Why bushcraft isn’t just about the gear and skills it’s about the context . . . with Paul Kirtley
Welcome to the 22nd 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 weeks guest is bushcraft guy Paul Kirtley who is a really well known bushcrafter here in the UK and was a former apprentice to Ray Mears. These days though he has his own company Frontier Bushcraft along with a fantastic podcast(s) and blog which you will be about to find links to in the show notes on our blog!
In this chat we look at bushcraft and survival skills, how you can develop them, how they have developed and how bushcraft and survival skills both need to be taught within a particular context not just because you are told too. We also cover how other aspects such as maths can play a key role in developing your outdoor skills and knowledge.
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