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    Natural Born Bushcrafter MikeWilkinson's Avatar
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    Richard Graves - the ten books of bushcraft.

    I've been experimenting with some of the principles in here and have found some interesting things - the camp loom, making simple doors and windows for shelters, designs for chairs and benches

    So for all those of you who don't have this already, here is a link to the online version

    http://chrismolloy.com/www/p131

    There is a downloadable version somewhere, but I can't remember where now, so you will have to look for it yourselves!
    Wake me up when things are over, and I'm Wiser and I'm older!


    www.northernsoulbushcrafters.co.uk

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    ive got 2 of these books im a bit of a book ccollector me, great books one of the bushcraft greats... good shout buddy...
    "Tracking is the road - bushcraft is the vehicle - Nature and wildlife is the destination."
    http://www.woodlife.co.uk/woodlife-trails/

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    woodsmoke have a downloadable version of the books at this link

    http://www.woodsmoke.uk.com/document...ard_graves.pdf

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    Cheers Tom, For all those who are trying to get away from carrying too much kit and want to take a back to basics approach this is a must!!
    Wake me up when things are over, and I'm Wiser and I'm older!


    www.northernsoulbushcrafters.co.uk

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    No problems, the information in these books is being lost and i believe it to be vital to stop this and move back to our traditional ways and away from our negative western ways.

    Wood smoke have various downloadable books at the bottom of there course pages, the axe manual and trapping books are great reads if a little dated, there is also a book on bow making, i'm new to this website but have them all myself so if there is a way of loading them up then let me know.

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