We've been busy here at Spoon Camp.
The sun has been shining and we've had a steady stream of wonderful students.
We will be striking camp the week after next when we'll be moving up to Scotland and the Scottish Crannog Centre.
I will be available for spoon carving courses at the Crannog on the 29th 30th 31st July 1st August and the 6th August. Contact the Crannog or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
A one day spooncarving course will cost £80 per day.
See you there... J
|Pete gets acquainted with Kuksa carving.|
Sarah and I will be back in the Shire and available for courses around the 1st September.
Drop me a line at email@example.com with your available dates and we'll make sure to adapt a course to your liking.
|Rebornferal (Martin) carves at Spoon Camp.|
|Martin (rebornferal) starts his knife work.|
A photograph Martin took of my working knives.
Top to bottom.
My MiniMac carver.
My Typhoon Bushcraft knife.
A utility/splitting knife.
My favourite camp knife and food prep knife, the Macro.
And finally, the Grandfather MaChris bushcraft/carver.
This wee lightweight Axe made by James Wood was a pleasure to use.
Go visit his web site to find his stock line.
|Jon Mac using a James Wood Axe.|
|Lunch at KuksaCamp.|
|Jon Mac hollows out a Kuksa at KuksaCamp.|
|Martin chip carves his new Kuksa.|
|Nic Westermann detail knife.|
|Jon Mac's stock at Spoon Camp.|
Linda came all the way from New Zealand.
She's an accomplished beginner and thoroughly enjoyed her course.
|Linda and I stop for a brew.|
|Splitting with a froe.|
|Hollowing out a Kuksa with a hook knife.|
|I've gone and snapped my beetle.|
|Peter hard at it.|
Martin is a skilled Bushcrafter who goes by the monica ( rebornferel ) on Instagram.
What an enthusiastic young man !
|Martin gets in close whilst finishing his Kuksa.|
Martin took a photograph of my very first Kuksa alongside my latest.
Peter is a Forest School instructor and decided to spend longer with me than he originally planned.
We carved Kuksa and spoon, we also touched on the sharpening aspect of carving.
|Jon Mac and Peter discuss Kuksa shapes.|
Our Tentipi and Canvas Camp shelter here in the Shire.
We try and make the orchard as welcoming as possible.
We can accommodate a small group of camping carvers here. We'll even lend you our older tipi.
Mish and Derek.
What fun characters these two were.
We have two new friends .
|Mish and Derek show off their newly carved spoons.|
|Mish and Derek with Jon Mac.|
|Martin hard at work.|
Don't forget to email me if you wish to learn more about spoon and Kuksa carving.