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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/
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...
I head to the Bushcraft Camp in the Forest for a day of Fire Lighting Skills with Alec Steele, the incredible Blacksmith Youtuber! Subscribe to Alec's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/alectheblacksmith The aim of the day was to try and teach Alec to light a fire using a number of different fire lighting techniques. Ranging from the traditional flint & steel fire, to making feather sticks as well as using a tinder fungus and dried grass. To begin with, we needed to process the wood using Alec's forged Axe and a folding bow saw. Alec split the fire wood with his hatchet and he further processed it down into kindling using the knife that he had helped me forge in a previous video. Once Alec got the fire going with feather sticks and a ferro rod, we cooked up some fresh steak on the grill. Closely followed by sausages! It was then time to teach Alec how to light a fire with flint & steel, a cramp ball fungus and the classic birch bark fire using bark from the silver birch tree (betula pendula) which has a high resin content. It was great to get Alec out into the woods for a day of Bushcraft and Fire at the Camp! 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/ 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/