Bushcraft walking events. These pictures came from the Shipley Country Park walk. The general idea of the day carried on with the other walks recently.
Hope you enjoy.
These next pictures were from the Elvaston Castle Woodland Festival I worked at where there were many demonstrators covering just about every traditional woodland craft and many others too. Great bunch of folks and a great weekend was had. We had an area to ourselves promoting the countryside service and some of the Bushcraft and Green woodworking skills we like to teach during other events.
Smoky old morning once our area was lit up. We had a a few cooking demonstrations too with a range over a fire, stoves and a brick built oven.
The shelters. All built by ourselves to traditional designs in Mike Abbots book "Living Wood" My shelter is on the end and came in handy during the short heavy showers.
Spoons, kuksas and bark work were the demonstations of the day from myself. As well as the cooking, we had children's activities too which was a busy old place.
Teaching the next generation of pole lathe turners. The chap on the right is Morris, a volunteer who brings a lot to the event and our little meetings when working on projects.
Heres a link http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=79562 to pictures of most of the demonstrators at the event that a fine chap called Steve took during his visit.
Looking forward to next years shows and events already. Just finished a batch of Rosehip Syrup for a wild food walk on Sun for folks to dip there bannock in. Even the Daughter liked this experiment so I don't expect it to last long!