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I finish building the bushcraft camp with hand tools only. I merged the other shelter building videos into this one build episode from start to finish with no talking. The raised shack bushcraft shelter is now ready for me to spend a solo overnight or two in it. I started out building the raised platform using some Y shaped sticks. I used small logs for cross members to create the raised bed. I then dug two holes to support the front frame of the natural shelter. I lashed these frames to some posts using natural tree root cordage made from pine roots which I split with my bushcraft knife. I then collected some larger logs to build the roof of the camp. I scavenged for bark around the forest and used this as shingles. But it did not cover the whole shelter. So I went to collect some evergreen boughs to make the bushcraft camp more waterproof and to add insulation. This whole bushcraft shelter was built using hand tools only and is built from entirely natural materials from the woods. Thanks for joining me on the adventure and I will spend the night in this soon!
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I wanted a bit of solitude and relaxation so I went out to my lean-to shelter for an for a day and a night, I did some work around camp tidying up and improving the fire pit. I went back to basics with fire lighting and then cooked a great evening meal on the camp fire.
I had a great time and came away feeling at peace.
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Join buddy Boosh //www.youtube.com/channel/UCPCy5p3hCtMO0vYuLoBXo-Q
and I as we search for a hidden frozen lake, in hopes to pull some specs through the ice. We snowshoe through 4 feet of powder over the course of 6 hours.
Things did not go according to plan, and we needed to make an impromptu emergency camp, the temps got down low, -20c at night, and around -10c in the day.
Come along with us to get the full story on what happened and how we dealt with a possible survival scenario by building this dual survival shelter.
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