and overcome...we should all be better at doing this, it applies to so many things in life.  

I was invited to teach at the Georgia Bushcraft Spring Gathering....

COVID 19 Discount Bonanza

by Craig Caudill | 17 March, 2020

Kick COVID 19 in the teeth with these discounts.   Take that Cornhole virus!!  

 

Harbingers of Spring

by Craig Caudill | 11 March, 2020

Harbinger  - a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of another.

There are not too many people in rural America that do not have a family or friend that talks about the “signs”.  In this writer’s opinion......


The Evolution of 12 Hard-Use Hatches and Axes - a "A Dirty Dozen"

by Craig Caudill | 02 March, 2020

When you pick up an axe for hard use, you pick up a piece that is part of a long line of history going back thousands of years.   Our ancestors had the habit of using both small cutting tools and large ones.  There is ample evidence to prove that it was the development of the axe that helped propel us forward into the world that we live in today. 

Fast forward those thousands of years, and I find...........

Gun Sales Fund Wildlife Conservation

by Craig Caudill | 12 February, 2020

f you enjoy seeing game and non-game species of wild animals, you should, at some point, thank a gun owner for it.  Gun owners, including hunters and non-hunters alike, provide....

Podcast #19 - Learn How a Ham Radio Might Save Your Life

by Tracy Trimble | 02 February, 2020

Ham radios and their use NEED to be part of everyone's readiness.  Whether you are a hard-core prepper, or an occasional hiker, ham radio use can offer some things not offered by any other equipment.....

Podcast #18 - Simon Kenton - Nearly Naked and Afraid, Pt 2 of 2

by Craig Caudill | 28 January, 2020

We are back with part 2!  If you have not listened to part 1..stop what you are going and go back now and do so.  Once you do, this will have MUCH more meaning.

Podcast #16 - Oooops! - Common Mistakes (Part 3 of 3): While at camp

by Craig Caudill | 26 January, 2020

Oooooops! is right, in the last of our 3 part series we go over some of the craziest and simplest things we have done or seen that you should NEVER do.

Podcast #17 - Simon Kenton - Nearly Naked and Afraid, Pt 1 of 2

by Craig Caudill | 21 January, 2020

We are back with another great podcast that details an extraordinary story of living through adversity (aka embracing the suck) in a way that is almost inconceivable.  If it had not been well documented, it would be unbelievable.  Hit they play button below to listen in as Craig details......

TSS Podcast: I don't know?!?!?!?!? Do you?

by Craig Caudill | 20 January, 2020

Is Craig FINALLY stumped? Is Craig confused? Whats going on? Find out what he doesn’t know - and why...

Podcast # 15 - Oooops! - Common Mistakes (Part 2 of 3): While on the Trail

by Craig Caudill | 08 January, 2020

Some are simple, others are just plain ridiculous.  Whatever the root reason, there are many common mistakes made while on the trail.  Join Tracy and Craig as they discuss some of the ones they have come across over the years.....

TSS Podcast: Is China REALLY an Existential Threat to the USA and World?

by Craig Caudill | 08 January, 2020

Have you ever heard the word BIOECONOMY?  When you think of that word do you think of terrorism?  If you were like me, most likely no.  It should give you pause for consideration.  After listening to my podcast, you may come to the same conclusion that I did.  That China's use of BIOECONOMY as a weapon......

On Patriotism and Dog Poop

by Craig Caudill | 08 January, 2020

I originally titled my latest article for The Winchester Sun the title you see here.   I also wanted to use the photo I have used here.  However, I knew my local paper would not like it. For good reason, they have standards of journalism that they adhere to maintain professionalism.  

Podcast #14 - Oooops! - Common Mistakes (Part 1 of 3): Before you Hit the Trail

by Craig Caudill | 02 January, 2020

Tracy and myself back together for another podcast jam-packed full of useful helps, hints, and observations.  Some of these common mistakes are simple, others are rather hilarious, and others could be downright deadly.

Podcast #13 - Nature Notes: Carl Linnaeus is my homeboy

by Craig Caudill | 26 December, 2019

There are...so....many....names....for....things in nature.  How is a person to remember them all? The simple truth is that you cant. 

Look up, down, left and right

by Craig Caudill | 18 December, 2019

Learning how to safely setup a shelter for camping, survival, or just a recreational hammock hang is easy to do...if you have a system to cover all the dangers.  This blog piece does exactly that.

Podcast #12: 2017 National Parks Search and Rescue (SAR) statistics.

by Tracy Trimble | 17 December, 2019

46,609 people required search and rescue services within the US National Parks between 2004-2014 with 1,578 deaths and 13,957 injuries/illnesses.

Podcast #11: Myth of the "Dark and Bloody Ground Pt 2

by Craig Caudill | 13 December, 2019

Part 2 discussing the myth of Kentucky as "A Dark and Bloody Ground".  In part 2 Craig discusses the persistence of this myth and how you can learn about native and abo skills and tools in the Red River Gorge.

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