Trend Financial Review

Trend Financial Review In September of 2016 I made the mistake of getting involved with a company called Trend Financial in Toronto Ontario. I had set to purchase what I expected was a reasonably priced, good quality vehicle that was in pretty good mechanical condition. Unfortunately this is not how companies like Trend financial operate. […]

Welland Canal Mystery Building

Wolf and Chuck Visit the Building of Mystery The Welland Canal which runs from St. Catharines, Ontario to Port Colborne Ontario and spans a 43km stretch. The first canal was opened in 1830 and is still in operation as of January 2016. Since it’s construction, the canal has gone through many changes, including the building […]

Ford F350 Fog Lights / High Beam

  2006 Ford F-350 High Beam / Fog Lights Modification One of the most annoying things about how cars are built, is some of the “Safety features” which really get in the way of how a vehicle operates. Particularly if you are off-road, or on wilderness back country roads where there is no light, or […]

Dry Land Skijoring

Dry Land Skijoring One of my favourite things to do in the world is spend time with my dogs. I am blessed with two, beautiful Siberian Huskies. Luna (black) and Colt (red). Siberian Huskies are medium size, dense-coat working dog breeds that originated in north-eastern Siberia. They are recognizable by its thickly furred double coat, […]

Summer Camp Experiences

Summer Camp Experiences   Each year around the globe, tens of thousands of children flock to summer camps to build memories and experiences that will last them a lifetime.  In the day and age of connectedness, we find that we are living in an age of smart phones, and dumb people. Camp gives young people […]

Trend Financial Review

Trend Financial Review In September of 2016 I made the mistake of getting involved with a company called Trend Financial in Toronto Ontario. I had set to purchase what I expected was a reasonably priced, good quality vehicle that was in pretty good mechanical condition. Unfortunately this is not how companies like Trend financial operate. […]

Welland Canal Mystery Building

Wolf and Chuck Visit the Building of Mystery The Welland Canal which runs from St. Catharines, Ontario to Port Colborne Ontario and spans a 43km stretch. The first canal was opened in 1830 and is still in operation as of January 2016. Since it’s construction, the canal has gone through many changes, including the building […]

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Ford F350 Fog Lights / High Beam

  2006 Ford F-350 High Beam / Fog Lights Modification One of the most annoying things about how cars are built, is some of the “Safety features” which really get in the way of how a vehicle operates. Particularly if you are off-road, or on wilderness back country roads where there is no light, or […]

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Dry Land Skijoring

Dry Land Skijoring One of my favourite things to do in the world is spend time with my dogs. I am blessed with two, beautiful Siberian Huskies. Luna (black) and Colt (red). Siberian Huskies are medium size, dense-coat working dog breeds that originated in north-eastern Siberia. They are recognizable by its thickly furred double coat, […]

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Summer Camp Experiences

Summer Camp Experiences   Each year around the globe, tens of thousands of children flock to summer camps to build memories and experiences that will last them a lifetime.  In the day and age of connectedness, we find that we are living in an age of smart phones, and dumb people. Camp gives young people […]

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Barrier Breaking

Board / Barrier Breaking Workshop In our increasingly complex lives, we face many barriers. These barriers often include money, family problems, and mental health issues. They can interfere with your life and cause great stress. Sometimes, worse. The Barrier Breaking Workshop, also known as Board Breaking Workshop has students sit and contemplate their barriers. After […]

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Apple Watch Case

Spigen Tough Armour for Apple Watch The first Apple Watch was released in early 2015. The watch was one of the newest Apple products on the market. The challenge with any electronic device is they are often not very tough. Using them in harsh outdoor environments such as the back country can destroy equipment. Like most Apple […]

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Why Many Instructors Fail in the Outdoors

Why Many Instructors Fail in the Outdoors   It should be no surprise to anyone in the outdoor education business, that most outdoor schools fail miserably. Many instructors dream of running outdoor education schools and being successful in the industry, only to end up working menial jobs in an unrelated industry. The question becomes, why […]

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DogTalk Radio with Dave McMahon

Podcast of the Dog Talk Radio Show from Sunday April 19. Wolf Starchild talks about the Canine Crisis Management/Dog First Aid Seminar that he is teaching at my dog school. Dave Alexandria – Owner of the Wine Place in Niagara Falls talks about his dog being the Mascot of his wine making business Nicole McKenzie […]

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Interview With Julia Butterfly Hill

In April, 2015 Wolfmaan had the honour of meeting childhood hero Julia “Butterfly” Hill, and American environmental activist and tax redirection advocate. According to Wikipedia, She is best known for having lived in a 180-foot (55 m)-tall, roughly 1500-year-old California Redwood tree (age based on first-hand ring count of a slightly smaller neighboring ancient redwood that had been cut down) for 738 days between […]

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Make Bush Hat Waterproof

  Make Your Bush Hat Waterproof For centuries mankind has struggled with keeping clothes and equipment dry. From ancient sea farers to Canadian voyeurs and backwoodsman – keeping dry has been a problem. One solution that was created is to add wax and oils to canvas clothing to make them water repellant. This article will […]

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BF-Bushcraft Radio Show S2 E28

Episode 28 Season 2 – Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show Saturday, February 21st, 2015 In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show we discuss: – Winter – The perfect time to go camping – New Booking System at Barefoot Bushcraft – 10 things to have in a 72 Hour Survival Kit – Special Guest: Leather Care […]

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E27 S2 BF-Bushcraft Radio

Episode 27 Season 2 – Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show Saturday, January 25th – 2015 In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show – Surprising insights into the effects of wood fuel burning – Leatherman Tread Wearable Tool Kit – Bartering after a collapse – Special Guest Luke McLaughlin from Holistic Survival School   [CLICK […]

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E26 S2 BF-Bushcraft Radio

Episode 26, Season 2 Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show Saturday, January 17th, 2015 In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show: – Couple Sues Government of Canada for tree falling on tent – Tuning a primitive bow – Psychology of Prepping – Re-design of www.barefootbushcraft.com – Nicholaus Vieira of Crazycaver.com  

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Nocking A Primitive Bow

  In this video, Wolfmaan demonstrates how to set the nocking point and properly tune a primitive bow. Tools Required: – Arrow you would normally use with your bow.      

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BF-Bushcraft Radio S2 E25

Season 2, Episode 25 Saturday, January 10th – 2015 In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio show, we discuss – Letter from a listener – Things they don’t tell you on an Antarctic expedition – Putting Serving on a Bow string – Prepping Food – Special Guest Jimmy McSparron of  manusurvival.com   [Click Here To […]

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