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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Touring The Bushcraft Basecamp Property And Halls Creek

Join me as I take you for a tour of the 40 acre bushcraft basecamp land connected to Halls creek loaded with tons...

Fat Wood Fire And PackIt Gourmet At Bushcraft Base Camp

Join me at my bushcraft base camp where I make a fat wood fire and boil up some water and cook up some Austintacious...

Winter Bushcraft Lean-To Progress Part 3

Join me at my bushcraft basecamp to show you my progress on my lean-to shelter. Winter time is always a challenge to complete these kinds of tasks, but i'm always up for a good challenge. I appreciate all the support as I work hard to complete this task. Don't forget to sign up for the free stealth angel survival kit giveaway ending March 1st. Watch for part 4 coming soon. I hope to complete the shelter by then. Enjoy in HD Video. My new Website- //morettioutdoors.online Music by- //www.epidemicsound.com
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Morakniv Bushcraft Black Survival Knife Gear Review

Join me as I review the Morakniv Bushcraft Black survival knife. I have never really been a fan of fixed blade knives with rubber...

Winter Bushcraft Bugout-Lean-To Shelter In Wisconsin Part 2

Join me as I continue on my quest to complete my first lean to shelter, but first lunch and a bushcraft fire. I hope this inspires other new bushcrafters to get out there and practice. Thanks for watching and Go Wild!!! //morettioutdoors.online


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EPIC 4 DAY WILDERNESS CAMP e2 STRANDED! Wind Bound on an Island.

Go to squarespace.com/joerobinet and use promo code JOEROBINET for 10% off your first launch! Join us on the 2nd part of our epic 4 day wilderness camping trip...this was quite the adventure. We battle extreme wind, huge waves, and we experience trees falling down all around us. We got winded on an island that left us stranded for hours. We paddle our canoes through many lakes and rivers, as well as carry them with our gear over lots of trails. This truely was an epic 4 day wilderness camp. Be sure to check out Doug's video here. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2uH6EJFZtA&t=2075s Instagram //instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ Twitter //twitter.com/Robinet_Joe


Epic Performance Bars //amzn.to/2pdoKYD Join us on an epic 4 Day Wilderness Camping Trip. We set out by canoe into the wilderness of Ontario in Algonquin Park. We battle storms, strong wind,rain and exhaustion over the course of our grueling route through wilderness. We see a lot of very cool things, experience trees falling 20ft from us at camp, getting wind bound and having to change course to complete our journey through the Wilderness in 4 Days. Come along and enjoy the journey. This is Episode 1 of 4 Day Wilderness Camp The Storm Doug's Video of the trip //www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2uH6EJFZtA Instagram //instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ Twitter //twitter.com/Robinet_Joe

Saving Our Off Grid Cabin in the Woods (TOTAL RE-BUILD)

We had to save our off grid cabin in the woods. Watch us relocate and build the pallet wood tiny home in the same forest as the bushcraft camp. When we built the foundation in the first episode of the off grid pallet wood cabin build, we were not aware of the lay of the land of the site itself. Over time, and after much rainfall, it appeared that we had built the cabin in a small hollow which flooded the area around the cabin and could potentially cause it to rot. So we decided to dismantle the pallet wood log cabin and take it to a new site in a pine forest where the ground is much dryer throughout the year. Although this wilderness project was more about a father spending time with his son, we felt a strong connection with our subscribers throughout the series. It seemed a shame to let it all go to waste. So we re-built the cabin foundations on some engineering blocks to keep it raised off the ground and prevent damp entering it. We then built the walls of the cabin and proceeded to build the roof. Having listened to some subscriber comments and feedback we felt it would be a good idea to stain the cabin to give it slightly more protection against the elements and to make it blend in more with the surroundings. Making it more of a one-man bug out cabin or trapper cabin. Now we can continue to improve our off grid living and survival skills, cast iron cooking on the woodstove, overnight camping, and do more theory time chat with you guys. Stay tuned for more pallet wood projects. Thank you for watching and joining us on the adventure. OFFICIAL TA OUTDOORS MERCH: //taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: //www.taoutdoors.com TA INSTAGRAM: //www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial TA FACEBOOK: //www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TA TWITTER: //twitter.com/OutdoorsTa Subscribe to our other Fishing YouTube Channel "TAFishing" here: //www.youtube.com/tafishing Music: //www.epidemicsound.com/ #cabin #offgrid #palletwood

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