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Start by plucking the feathers from the chest

Preparing a pigeon for cooking (GRAPHIC CONTENT)

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This post is about how to prepare a pigeon for cooking, it is graphic in nature in that I have included detailed pictures of a pigeon being plucked and carved. Do not read this post if you are of a sensitive disposition. Also this post is not a guide and should not be followed unless you are under [...]
Which was lovely

Preparing a rabbit (GRAPHIC CONTENT)

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This post is about how to prepare a rabbit for cooking, it is graphic in nature in that I have included detailed pictures of several rabbits being skinned and gutted. Do not read this post if you are of a sensitive disposition. Also this post is not a guide and should not be followed unless you are [...]
1st pass with the DIY filter

Water

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This is my 4th post about the Rock Frog course I attended last weekend, and it’s all about obtaining water. On the course we started with a talk covering the principles of obtaining, filtering and cleaning the water. We also took a look at some of the current products on the market and how they [...]
The kids loved using a 9v battery and wire wool

Fire!

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Fire making is cool, you have to admit it, and even if as adults we lack the enthusiasm I saw on some of younger kids faces during my Rock Frog course, or the creepy obsession some of us blokes had when were were in our early teens, we are all drawn to stare at a roaring fire and still think it [...]
Sunset

Shelter

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In my last post I covered the general scope of a Rock Frog course I attended last weekend, this post is all about the shelter building part of the course. It was suggested that we build a basic tarp shelter, we were shown  an image, given some poles, a tarp and some bungees and mostly left to it. I [...]
Sunrise

Rock Frog Course

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This weekend just passed I did a Bushcraft course with Rock Frog. It was amazing value especially as I got it through Groupon, and I learnt much more in two days with them than I have in the last year or so trying to do it myself. I also got to try out all sorts of kit without having to buy it [...]
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