Thanks guys. If this load was on my back I would have carried less knives for sure.
I knew the first night I would not need a knife very much. Unless I caught a trout. I took the Mora for that because It is sharp as hell, stainless, and easily replaceable knowing I would more than likely bet...
Thanks. It was not the ideal setup. With the rear hatch full of wood I had to use the deck rigging. After I burned all the wood my first night I was able to put everything in the hatches and drop a bunch of weight. The kayak felt MUCH better after dropping that weight.
It is a GB small forest axe.
That daizee knife is a dream come true of sorts. I saw one he made for himself at the first Northeast Beckerhead gathering and I finally took the plunge and talked him into making me one. No regrets here!
Hopefully there will be more trips like...
I woke up the next morning with a nasty migraine. I had planned on doing some more bushcrafty things and exploring the lake more. But after laying around and puking my brains out for a few hours I decided it would be wise to head back to the truck. It was a long paddle back let me tell you...
Some knife porn.
My newest acquisition.
Does anyone else pick up birch bark off the ground while in the woods for the fire? This is from one trip to the lake and back down a side trail. This stuff is invaluable.
Put some garnish on the fire lay. LOL
Two pieces of gear I...
It has been a long time since I posted an outing thread. So here we go!
After buying a kayak a few weeks ago I was dieing to really test it out. So last week I went on a 3 day 2 night camping trip out of my new kayak. This was my first time camping out of a kayak and it will not be my last.
We had a great time as always. This crew is an awesome group and I am thankful to be a part of it.
A BIG thanks to Ethan and Kabar for the prize box and for creating such a great community.
Here are some pics on no particular order.