Woodsmoke Wrap-Up

I had a fantastic week at the Woodsmoke Bushcraft Symposium. It was great to be joined by a number of Jack Mountain alumni, as well as to meet several old friends and make a bunch of new ones. The location was in the shadow of the Grand Tetons and had a cold freestone stream running through it. There were numerous hands-on workshops, discussion panels and demonstrations and displays of traditional gear.

It was great to finally meet face to face with numerous people I’ve corresponded with in the past. I’m excited about all the potential for collaboration.

A big thanks goes to Dave Wescott for organizing the event and for inviting me. If you didn’t make it, I recommend getting your tickets early for next year.

For more photos from Woodsmoke, visit Bushcraft USA.


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