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David Lee
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Firebox Campfire Stove - Part 2
The most important question as always, is how did it perform? No better way to find  out, then through field tests. When you've had the opportunity to use various twig stoves, you know fairly quickly if the design will work. I could tell even before I used ...

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Firebox Campfire Stove - Part 1
Some may envision this as a firebox, but the Firebox Campfire Stove is a bit different. Cooking with fire has always been a main stay of human evolution. Sure, there is a lot of food out there that can be eaten raw, but for the most part, fire has establish...

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Gone? Not Totally.
I may seem more like a silhouette of my former self on  this blog, but I'm still around! It's been quite some time since I've last been seen around on my blog. As most of you already know, I've shifted my focus of sharing onto Facebook , due to the vastly s...

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David Lee commented on a post on Blogger.
Your welcome! Hope you enjoy your trip and time there! Cheers!

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David Lee commented on a post on Blogger.
Your welcome Arabian Stallion. (Sorry that just doesn't sound right coming from me!) Oddly enough, I will look into a hatchet when I go on trips that don't require an axe. Thanks for your comment!

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Gransfors Bruk Axe Review - Part 2
Gransfors Bruk axes are made in Sweden and are exported all around the globe. Their axes are unique, in that they are still individually forged and made by highly skilled craftsmen. No big factory, where truck loads of raw material are dumped in at one end,...

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David Lee commented on a post on Blogger.
You're welcome Glen! If for some reason you don't get it before then, you are more than welcome to use mine. I have other options as well. Let me know.

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Gransfors Bruk Axe Review - Part 1
Not just any axe, a Gransfors Bruk axe. As a kid, I loved being outdoors, but that was only one part of the equation. The other part was the dreamer, aspiring to be some rugged outdoorsman, carving out a meagre existence in the cruel wilderness. Seared into...

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David Lee commented on a post on Blogger.
It certainly was. Your welcome Jimmy!

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What Happens When Canoeing and Facebook Collide
You know the saying, "life is full of surprises"? It really is. I'm sure we all have things that surprise us in our daily lives. Maybe because I'm so in tuned with my passion for canoeing, that quite often, I run into many surprises in my 'canoe life' as we...
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