Dave Canterbury joins me on episode 41 of The Paul Kirtley Podcast. Dave and his school, The Pathfinder School, are based in Ohio in the USA. As well as having a popular YouTube channel, Dave has been involved with TV survival shows with both Discovery Channel and National Geographic. He is one of MoraKniv’s Global Ambassadors and has authored several books on bushcraft and survival.
Dave and I have met a couple of times in recent years when Dave was in the UK for the Bushcraft Show and we’ve chatted at these events. But given the nature of how busy these shows are, we’ve never had the opportunity for a longer conversation. So this podcast helped provide the opportunity.
In particular, I was keen to hear Dave’s perspective on bushcraft, particularly the contrasts he sees between bushcraft in the UK and USA, as well as talk over the 5C’s of survivability and applying the six sigma concept. In our conversation we certainly hit these points but we also had a wide-ranging conversation in between.
In addition to the above, our conversation covers building a YouTube channel, writing books, putting your own spin on existing knowledge, re-invigorating old works, getting kids interested in the outdoors, prioritising what you learn, different ways of learning, immersion training, first aid kits and the differences between bushcraft and survival.
Our conversation forms Episode 41 of the Paul Kirtley Podcast…, which you can enjoy via the player below…
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