Week 5 – Wilderness Bushcraft Semester

We’ve finished the first four and a half weeks of the Wilderness Bushcraft Semester, and have the second half remaining after our short break.  Highlights have included canoeing the Devil’s Elbow and the Aroostook River, building and living in shelters, cooking all of our meals over an open fire, most of them in a dutch oven, and just living a slow, simple life outdoors.  I’ll post more before returning to the woods, but for now it’s time for a shower and shave.

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  • great! i cant wait tohear more about it! haha, is Brock back from canada?

    WJ

 


 

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