Monday, December 31, 2007

Some Blogs I Would Like to Point Out

© By Albert A Rasch

Howdy Folks!

Go see the guy who started me on the road to blogging! Before I saw his link on his posts, I didn't even know what blogging was. Todd is an accomplished amateur bladesmith and responsible for Western Civilization as we know it! See his work on: The Primitive Point

And as if that's not enough he also bakes bread: Seven Loaves. He doesn't update this one as much, which is probably good, my mouth waters at all his great baking exploits

The Suburban Bushwacker has a great Article on the current psyche in bush lore and bush blogging. Perceptive and educational, it is a must read! Check out his archives too, there's a ton of stuff there.

Here is a new one for me. I bumped into it via SBW's site: James Marchington of the Sporting Shooter ; it's a great hunting and shooting blog out of England! He actually uses ferrets to flush rabbits... I read about it in Mannix's book, A Sporting Chance, many, many, years ago. Who knew it was still in practice! And here's another custom I was unaware of; it must date to the time of the knights or something there abouts. They take long poles and beat the squirrels outta the trees!!! Then they shoot 'em. I have to get in on that. Go to his site it is really good and has a different perspective.

Albert A Rasch
The Hunt Continues...


The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Mr Rasch you're really too kind. I found your work through primitive point, i have to agree he really is a very talented knife maker and blogger.

Now that the yearly observances to the spirit of overeating have been made, James Marchington and myself are hatching a plan go afield in southern england hunting rabbits.
Before facing one another in a cook-off.
Our exploits will of course be chronicled !

happy new year

Albert A Rasch said...


It's a great article! I enjoyed it very much. Thought others should see it too.

I met Todd through the Primal Fires forum, where he is an administrator. Love his work and the breadth of his craft.

BTW I found everyone else through your Blog!

I'm looking forward to seeing the results of your cookoff.


Anonymous said...

No more blog recommendations please. I just can't read any more. Although I probably will.