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If you know me at all you know that I am interested in pack baskets. Because of this, they catch my eye when I’m browsing historic images. I could find no information whatsoever about this one. I suspect maybe Tibet … Continue reading
Thanks to Survival Sherpa for posting this look at making a pack frame. Making a quick, three stick pack frame is a valuable bit of knowledge. How serendipitous that this came up (seems to be a lot of convergent thinking … Continue reading
And an interesting basket. Pack frames are nearly universal historically as most cultures encounter the drudgery of carrying heavy loads over long distances. I am always searching for historic images to delve into to look for inspiration. Here is a … Continue reading
Found on Tumblr. The basic necessities never change. Just the execution and materials.