Ray has a way of teaching like that, which is surely why he's become an icon for woodsmen and bushcrafters across the globe.
Wow, I can't believe how much this band is influenced by The Postal Service.
His voice, the background music.... even the lyrics. Ridiculous. I wouldn't be surprised if "Fireflies" was a track that the Postal Service discarded.
And everyone stop talking about Michael Jackson. No one liked him when he was alive, stop pretending to like him now that he's dead.
Rofl, the swearing was coincidental... we actually don't swear that much in person.
And yes, we were in the Lake George area. I've seen abandoned stone foundations before in the Adirondacks, but not ever quite so deep in the woods.
In case you want to know, it was the south-east end of lake george. Fort-Ann area. I believe the road we hiked off of was called Shelving Rock Road, or Sly Pond Road.
That's awesome. Thanks for posting this, I love warcraft's dwarven lore!
Great job, man. No gift which is bought compares to a gift which is made. And what a gift you made...
By the way, you happen to know the name of the background music?
Great job. His voice definitely works for Dredg covers.
Patatmetkip doesn't seem to understand that a cover is someone's own interpretation of a particular song. The guitar, the vocals, or anything else for that matter, can be changed as drastically as the person doing the cover wishes. Others may or may not like the interpretation, but to each their own. I think this guy did just fine.
"ROCKY! ROCKY IS HERE!"
"The most incredible victory in mixed-martial-arts history!"
... And how about some ridiculous statements. Damn guy was acting like he never seen a fight before.
This kid genuinely has fun writing and playing music... and he's amazing at it.
Expect some great stuff from Mattrach!
Idk, I think Phil has him beat.
I have a Scandinavian Forest Axe and have used it for quite some time. The smith who made mine is KS. I have screwed around with numerous local-bought axes... this blows any of them out of the water.
It takes and holds an edge extremely well. It is lightweight and swift. Very versatile length/weight ratio. Perfect general-purpose axe for camping and bushcraft. Simply put, it's an axe that would make even Gimli proud.
Hey - without it, you can tell all your buddies that you made it. :P
Thanks a lot, you make great videos. This looks like a great tool to have.
I think many of us do. This guys good...
Actually, after listening to it again, he does really good when he's singing the longer notes, which is where his voice really shows through. It only seemed bad during the parts which sounds like talking.
I suppose that everyone has their own style of singing. But in my opinion, this isn't quite his style. Nessun Dorma, on the other hand, is definitely his style. He owned that song... But I think the coolest thing about Paul Potts is his story.
Haha that was awesome. He desperately starts busting out Michael Jackson dance moves...
Haha, good one potterbond007.
You're one talented son of a bitch - great job!
Great video! Unique music; more adventurous sounding than relaxing, as most music in bushcraft videos sounds relaxing. Good stuff, nice change.
Yeah, this guy is the man. 2 second hand drill... hell, 15 second hand drill is impressive.
kevmat7 - Eating simple sugars after a workout creates an 'insulin spike', which sends glucose to your muscle cells and allows for a greater uptake of amino acids (the building blocks of protein), which are great for muscle growth. This makes the protein you ingest help your muscle cells better than if you didnt eat simple sugars after your workout.
To make a long story short... it's supposed to help you repair. And every little bit adds up :)
I have been working out consistently and studying exercise movements for quite some time... and I can tell you, this guy knows his shit.
It would be wise to listen to him. Thanks, StandFirm.
He is actually in the Canadian Rockies this episode, not Sweden. But regardless, you're right; the same principals apply in any forest. Come prepared, or else you'll regret it.
I'd like to mount an Armageddon Firesteel on to an antler myself.. those are too gorgeous to just observe, gotta have one.