All Knowledge Is Local | JMB Podcast Episode 64

Episode 64 of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast is about how all outdoor knowledge is local knowledge, and how the idea of a global expert is a myth. For the episode I was joined by old friend and frequent podcast guest Blake Towsley.

PHOTO: Allagash falls from the canoe, taken summer 2018.

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There is a bit of profanity used in this episode.

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  • Scott

    That was a good one boys. Agreed, global expert is a stretch atleast, as you mentioned few ever become local “experts”.
    I submitted your application for the naked and affraid tv show. Dont worry about the bugs, i dont think even they will go near you fellas.

    Scott
    Univers Survival Master

  • Thanks Scott. I agree that survival tv is no longer interested what we’re up to.

  • Matt

    I’m in Montana,and it’s just a long day drive up to the global bushcraft shindig. So,I will be there hanging with Mors and Randy and Kelly,and all the rest.

  • Wish I could make it, would love to be there.

  • Jim Frattaroli

    Thanks guys, doing some research on different axe patterns may make for some good reading.

 


 

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