“Cold Feet”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A traditional woodsman warming his feet by the fire.

Dancing flames warmed cold, tired feet as weary hunters shared the adventures of the day. Joseph Brown, deep in the forest of the Old Northwest Territory.

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6 Responses to “Cold Feet”

  1. Ted Jayson. aka Pathfinder says:

    He was barefoot ALL weekend! Yikes!

  2. Jumpy says:

    Hello hello, from Southeastern Oklahoma. I just came across your web page and blog just a few days ago and I’m trying to play catch up on reading everything. I just want to say thank you for having a incredible web page. I am a history buff with the mid 18th century to mid 19th being my favorite time peroid. I would love to be able to go back and talk the old long hunters like Daniel Boone.
    Keep up the good work!!!

    • Dennis Neely: Traditional Woodsman says:

      Boy, wouldn’t we all?

      Thank you for your kind words. There are days, more it seems lately, that I think I should abandon cyberspace and just concentrate on wandering in my 18th-century Eden. Then someone, like yourself, sends along a gracious note of appreciation, which makes my day.

      • Jumpy says:

        Mr. Neely, I completely understand about wanting to abandon cyberspace. At times I wish I could abandon modern technology completely. I am currently holding the position of County Sheriff here and have come to despise cell phones, lol. Sometimes I just have to take my hounds and muzzleloader and sink back in the woods to get away.
        I have been a hound dog man all my life and was bit by the black powder bug about 25 years ago. Not much makes me happier than getting to run my beagles and shoot rabbits with my smoke pole.
        Although I am not shooting a period correct muzzleloader like I would like to, I am planing on making a smooth bore flinter my next project to get. What I own now are all T/C.

  3. Joseph brown says:

    Nothing like a campfire to warm the soles and the soul! Thanks to the company present, that weekend it was a great time!

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