Sunday, May 8, 2011

Always, More Stone Knives

Spring finds me doing some knapping and making knives, processing sinew, and continuing to experiment with the marcasite and flint firemaking. Sometimes I get off work and have to fire up a bow drill hot coal just to smell the aroma of smoldering yucca. I've been anxious to get out and sleep under the stars, but family commitments have kept me busy.

2 comments:

Le Loup said...

Beautiful as usual.
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Mammoth said...

I have been following you blog for some time and now make an announcement of my intention to traverse the Alaskan Arctic region once again for the summer of 2012. I believe you are a reincarnated 'paleo' hunter as perhaps I am as well (seems plausible). I am driven to the high Arctic in search of mammoth Tusks, discovering artifacts is essential, I am somehow connected, I am back home...there. For over thirty years I have beach combed these areas, successfully and can hear the land as it speaks. I am seeking a few others to this expedition, those with the 'connection' that consider it essential to 'return, as I do"