Homemade Hot Tent And Stove Update – Did they survive the winter?

Lonnie and Connie take a trip out to their homemade hot tent and stove camp to just get out in the great Alaska Spring time sun and to see how the camp handled the winter snows. Connie and Lonnie have been gone a lot this winter with various duties as well as being out at their remote cabin enjoying the cabin and doing repairs and maintenance. So it was great getting back to the homemade hot tent with the homemade stove.

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A couple playlists or videos that you may enjoy follow below:

Making And Using A Hot Tipi – Tent
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtLdMIaIIFw&list=PL_fotv96EsweyRrySfWPBvI1ZgARTNFAv

Tarp Tents And Buscrafted Shelters
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtLdMIaIIFw&list=PL_fotv96EswcoYla9IwADN1nskjlFmbbR

Hello my name is Lonnie and My wife is Connie.

Here at Far North Bushcraft And Survival you will learn about many long forgotten tricks and tips of the old time woodsmen. Not only will you learn about bushcraft / woodcraft but you will learn many things that will help you to survive in less than ideal “survival” situations as well. Come along and sit with me by the campfire as I delve into these subjects in a way that you can easily learn to then do yourself.

I will show you how to make shelters, gather food, use wild medicines as well as start fires with or without matches, lighters, ferro rods, etc

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