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New Land New Bushcraft Gear, Bam Son!

My Dog Scout and I travel north to explore some new land that I was recently given permission to use. I find a couple...

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Solo Overnight Camp – Stealth Tarp, Winter Camping in Cold Rain, 100 Year Old...

I head out to the Forest for a Solo Overnight Camping trip using a low-profile stealth tarp camp setup. It wasn't long before the cold rain came and as a challenge for this trip I tried to use vintage 100 year old tools. When I arrived in the woods I chose a good spot to camp in a small clearing in the forest. I set the tarp up between two pine trees and knowing that rain was in the forecast, I set the tarp up low to the ground to minimise the cold wind chill. This was filmed beginning of February so winter was in full swing in the UK. The Challenge was to try and use some old vintage gear to process firewood, light the fire and for general use around camp. It wasn't easy, as I soon found out when the axe head nearly came off when chopping wood. At one point a huge downpour of rain came, which almost got the shelter soaked. I cooked up some rice on the fire and collected more firewood for night. Throughout the video I show how to set up a tarp, how to light a fire with natural materials and other winter camping and bushcraft tips. The following morning I had to get the fire going again, this time by traditional flint and steel. I cooked up some bacon and made a fresh cup of coffee! Hope you guys enjoy the adventure! Thanks for watching and subscribe if you enjoyed the vid: https://www.youtube.com/taoutdoors Follow me on Instagram for Behind the Scenes Pics: https://www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial/ Tarp used in this video: http://amzn.to/2BYvJgn (amazon affiliate link) My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors If you wish to send me stuff: Mike Pullen PO Box 7466 HOOK RG27 7NA Subscribe to our other Fishing YouTube Channel "TAFishing" here: https://www.youtube.com/tafishing Music: http://www.epidemicsound.com/

2 Night Winter Bushcraft Camp, Building a Shelter With a Wooden Roof, Walls and...

Come along for 2 nights as we make improvements and renovations to my wooden lean-to. Temps are cold, but the fire and good food...

SOLO WINTER SURVIVAL! Minimal Gear Overnight in a HUGE Snow Storm! 24 Hours...

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Camping Alone | Overcoming The Fear

A bit of advice and a few tips for camping alone. whether you are a seasoned camper or just starting out. Going wild camping solo can be a daunting prospect. Here I give my thoughts on how to keep yourself safe while wild camping and how to overcome the fear of camping alone. These are just my own thoughts on the subject and other people may have different opinions. I welcome other opinions in the comments as together as an outdoor community we can help those that are wanting to make there first steps into wild camping solo. Please note, I live in the UK and have based this on wild camping or woodland camping in the UK. other locations may have predators that need to be accounted for. Having prior knowledge of such things would be advisable.


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