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  1. Keith

    Travel & Trail Foods.

    Note that one of these travelers is carrying live chooks. If you have to leave the city or even if you have to leave your home elsewhere to find safety in the countryside, then you will need to travel light. The lighter the foods & equipment you carry, the more you can carry & the easier it will...
  2. Keith

    19th Century Alaskan Trapper's Supplies List.

    In winter in Alaska there would not be much if any edible flora to forage, & the intense cold demands more food, so this list of supplies is to cater to that particular situation. But I thought some of you may be interested in seeing this list. Keith. A More Complete Supply List After my...
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    Skills List.

    This is a basic skills list that we have for our group members to learn & practice. It is historical, & it is for a long term wilderness living/survival situation. Woodsrunner’s Skills. New England Colonial Living History Group 1680-1760. This is a list of basic skills in which we expect an...
  4. Keith

    A Woodsrunner's Day. Parts 4 & 5 Final.

  5. Keith

    The Importance Of Seed Saving.

    Very important to save your own seed, for the home, & for taking with you if you have to leave. http://www.ucalgary.ca/utoday/issue/2016-12-12/english-prof-unearths-surprising-history-seed-banks
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