Started on Tuesday
Started Feb 5, 2013
Primitive Fire Lighting-Flint and Steel. The New World Woodsman 1700-1760. His clothing, arms and equipment(unpublished manuscript). Primitive Fire Lighting-The Fire-bow(unpublished manuscript).
My new book has finally been published on LuLu, you can get it in hard copy as a book, or you can download it. Pasting the following link into your browser, or by clicking on it here will take you to my book on LuLu. http://www.lulu.com/browse/search.php?fListingClass=0&fSearch=primitive+fire+lighting
Or you can put LULU in your search engine and go to LULU, then either type in woodscraft or bushcraft or the name Keith Burgess (there is two Keith Burgess on LULU but you will know which book is mine).
Primitive Fire Lighting-Flint & Steel & Fire Bow.
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DATE: Saturday 23rd of June 2012.
TIME: You can arrive anytime you like. Actual party probably starting at dusk to dark.
PLACE: Linstock House in Wychwood Forest. Armidale NSW. (If you have not been here before, please contact me for directions).
DRESS: Any period up to & including the mid 18th century. 1760ad.
SUPPLIES: You may bring any food or drink you wish, but there will be some beer &…Continue
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Just wanted to remind all those 18th century Living Historians that they may like to check my blog out some time and even FOLLOW it if they want to stay up to date. I try to post on it fairly frequently with information, period art, photos and videos. Regards, Keith.…
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