Spoon carving.

Spoon carving with Jon Mac.
A blog following my journey in the world of bushcraft, spoon carving and kuksa carving. Home of the JonMac MiniMac carving knife.

Sunday, 1 December 2013

Spoon carving.... Where do you carve yours ?

Bag packed with sandwiches, drink, warm clothes and tools.
Out the door and cross the stream.

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Up the hill to the wooden gate...

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Through the stand of Birch...

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And a step over the stile...

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Up through the woods,
higher and higher...

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And stop... !

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At the top...
See, hear, smell, touch, taste....
Where do you carve yours ?



Feel free to send me some photographs of your carving and carving spots.
Email me at...
firststeps@thewood.eclipse.co.uk

It will be good hearing from you, I'll even post your stories and pics here...

Laters...
J.


4 comments:

  1. That is a wonderful spot to settle down and carve . A fantastic view. You lucky man Jon!

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  2. It's good to find some peace in the world. I guess the next step is to build a small hovel, unobtrusive, and snug...
    Good to hear from you Andre, give the chicken girls a hug... J

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    1. Hi Jon. Now that is a plan my friend! Have fun. All the best to you and yours.

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  3. Looks like a grand spot to carve Jon. Off out myself soon to the sweet chestnut woods.

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