My thanks to Paul Kirtley for taking the time to interview me for his podcast recently. I was one his early ‘victims’ about four years ago, on what has proved to be one of the few podcasts that blossoms and then keeps the momentum going. It was an honour to be invited back.
We talked for an hour and a half and covered a lot of subjects, in a hopefully original way. We cover many topics that will be familiar to followers of my work – outdoor clues and signs, natural navigation, books and the writing process – but, credit to Paul, almost the whole of our 90 minute conversation is new interview terrain I believe.
One of the great joys of chatting with Paul is that his knowledge means ideas spark off each other and this makes the conversation much more fruitful. If you find the time to listen to the whole thing and don’t learn something, I’ll eat a Beechwood Sickener.
Hope you enjoy!
(And even if you don’t want to listen to my interview, do check out Paul’s other guests and explore his website, it’s one of the best out there for bushcraft wisdom).