Even in the winter it is easy to clean up after yourself. I always try to burn the fire to ashes. Half burned chunks of wood are a eyesore and take longer to breakdown. The soil will be nitrogen rich come spring and some ferns or a berry bush will grab hold. Also didn't smash beer bottles and flick cigarette buts all over the place. I'm sure we all have seen those places. #sonsofnessmuk#bushcraft
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My last trip of the summer was a doozy. Had tons of miles to put on the ranks to get from the main trailhead of Lusk Creek all the way to Owl Bluff located southeast down creek from Bent Tree Crossing. It was hot, humid and muddy but worth the long trek and bushwhack to get down to the base of Owl Bluff and fish and camp down in the canyon. Can’t wait to get back out there this winter for a nice camp and explore more with the foliage down. Cheers -Z