Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Wintercount Primitive Skills Rendezvous 2011


I'm off to Arizona for the yearly primitive skills gathering, Wintercount.  I'm looking forward to going "abo" for an entire week and teaching a few classes.  This year, I'll be covering the history of the human diet -- from paleolithic to modern -- and the studies of Weston A. Price once again, along with an edible Sonoran Desert plants walk.  I'm hoping to learn more about the atlatl, as well, as I want to set up a range at the wilderness rehab I work for.  Should be a good time.  If any of you blog readers out there are planning on being there, I'd love to meet you!

I'm also planning on picking up my Homeoblock on the way back, so I'll update everyone on the details on that upon my return.  See you in a week or so!
 

4 comments:

Gabriel said...

I have been to Rabbitstick. Looking forward to your report on Wintercount and part 5 of your saga. Great blog.

Ryan Koch @ Health Matters to Me said...

I hope to make it to Rabbitstick one of these years. Maybe this is the year. Thanks for reading!

Anonymous said...

Ryan - how did it go with your home bloc?

Ryan Koch @ Health Matters to Me said...

Working on a post about that right now. Stay tuned.