With its ground neck and medium-weight head, Ekelund Hunting Axe is ideal for easier forestry work as well as for skinning game with great precision. This makes it your perfect hunting partner. It is also an ideal gift for any hunting enthusiast.
Like all our axes, the Ekelund is hand forged and made from Swedish quality steel. As part of the head-forging process, the steel axe head is struck 40–60 times, thereby increasing its density and resulting in great durability. The name of our classic hunting axe comes from Gunnar Ekelund, the squire who, inspired after a trip to the USA, initiated axe production at a larger scale in 1870–75.
One moment you're making your morning coffee enjoying the silence of the mountains and the next a helicopter lands 30 metres from your tent and out jump a bunch of police. First thought, shit what did I do... second has our Inreach emergency beacon accidentally gone off? Luckily neither and they were as surprised to see us as we them. #winterpeak#arthursrange#southislandnz
Spring is here! And that means it's time for camping season. When it comes to favorite destinations ours is at Cache Valley Comment on this post and let us know what your favorite place is! #CampSaver#Destinations#Spring#Camping
Tief im Süden Frankreichs sind wir seit 2 Tagen unterwegs und hoffen dass wir die nächsten zwei Wochen einiges an Material sammeln können. Fast 1000 ha Labyrinth liegen vor uns und vor allem eine große Herausforderung. Es heisst die Fische finden und richtig taktieren um die Jungs ans Band zu bekommen. Unser Leben, unsere Welt✌️ #baitfabrik#endstufe
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The Lake Castrovalva area of Lechuguilla (cave) in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico, is very special. It is abundant in very delicate and unique cave formations, and for this reason it is very rarely visited. These formations are simply perfect and pristine. Here, a geologist admires a fine set of rimstones and gours. For millions of years, the cave has been sealed off from human and animal interaction. The cave is so beautiful and so important to science that access is strictly controlled in order to keep the cave in as pristine condition as possible. It is a real time machine, taking us back to a world that was very different to the one we live in today. Lechuguilla features strongly in the current episode (Genesis) of the @natgeochannel documentary ‘One Strange Rock’ - Check it out! @natgeocreative