What are the essential skills and kit needed for bushcraft? . . . with Joe Robinet
Welcome to the 18th episode of the Hardest Kit on the Planet Podcast brought to you by Heinnie Haynes. In this podcast we try to extract as much knowledge and ideas as possible from some of the hardest people and companies on the planet. Our aim for the podcast is to continually provide you with some great knowledge and information from a wide range of people and companies who are actually out there doing the business.
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The Show Notes
This week we chat to a guy called Joe Robinet, he is the guy behind the Joe Robinet Bushcraft Channel (check it out). This is a guy who loves the outdoors and has a YouTube channel of something like 65,000 subscribers, and was a star on the TV programme ‘Alone’ which was a prime time show on the History Channel in America & Canada.
In this episode we talk all things bushcraft. We look at canoes trips, including how you prepare for them and what you should take. We really delve into how you can encourage and help get your family outdoors. We discuss what exactly constitutes as ‘good gear’ and how you can identify the right tools for you. The final big talking point is winter camping and in particular the what skills you need over and above fair weather conditions.
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