Took my backpack with camping gear and an axe and knife and I headed to the woods for a solo overnight wild camp with some Bushcraft. Hope you woodsman enjoy the vid, hit the subscribe button if you liked it – more to come.

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  1. I've made comments like this before, but I can't get over my envy! Living and camping in the BC Interior poses the big problem you do not have. Cooking fresh sausage or any food for that matter near your shelter or anywhere always causes concern with bears and always necessitates bear bags, clean-up and no smells on your gear. I would love to set-up a bivvy in the English country-side without that worry. Cheers!

  2. I love your channel; 'fort' or bush-craft camp, pallet cottage, bush-craft etc…question? I always do the shelter first, cover for myself and gear in case it rains. Depending on rain, snow etc. I don;t like leaving the fire on its own, so, shelter first, collect wood, make fire. Any comments Mike?

  3. I drink way too much fizzy drinks. I love coca cola vanilla and energy drinks. I try to drink less and less, but the combination of caffeine and sugar is just too addictive.

    I've grown fond of tea with fruit flavor or spices. There is one from Pickwick, caramelized pear, that just tastes like autumn. Perfect.