Badger Bushcraft Blog
Monday, 27 December 2010 13:57
I am sure it is plainly obvious but I share an affinity with the European or Eurasian badger (Meles meles) and I have a skull that my son found some years ago at a badger sett in some woodland we surveying near Canterbury in Kent.
Monday, 27 December 2010 09:29
Christmas has been a most pleasant affair this year with an opportunity to spend some quality time with family and close friends and I was very fortunate to receive some most suitable “bushcrafty” presents!
Thursday, 23 December 2010 09:06
2010 has been an exceptionally busy year for us at Badger Bushcraft and we have now finished the final bushcraft course of the year and can now look forward to getting ready for a wonderful family Christmas.
Tuesday, 21 December 2010 10:02
Once more 2010 has seen a cold snap in the lead up to Christmas and we were fortunate to have a stove in the Tentipi that we were living in last week whilst working in the snow covered woods in West Sussex.
Tuesday, 14 December 2010 17:22
Prone as I am to reflection during the quiet moments of the day I pondered on what really defines a “Job Well Done”. Sifting though some files provided the answer and brought back some fond memories.
Tuesday, 14 December 2010 11:45
Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft founder and head instructor, has recently completed training as a Countryside Access Warden for the county of Kent.
Monday, 06 December 2010 10:13
I was sitting at my desk reading my email and enjoying the first coffee of the day when I noticed a visitor on the patio outside the French windows that flank the Badger Bushcraft office here in Kent.
Sunday, 05 December 2010 12:34
With all the chores complete for the day and my son working on his homework I had a brief period of time to myself to undertake some essential bushcraft knife maintenance.
Saturday, 04 December 2010 10:49
This morning we awoke early to find that despite a bitterly cold night the snows are on they way out. The final blow is the incoming rain that, as I write, is now falling on the office roof.
Friday, 03 December 2010 11:44
I was first exposed to the author, adventurer and gentleman Charles William "Carlos" Thurlow Craig during my childhood growing up in the exceptionally pleasant and verdant area surrounding the village of Weald near Sevenoaks in Kent.