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USMC Veteran (10 years), Wilderness Guide (20+ years)
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Backpacking, Fly Fishing, Canoeing, Wilderness Survival & Primitive Living Skills, Cooking
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Knives!

by pgvoutdoors on 10-01-2008 at 12:10 PM
You can't have too many knives! Ever sense I was a young boy I was fascinated with knives. My first knife was a Boy Scout pocket knife. My first sheath knife was a Case hunting knife, leather handle and chromed blade. I'm sorry to say but there both long gone now. I'm by no means a knife collector though. I buy knives I think I have a purpose for. Two years ago many of my knives were stolen along with a lot of other equipment. But the loss of the knives hurt the most. They were by far the least

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Passing on the Knowledge

by pgvoutdoors on 09-12-2008 at 03:48 PM
It seems to me, as the years pass, the ability of man to provide for himself in the wild has become a lost art. In the United States our modern society has evolved into a proficient system of providing all necessities by monetary exchange. I feel this has led to much of society being insecure in a time of crisis. We depend on the dollar to take care of our needs, but this is dependant on a fully functioning infrastructure and a supporting economy. We've seen many tragic situations, due to weather

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