Here's the video and I've included links to his internet site and YouTube channel.
David's internet site Bushcraft On Fire - click here.
Bushcraft On Fire YouTube channel - click here.
Took a short, very cold, yet very rewarding walk along a stream this morning. I didn't try the fishing knowing the stream would mostly be frozen over, and the time I had to wander was going to be short anyway, so I figured fresh air and exercise would be the point of this walk. The plan being to walk the stream until I came to a trail that led to the ridgetops and circle back to my truck. It was damn cold in that little valley.
The trail at the top of the ridge I took has a little piece along it called the "backbone," which separates two streams. There is a section of it that is probably as tall as a couple of two-story farmhouses stacked on top of each other, with a sheer drop on either side. Not real high or vertigo inducing, but it's all rock at the bottom if you weren't careful and weren't able to snag a cedar on the way down. You wouldn't be in good shape if you survived.
I decided I was going to take game trails back to my truck, and man am I glad I did -
Just found the one whitetail antler, but it's the best one I've found to date. Very thick beam on this one. I have found another 4-pointer before, but it was much skinnier than this one. Get out in the woods! You never know...The squirrels, crows, eagles and owls didn't hang around enough or close enough for any good pics.