- May 7, 2016 at 10:42 PM #1348huntaholicModerator
Well it’s Wood Cutting Time at Deer Camp for Next Season! I’m always Cutting Wood for my Wood Stove and I like to keep ahead of the Cold Weather, besides once the Season begins it’s to late. I just love being around my hunting property an I thank God every time I Arrive. Just another excuses for getting in the Woods!
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- May 9, 2016 at 10:28 AM #1365kingpostParticipant
Hard work but somebody’s got to do it. Any springtime trail photos? Or tracks? Great to find evidence of does and fawns. Or is it too early?
- June 19, 2016 at 2:06 PM #1551D-MoParticipant
That’s going to Good and Dry come Winter! It’s always better to keep ahead of the Firewood Pile.
- June 21, 2016 at 12:46 PM #1567kingpostParticipant
Take a look at my Mulberry Bow post in primitive skills. Next time you are culling hardwood trees you might want to save a suitable section and experiment with bow making. Lots of common Georgia trees can produce usable bow staves, persimmon and sassafras as well as mulberry, maple, locust and oak. We’re not talking kiddie bows either, you can make them as stout as you might care to draw.
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