For those who love the outdoors here is a basic survival pack for canoe enthusiasts.

Step 1: esentials

Theres a saying where i come from,never go anywhere in the woods without a good sharp axe.For this instructable i will suggest a hatchet for space saving purposes,although i will recommend an axe(it takes less energy to fall a tree with an axe)a hatchet will suffice.
Next you will need a knife (pic 2).A large hunting knife isn't necessary,a simple short knife with a comfortable handle will be more useful and easy to control,besides you have a hatchet in case any wildlife decide to take a bit out of you.
<p>I believ these are copyrighted images from other websites. I believe this website allows you to use ONLY your own artwork/photography.</p>
who makes that knife??? i cant read the name on the blade. i seriously have been searching for one just like it. i NEED to know
See if this is it: <br> <br>http://www.knifeworks.com/fallknivenidunhuntingknifeleathersheath.aspx <br> <br>Usual disclaimers
I forget, Try over at bladforums.com
hey great idea what type of hatchet is that ???<br />
I'm not sure,i didn't have a camera at the time so i &quot;stole&quot; it from google images.A small hatchet is preferred over a machete since the handle will absorb more energy and the head can withstand constant chopping over a longer period of time.<br />
throw in a penny stove and put it all in the pot...along with a smalll bottle of heet
I should have mentioned this instructable is for the seasoned outdoors men.If you can build a fire and find a hooked branch for the pot to hang from there would be no need for the stove.Although it would be preferable in dry conditions where a forest fire is a risk.
sure. it just depends on how you look at it. But a very good instructable indeed.
Can you post photographs of your pack and it's contents? L

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