Archive for October, 2011
The following post was kindly provided by Woodlore customer Craig Turner:
Dear Ray Mears and Woodlore team,
First and foremost I would like to thank you for the enlightment over the years on the many people, places and the knowledge that you hold. Alongside forgotten pioneering explorers, you have also brought wonderful craftsman to the forefront of my attention. Thank you.
Make a small Bowline Knot in the first piece of rope and put the loop around the nail in cross B. Zigzag the rope loosely around the nails of the first and second row. When you reach the last nail in the first row, put the rope around the last nail in the third row and turn to the last nail of the second row to make your first knot (see Figure 3A & 3B).
We are delighted to announce three new Woodlore courses to take place in the UK in 2012:
The first is the welcome return of Woodlore’s classic Walk in the Woods with Ray Mears in East Sussex. Due to popular demand, we have reinstated this fantastic chance to spend a day in the woods with Ray and to learn from him first-hand.
The second new course is the exciting Fire Lighting Techniques course; a 2-day workshop that will teach you numerous ways of fire lighting and fire management. This course will be led by Woodlore’s Head of Operations, Dan Hume.
The third course to be announced is the brand new Rekindling the Fundamentals course. This 5-day course is catered specifically to those who have already completed the Woodlore Fundamental Bushcraft course and wish to recap on the skills, refine their techniques, or simply find somewhere to practice.
We anticipate these courses to sell out quite fast, so please book soon to avoid disappointment. If you have any questions at all on any of these courses, please feel free to get in touch.
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