So I am in Kenya and this morning I saw this awesome poster on display in the guesthouse lobby. They must have a good deal of bushcrafty folk come through these parts. this is great information to have whenever you are away from the conveniences of modern medicine.
These posts reflect my learning of primitive skills.
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