In this episode of #AskPaulKirtley I answer questions on vapour barriers, keeping firesteels on lanyards, what to do in electrical storms, using trekking poles for both trekking and pitching tarps, dehydrating your own meals, especially favourite recipes. Plus there is a question on how to know when to stop bow drilling which leads into an interesting case study based on the submitted photo.
AND there is a nice sneak preview in the middle of the video as well as a fun little blooper reel at the end.
It’s good to be back with #AskPaulKirtley. There are a lot of questions to be answered over the coming weeks…
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#AskPaulKirtley is my Q&A video and podcast series that aims to answer your questions about bushcraft, survival skills and outdoor life.
The idea here is partly to take the strain off my email inbox and get answers out to people in a more timely fashion.
Rather than send an answer to just that one person, I’d like others to benefit from the answers too. So, just in the same way I’d previously write an email answer, here I’m going to speak the answer (which is much quicker than me typing out an answer, so I’ll get more questions answered as well as benefiting more people).
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