I get it from a tobacco/magazine store. Its called Normandie, very sweet with vanilla and clove hints.>>1841532
I recently got that and I haven't but i want to work a little more on my penmanship before writing in it. But yes I want that as my journal.>>1842441
Most of my gear came from fur trade shows, just Google when and where there are tons around my state. All the old timers are selling off their stuff for very reasonably prices. Like my french stuff sack that everything is laid out on top of was $35, it also doubles as a nice sleeping bag after stuffing in the Hudson Bay blanket. My cooking pail can was $5 at an antique store, haversack was $15, so on and so forth. Clay bottle came from goodwill for a buck. I think I have about $700 total in this impression. Most of these old timers love to hear someone else is showing interest and wanting to carry the touch. You get good deals too because they know it will continue to be used and cared for. I recommend etsy and Jan Townsends &Sons, fantastic can't recommend enough. Crazy crow trading co is another.
What it came down to is 3 things
- Everything should have more than one use.
- Fire is essential, have flint and steel on you and in every pack
- Resources anything you could possibly need around you and form with basic tools