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Building a Viking House with Hand Tools: Stone Clay Pit | Bushcraft Project (PART...

We continue to build a bushcraft viking house in the woods with hand tools. Part 3 focuses on building a viking long pit, or stone fire pit, for the inside of the viking house. We dig the foundations of the pit using a shovel and our hands. We dig through the soil layer and then dig down to the clay layer. We store the clay for later use. We then head into the forest to find some large stones to line the fire pit. We used the clay to help set the stones in place and we do more pointing on the stone slabs around the edge of the pit. The viking house build is coming along nicely. It now has a foundation of cedar logs, secured together using log cabin notches or saddle notches. We have a timber frame built using wood dowels to hold it in place. We burnt the ends of the frame to prevent the rot from the ground. We stop for lunch and Dustin cooks fresh caught squid in egg and bread crumbs over a bed of fresh salad with sweet chilli sauce dip. We also grill whole fish over the fire viking style. Next we will focuses on building more viking beds in the camp. Thanks for watching and subscribe so you don't miss the next episode! VIKING HOUSE PLAYLIST (EVERY EPISODE): //www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnadpeGdTxD9wUrrSUQojUgTowrFMJeg Subscribe to Dustin's Channel Bushcraft Tools: //www.youtube.com/user/BUSHCRAFTFIRES Subscribe to Dad's Channel TA Fishing: //www.youtube.com/tafishing Get TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa #vikinghouse #viking #bushcraft #handtools Music: epidemicsound.com
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Building a Viking House in the Forest: Timber Frame | Bushcraft Project (PART 2)

We continue building a viking house in the forest using hand tools only. In Part 2 we build a timber frame bushcraft style. We use a bit and brace and make wood dowels to build the a frame timber roof structure. The foundations of the viking shelter consists of cedar logs which we notched using log cabin notches (saddle notches) and we made the walls two cedar logs high. We burned the ends of the a frame and dug a deep hole down into the clay layer. By burning the ends using the ancient Japanese technique "shou sugi ban" it will help to preserve the wood and make the structure last longer. We then scavenged for a long cedar log to use as the ridgepole which runs down the top of the viking house. In Part 3 we build a viking long pit for a long fire. We use clay and stones that we scavenged from the woods. We also cook fresh fish and squid over the fire pit which is outside of the viking camp. VIKING HOUSE VIDEO PLAYLIST: Subscribe to Dustin's Channel Bushcraft Tools: //www.youtube.com/user/BUSHCRAFTFIRES Subscribe to Dad's Channel TA Fishing: //www.youtube.com/tafishing Get TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa #vikinghouse #viking #bushcraft #taoutdoors Music: epidemicsound.com
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Building a Viking House with Hand Tools: A Bushcraft Project (PART 1)

We build a bushcraft viking house in the woods using hand tools only. Part 1 focuses on cutting the cedar logs for the foundations of the viking house. The foundations are only going to be two cedar logs high. The hand tools we use are an axe, saw, hammer, and wrecking bar. We begin by using an axe and saw to create saddle notches to make the log cabin foundation. We are only building the foundation two cedar logs high, because the timber frame of the roof will come right down to the forest floor. We use 10 logs overall for the foundation of the viking shelter. We burned the ends of the support stakes using Shou-Sugi Ban. An ancient wood preserving technique invented by the Japanese. It helps to evaporate any moisture in the wood and creates a sealed, protective layer to help prevent it from rotting as quickly. Cedar is pretty rot proof and is often used in Log Cabin building. We cook up some food over the fire and then finish the foundation of the Bushcraft Viking House in the woods. In Part 2, we will be focusing on building the timber frame of the structure. Using cedar logs and hand tools. We hope to build a viking long pit, raised beds, a door and a porch. Eventually we hope to cook venison and other food over the open fire inside the viking camp. Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss the next episode! Subscribe to Dustin's Channel Bushcraft Tools: //www.youtube.com/user/BUSHCRAFTFIRES Get TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ TA INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial TA FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TA TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa #vikinghouse #viking #bushcraft #taoutdoors Music: epidemicsound.com
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MODIFYING MY TRUCK – Roof Rack Install – (CAMPING & OFF ROAD)

A short video on modifying my truck. For this one I am doing a roof rack install. I want to turn my truck into a family camping/expedition vehicle, that can capably go off road so that I can get to the harder to reach camp spots for bushcraft and survival trips. I have more truck mods that I would like to do. I want to possibly install a hard top for the pick up, to allow more space for camping gear. The new front runner slimline 2 rack will help to securely take the roof top tent and also a canoe or two for some summer canoe trips. TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com FRONT RUNNER SLIMLINE 2 ROOF RACK: //www.frontrunneroutfitters.com TUFF-TREK OVERLAND & EXPEDITION VEHICLE SPECIALISTS: //tuff-trek.com/index.html TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ TA INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial TA FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TA TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa #truck #taoutdoors #offroad Music: epidemicsound.com
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2 DAY SOLO BUSHCRAFT in an Enchanted Forest – Canvas Tent (MOSS FOREST...

I go on a 2 day solo bushcraft camp in an enchanted moss covered forest. I setup my canvas tent (polish lavvu) by a small river and enjoy the amazing surrounding nature and wildlife. At night I get a camp fire going and cook soup. I go to sleep in the tent listening to the sound of owls and the flowing river nearby. The first part of the video has no talking as I wanted to immerse myself into this amazing enchanted forest. Get TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ Canvas Stool Cover: //bluesbushcraftboutique.bigcartel.com/product/bushcraft-seat TA INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial TA FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TA TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa #bushcraft #taoutdoors #wintercamping Music: epidemicsound.com

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After uploading the aborted camp video I expected a ton of abuse, I was both surprised and touched by some of the comments that were left on the video. I was moved to make this video and say thank you personally.
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Building a Viking House with Hand Tools: Timber Roof, Bed | Bushcraft Project (PART...

We continue building a bushcraft viking house using traditional hand tools. Part 5 focuses on using hand tools to build the timber frame roof using cedar logs. We also use the axe, saw, hammer and auger to build a bushcraft viking bed for the viking shelter. Now that the saw horse is built, it is much easier for us to saw wood efficiently. We cook steak over the fire and eat good food in the viking camp. The rafters on the house are now up and secured to the ridge pole. We burned the ends of the rafters using the ancient Japanese technique called shou sugi ban. This helps to preserve the wood and prevent rot. We did this in the same style as the a frame shelter. The raised bed still needs work. Dad got to work on building a log store for firewood. We can't wait to cook meat over the viking fire pit! We also began work on taking the bark of the cedar logs ready for the bark roof which will be our shingles. We use a bushcraft knife and hands to peel the bark off the logs. A drawknife could be used but we would only get small pieces of bark. In Part 6 we focus on building the rest of the rafters and getting to work on building the bark roof of the viking house. This will be a difficult and time consuming job but once it is done the viking bushcraft camp will almost be complete! Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss the next episode! VIKING HOUSE PLAYLIST (EVERY EPISODE): //www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnadpeGdTxD9wUrrSUQojUgTowrFMJeg Subscribe to Dad's Channel TA Fishing: //www.youtube.com/tafishing Subscribe to Dustin's Channel Bushcraft Tools: //www.youtube.com/user/BUSHCRAFTFIRES GET TA OUTDOORS MERCHANDISE: //taofficial.com/ (Worldwide Shipping) TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa FILMING & CAMERA GEAR I USE: Main Camera: //amzn.to/2SG9unv Drone: //amzn.to/2WSQ1za Standard Lens: //amzn.to/2E5LFxs Wide Angle Lens: //amzn.to/2E3U6t0 Zoom Lens: //amzn.to/2tfb4yl 50mm fixed Lens: //amzn.to/2BvUAGN Main Camera Microphone: //amzn.to/2I9tVVQ Secondary Camera Mic: //amzn.to/2WYP3RQ Radio Microphone: //amzn.to/2Ifqaym Camera Light: //amzn.to/2MYA4mn Powerbank: //amzn.to/2WYQVdk Tripod: //amzn.to/2DtumVm GoPro Action Cam: //amzn.to/2UPS9Wx GoPro Chest Mount: //amzn.to/2tfCkwu GoPro Head Mount: //amzn.to/2WWBra3 Camera SD Cards: //amzn.to/2WVWcT5 Editing Laptop: //amzn.to/2BtRK4S BUSHCRAFT GEAR I USE: Bushcraft Pants/Trousers: //amzn.to/2SFY8jf 3x3 Metre Tarp: //amzn.to/2IjM4Az Hammock: //amzn.to/2N0Vpvx Hammock underblanket: //amzn.to/2GmeBmT Thermal Camping Air Mattress: //amzn.to/2N0uQXs Awesome Affordable Bushcraft Knives: //amzn.to/2SLhWle Medium Axe: //amzn.to/2E5NBWK Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe: //amzn.to/2E5FkC1 Small Hatchet: //amzn.to/2I319Gb Affordable Firesteel: //amzn.to/2N1D3L8 Folding Camp Grill: //amzn.to/2BvF6lM Durable GPS Watch: //amzn.to/2N1fQZl These are Amazon associate links and help to support my channel. #vikinghouse #viking #bushcraft #taoutdoors
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Building a Viking House with Hand Tools: Axe, Hammer, Auger, | Bushcraft Project (PART...

We continue building a bushcraft viking house in the forest using hand tools only. Part 4 focuses on using the axe, auger and draw knife to build a viking bench, saw horse and spit for the stone clay fire pit ready to roast meat over the fire. Now that the cedar log foundations are in place, and the timber frame has been built, we are able to focus on making viking furniture such as the saw horse and bench using traditional woodworking techniques and hand tools. We use a draw knife to take off the bark of the cedar logs to help preserve them and prevent bugs and water from rotting the logs. I use an auger to drill holes for the legs of the saw horse. We then use a sledge hammer to drive in the legs. Using an axe and some wood wedges we also split a cedar log to make a bench for inside the viking house. We cook up food over the fire, this time southern fried chicken in the cast iron dutch oven over the viking long pit. In Part 5 we focus on finishing the wood frame roof of the Viking House. We build the rafters, and build some pirlins too. As well as begin collecting the cedar bark ready for the cedar shingle roof. Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss the next episode! BUSHCRAFT BROTHERHOOD MERCHANDISE: //taofficial.com/collections/bushcraft-brotherhood (Worldwide Shipping) VIKING HOUSE PLAYLIST (EVERY EPISODE): //www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnadpeGdTxD9wUrrSUQojUgTowrFMJeg Subscribe to Dad's Channel TA Fishing: //www.youtube.com/tafishing Subscribe to Dustin's Channel Bushcraft Tools: //www.youtube.com/user/BUSHCRAFTFIRES Get TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com/shop/ INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa FILMING & CAMERA GEAR I USE: Main Camera: //amzn.to/2SG9unv Drone: //amzn.to/2WSQ1za Standard Lens: //amzn.to/2E5LFxs Wide Angle Lens: //amzn.to/2E3U6t0 Zoom Lens: //amzn.to/2tfb4yl 50mm fixed Lens: //amzn.to/2BvUAGN Main Camera Microphone: //amzn.to/2I9tVVQ Secondary Camera Mic: //amzn.to/2WYP3RQ Radio Microphone: //amzn.to/2Ifqaym Camera Light: //amzn.to/2MYA4mn Powerbank: //amzn.to/2WYQVdk Tripod: //amzn.to/2DtumVm GoPro Action Cam: //amzn.to/2UPS9Wx GoPro Chest Mount: //amzn.to/2tfCkwu GoPro Head Mount: //amzn.to/2WWBra3 Camera SD Cards: //amzn.to/2WVWcT5 Editing Laptop: //amzn.to/2BtRK4S BUSHCRAFT GEAR I USE: Bushcraft Pants/Trousers: //amzn.to/2SFY8jf 3x3 Metre Tarp: //amzn.to/2IjM4Az Hammock: //amzn.to/2N0Vpvx Hammock underblanket: //amzn.to/2GmeBmT Thermal Camping Air Mattress: //amzn.to/2N0uQXs Awesome Affordable Bushcraft Knives: //amzn.to/2SLhWle Medium Axe: //amzn.to/2E5NBWK Gransfors Bruks Small Forest Axe: //amzn.to/2E5FkC1 Small Hatchet: //amzn.to/2I319Gb Affordable Firesteel: //amzn.to/2N1D3L8 Folding Camp Grill: //amzn.to/2BvF6lM Durable GPS Watch: //amzn.to/2N1fQZl These are Amazon associate links and help to support my channel. #vikinghouse #viking #bushcraft #taoutdoors

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