Just posted these on my website. New model features a more compact design for everyday use. Also can come with a leather or kydex sheath 👌🎲
2 299 minutes ago
Goldach = Gold? - Tipps für Anfänger
Hallo liebe Goldwaschfreunde,
heute auf der Suche beim Goldwschen in Deutschland: Goldach - ist dort
Gold zu finden?
Ich habe als Goldwasch - Goldschürf - Anfänger viel bei YouTube und auf
diversen Internetseiten nach Goldwasch Tipps gesucht. Immer wieder
tauchte der Hinweis auf, nach Orten die mit Gold in Zusammenhang
gebracht werden zu suchen. Also entweder Hnweise auf Goldabbau oder Orte
mit dem Wort "Gold".
Kurz um, Goldwasch Ausrüstung gepackt und ab an eine Gold Ach. Was so
viel wie ein "Goldbach" bedeutet.
Und jetzt bitte, hier mein Microabenteuer. Und genießt auch, bitte, die
Goldach = gold? - Tips for beginners
Hello dear goldwashing friends,
Goldach in Germany today: Goldach - is there gold to be found there?
As a Goldwasch - Goldschürf - beginner I searched a lot on YouTube and
on various websites for Goldwasch tips. Again and again the hint
appeared to search for places that are associated with gold. So either
hints on gold mining or places with the word "gold".
Shortly packed, gold-washing equipment and off to a gold Oh. Which means
as much as a "Gold Creek".
And now please, here my micro adventure.
This-morning I made a paracord wrap to act as an overseeing guard for my axe! It also doubles as a useful survival tool if you ever need some rope. All you have to do is pull one string to unravel the whole thing! ⚒🌲
After looking over my previous posts, I realize that I've done a lot of landscapes and food pics. Now there isn't anything wrong with those things (especially the steak pics lol), but I originally wanted to focus more on camping and bushcraft types of posts. I wanted to use IG to learn how to get better at my craft, while sharing my experiences with others.
So today on my lunch break, I decided to do some wood processing. Here are some of my key findings...
1) I suck at feathersticking! At the cottage I generally shave a twig quite quickly and just build up a pile of curls that I use to start the fire. This time I wanted to actually create a featherstick. Not great lol. I need to practice how to keep the curls on the wood and I need to make sure I start high enough. I find I don't cut behind the curls as much so I just keeping getting higher and higher lol.
2) I gather way more tinder than is needed! I hate starting the process and then having it fail, so I generally find numerous forms of tinder to start a fire with, and use copious amounts to keep it going if the kindling and larger pieces don't catch. I know that the shaved birch bark is sufficient and that I don't need those extra strips, as well as the curls, as well as the featherstick, but I will use them to ensure it starts on the first try lol.
3) As much as I like using my knife, I like doing all of these steps, up to feathersticking, with my axe more! Good to practice both, but the axe is fun!
So I'm ready... what are some tips I can use to get better??
4 531 hours ago
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Our Emergency Survival Kit is a great start to any disaster preparedness plan!
Give the gift of survival this holiday season 🇺🇸
Link in bio.
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Уютную и тёплую атмосферу у костра гарантируем 🔥
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