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January 1, 2016
Signal, Noise, or Silence?
Signal, Noise, or Silence?

What is the difference between signal and noise? Use the proper signaling tools and techniques for your situation and environment.

By Kevin Estela
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December 31, 2015
Winter Preparedness
Winter Preparedness

Commuting in the winter months can be hazardous, but it can be made less dangerous with a little simple preparation.

By Gryffindor
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December 16, 2015
Grip Strength
Grip Strength

Physical strength is what the outdoors is all about. Grip Strength is vitally important for any outdoors-men. 

By Kevin Estela
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December 16, 2015
Inside a Possible Possibles Pouch
Inside a Possible Possibles Pouch

Bushcrafters carry their tools in bags called Possible Pouches. There are many tools you can carry in them for various uses.

By Kevin Estela
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December 16, 2015
Evaluating Cordage
Evaluating Cordage

There many types of cordage and each are made of different elements.

By Kevin Estela
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November 25, 2015
Autumn Awareness
Autumn Awareness

In the fall of the year there may be few snakes and insects to contend with, but autumn has it's own challenges and dangers.

By Gryffindor
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November 15, 2015
Creating a Gaff Hook
Creating a Gaff Hook

Create a gaff hook to reach food that is out of reach. The gaff hook will help you later in the year when low hanging fruit is unavailable or if an injury has limited your mobility.

By Kevin Estela, Owner/Head Instructor of Estela Wilderness Education
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November 1, 2015
Cheers Andy!!
Cheers Andy!!

Congratulations Andy on your acceptance into The Knifemakers' Guild. It is an honor well earned!

By Gryffindor
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September 26, 2015
Staff Sling Tutorial
Staff Sling Tutorial

A staff sling can be easily fashioned with very few materials and what is thrown is up to the user. The staff sling can be fun to compete with in challenges for distance and accuracy and with practice it can be a viable tool in a survival situation.

By Kevin Estela, Owner/Head Instructor of Estela Wilderness Education
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October 6, 2015
Curly Cues
Curly Cues

A touch of elegance from another time

By Gryffindor
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