Stillwater Woods

June 14, 2015 7 Comments

A couple months ago we moved, and I haven't had a descent opportunity to check out the woods in our back yard (6 acres are ours, but the woods are much bigger than that).  Yesterday morning I went on a scout to find good locations for a bushcraft camp.

Shaggiest hickory I've seen

There are a number useful plants in these woods

Gave the new Lee Reeves double-bit Nessmuk Hatchet a go.  Works excellent

This looks like a candidate for a bushcraft camp

Next time I head into these woods will be in a video, I'm looking forward to it.




7 Responses

Paul. c.Pepicelli
Paul. c.Pepicelli

April 06, 2016

Hi Cody I’m back ! Wish you all the best…what can I say, the woids the knives the axe, Outstanding all of it..God Bless my friend…Paulie..
P.S let’s visit soon !

Richard Luppi
Richard Luppi

January 10, 2016

Cody, all the best in your endeavor! A man becomes what he dreams!! Cheers, Richard

Joe Flatley
Joe Flatley

September 16, 2015

If your Stillwater NY, then welcome neighbor! Eagle bay / Big moose. Nice pics and looking forward to ordering a knife from you in the near future!

Chad Von Lind
Chad Von Lind

August 05, 2015

Looks excellent Cody! And that ax is fantastic.

Jeremy
Jeremy

July 26, 2015

Nice property man! Actually,my favorite “town” name has always been “Stillwater”. (as a kid driving through Stillwater NJ to our favorite state park). Also,great work you guys do. I am a future customer for sure. Take care.

Cody
Cody

June 23, 2015

It’s stained curly maple. Glad you like the post man.

Ciaran Rooney
Ciaran Rooney

June 17, 2015

Great looking woods, Cody!

Beautiful Nessmuk too!

What wood is the handle?

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