The blog Woods Roamer began in 2011 and continued until 2014. Below you will find a selection of popular posts including many on saving nature and environmental preservation as well as posts related to South Texas native plants and most of my posts on knives and bows. The blog will stay online as reference material for those interested in subjects related to nature, South Texas ethnobotany, knife and bow making. To all the people I met during the course of publishing Woods Roamer I say, Farewell and may your adventures in the woods be fruitful and above all forever respectful of nature. My primary focus in Woods Roamer was to bring an environmental awareness to those who enjoy the outdoors and particular within the area of woodcraft or field craft. To that end I hope the blog caused many to not only think about the loss of habitat and the ever present danger of pollution but to also become active in trying to preserve the land. Special interests groups around the world continue to foster misinformation about the reality of global warming and the effects of continued pollution; I hope you join the fight to stop them.
This is no longer an active blog so the comments section has been closed. I will continue to receive email regarding the blog at email@example.com
Thanks to all those loyal readers who sent me emails every week and took the time to comment on my posts.
There will be other writings and formats in the future and perhaps another chance to begin a conversation. Hope to see you then.