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Thread: Greetings from the Medway Estuary

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    Hobo
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    Greetings from the Medway Estuary

    Hello to everybody,

    I have recently discovered Naturalbushcraft.co.uk
    I was exited to find such a thriving forum and detailed articles to learn from.
    So far, I have made two winter hammock camps, this year and have been tinkering all winter with my bushcraft tools and provisions. I enjoy exploring and foraging the river ways and creeks by homemade boat or by foot.
    As well as building my skills, I would like to meet people that are likeminded and enjoy the same lifestyle. Are there many members down here in the South East of England?

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    Hello and welcome

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    Hello and welcome. There are plenty of SE members. If you pop over to the Groups (http://www.naturalbushcraft.co.uk/forum/group.php) there's two that may ve of interest to you: Kent Natural Bushcrafters and southeast natural bushcraft meet (aka The Breakfast Club).

    Enjoy,

    M@
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    Dia duit agus fáilte from the snowy Connecticut woodlands
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    Hi DD,Welcome to the forum n the fun.Which you seem already to be having.atb..M
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    Thanks for the friendly welcome guys and Ehecatl for the Kent group.
    Although nobody has posted in the group for a while. I might be able to add some kindle to that fire.
    To Valentine, your pinterest links are very interesting, you found some unusual stuff there!
    I got little done last night, as I was browsing through all the images and such.
    Thanks again, a fantastic site.
    Looks like i found myself a nice place to hang my hammock

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    Welcome to the community

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    A bit late but welcome

    I am new here too but have been made to feel at home.
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    Hi and from Shropshire, Ken.
    Ne te confundant illigitimi It is always a pleasure to see what you can make !, instead of buying it ready made. R Proenneke.

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