#0014 – Phyre Phryday V/Blog 04/03/2020 – The Stay At Home Cedar (BD) Bow Drill Set
Hello Global Tribe of PhyreKeepers (GTOP)!
04/03/2020 – Our 14th Vlog opens with showing you how to make a Cedar (BD) Bow Drill Set for you and yours while you’re STUCK AT HOME.
The video to your left only explains how to quickly get Cedar local to you (hopefully), and expects you know and have done (BD) Bow Drill with only a knife already. (I forget to mention that you will need a Bow and some Cord. While you’re there, pick up a 5/8″ or 3/4″ Oak Dowel and your favorite colored Cord.) If you need reminders and pointers and advice on the (BD) Bow Drill, PHYRE DOJO is here for you! Just email or FaceBook me. (See Links below.)
SOME OTHER PHYRE DOJO HOUSEKEEPING:
* I WILL NO LONGER BE FULFILLING ORDERS FOR THE NEXT 3 (THREE) MONTHS. I will, of course, complete orders I have already. I have been putting off doing things that need to be done around the house for far too long and if I have orders to fulfill I will keep putting stuff off. If I don’t schedule stuff, it doesn’t get done. I will continue to do the weekly PHYRE PHRYDAY VLOG however…
* MY JAPAN WORKSHOP DATE HAS CHANGED. Taku Kawaguchi of WildAndNative.com and I had to work around the date change of a major BushCraft Convention happening in Japan around that time. THE NEW DATES are Sat/Sun September 26/27, 2020.
* BILL McCONNELL’s Primitive Self-Bow Workshop in JAPAN DATES HAS CHANGED TOO! (I can’t prove it, but…) This is probably the 1st real Primitive Self-Bow Workshop in Japan as this beautiful country is focused on it’s own form of Archery: KYUDO! Kyudo Bows aren’t made like Primitive Self-Bows! This Workshop’s NEW DATE is: OCTOBER 3/4, Sat/Sun, 2020 (Which was my old Workshop Date…) More about my fellow ex-Tracker Instructor and expert Primitive Technologist Bill McConnell: PASTSkills.com
There is a Universe of many other Methods (Basics) waiting for you to Discover and Explore…
Still VERY busy trying to update my PhyreDojo site and fulfilling Orders while making these VLOGS and Balancing Life in general…
Gambarimasho Yo! (Japanese for “Let’s Keep Going!)
“May everyone around you feel and be safer because you are there.”
Joe Lau, RN