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OFF GRID WATER could make you SICK protect from Bacteria Viruses Heavy Metals

Living Off Grid means no public utilities.To get what you need you have to think outside of the box. Rain water Harvesting has been around since rain. Today's video we walk you through a filter change on our rain water catchment system that we use at our log cabin. The we take our water filtration…

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Thatch Roof House: Full Bushcraft Shelter Build with Hand Tools | Saxon House

We build a bushcraft saxon house with thatch roof using just simple hand tools. Inspired by anglo saxons, this iron age bushcraft shelter was built by a father and son using natural materials found in the surrounding forest. We used spades to dig a deep pit which was to be the foundations for the bushcraft…

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Overnight in the Off Grid Cabin: Alone with my Dog

Join me for an overnight with my dog in the cheap off grid pallet wood cabin which we built for free using recycled pallets. I spend the night alone in the cabin with my dog, spending time connecting with nature and the surrounding wilderness. Being in the tiny house with nothing but simple tools, a…

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Escaping the Madness: Solo Overnight in the Cabin | Bushcraft Skills

Solo Overnight: Camping in the Cabin. Get 30% off your first bag of coffee with Trade when you click here: https://cen.yt/tradetaoutdoors Join me as I do a solo camp in the woods, alone in my tiny cabin that we built from recycled pallet wood. I take this time to switch off from the world and…

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Bushcraft & Fishing – Catch & Cook Over The Fire at The Saxon Camp

Join us for some bushcraft and fishing as we cook our catch over the coals outside the thatched roof saxon house. It's been 3 months since we have been to this woodland where our viking house and saxon shelter were built. We have more plans to further improve the saxon house, including more work on…

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Viking Bushcraft Shelter Build in 4 Days – Full Build | Vikings

We build a viking bushcraft shelter in 4 days based on traditional Icelandic viking houses which were built from turf and sod. This camp is built slightly different, where we didn't use stone and turf for the walls, we built a timber frame construction in the shape of an a-frame where the rafters on one…

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