I built a survival earth shelter using only hand tools – my knife and pick, in one of my fav Bushcrafting camp trips.
A fun day of bushcraft to say the least. I arrived on site at 9am, and the shelter was complete by 8pm. A long day of hard work.
On my hike in, I spotted some shedding trees and large stones, which gave me the idea for this type of shelter. There were many downed Green pine trees as well – so I could scavenge those to aid in the build.
The hardest part was moving the large boulders and getting them out of the ground. It’s peak blackfly season as well, so I was getting attacked ruthlessly throughout this build – which all added to the feeling of success and accomplishment to overcome them.
#bushcraft #shelter #survival
═════════════════GEAR I USE ══════════════════
The Bear Essentials Handmade Gear:
DJ’s Camping Gear List on Amazon
Fjallraven Anorak No. 8 Jacket:
Fjallraven Keb Trousers:
Hestra Falt Guide Gloves:
BRYNJE MESH BASELAYER:
OTHER BASELAYERS: From the company “FIRSTLITE”
250 SMARTWOOL TOP:
150 SMARTWOOL BOXERS:
Irish Setter- ELK TRACKERS:
PELICAN 1200 CASE:
RODE VIDEO GO MIC:
SONY a7C MIRRORLESS CAM:
GRANSFORS BRUK SMALL FOREST AXE:
GRANSFORS BRUK SCANDINAVIAN FOREST AXE:
AXE MASK WITH SHARPENER:
BEAR ESSENTIALS BUCKSAW:
MORA CARBON FULL TANG KNIFE:
MORA COMPANION BUSHCRAFT KNIFE:
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