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Solo Winter Overnighter In A Tepee
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12 thoughts on “Solo Winter Overnighter In A Tepee

    1. Survival Lilly have you tried tying rope loosely around the log when splitting to keep from bending over and flinging the pieces out?

    2. Survival Lilly great video! we have had a not snowy winter here in Seward Alaska either! We finally got 7 inches today. pretty dismal for here.

    3. If you get the chance, would you show how to make a urban survival PVC bow and arrow set. Happy “International Women’s Day”.

    4. Dude you need to get out in the woods more… it’s where the worries disappear. be respectful ,don’t hurt any one. it’s all that matters. Europe’s a bit weird though. so just find a cop & have a conversation… it’s the fastest way to sort out the local rules. once your there ask the farmer where it’s good to go . just go have fun that’s what the woods are for. Jared
      oh, that was for Fraxxxi.

  1. I was in the Yosemite National park museum yesterday looking at authentic native American bows they used for hunting and I thought of your bow you made. They were small, only about 100 centimeters long, one piece with sinew reinforced handhold. I think they ate a lot of crows because crows are abundant in winter there and they are extra large.

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