This was a couple of weeks back and I meant to share it then but got destracted so thought id share it now. Most days I go on a walk about but today I wanted to find a nice piece of wood to carve a little bowl out of and I needed to stock up on pine resin so I headed to two areas. The first area was a Willow wood that I haven't visited for a few years and the second was a small pine wood. Some pictures from the journey there. I did a little foreging on the way to the willow wood and enjoyed some wild cherries and blackberries. I only took 1 liter of water as there's a natural spring on the way that I can get a refill from. I used my Hydropal water bottle with survival filter and a purification tablet just to be on the safe side. I got to the Willow woods and they where really over grown with brambles and hawthorn so I had to fight my way in but its all good fun. Some very old fallen Willow here. Cut myself a nice piece of willow with my Swedish pack saw and then split it into two using my Puukko. Swedish pack saw. Then onto the pine wood. I spent about 15 minutes collecting pine resin which was to be found on most of the trees. It then started to rain so I sheltered under a tree and got a brew on using my enamel cup and Swiss army stove. Id made a couple of sandwiches at home to bring with me which went down very well. The rain stopped so it was time to make my way home. The pine resin I had collected Theres enough here to light a few fires or use on a couple of projects. I spent about 4 hours out today and had a very nice day finding the materials I needed plus some quality time with Mother nature.