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The mountain man's dinnerware was simple, usually consisting of a kettle for cooking. Others may be so lucky as to have a plate, a tin cup, possibly a spoon, and the ever present butcher knife. This was the extent of the individual trappers' dinner-ware. The practice of eating off a butcher knife was common and continued on the frontier until nearly the turn of the century.

1740-1770's Colonial by snowshoemen, via Flickr - Shoulder belt w/hatchet+hunting knife--Linen pack+bedroll--Wool covered metal canteen. All worn over right shoulder.

from One Little Project

How to Make Mason Jar Citronella Candles

These mason jar citronella candles are REALLY EASY and they really keep the bugs away! What a fun and beautiful summer project! Those flames are amazing!

Ontario Knife Company Bushcraft Woodsman Knife

from Woodlandantics Blog

A Dandy Day at the Coppice Group Open Weekend 2012

Woodland Antics ≫ He made a setup for shaping spoons and utensils on a repeatable basis. Handmade... the whole bit.

"The Custom Knifemaking & Knife Engraving of Julie Warenski-Erickson"

Contents of kitchen box, hand forged spoons,napkin rings, flint and steel kit.