This is a video of a two-day solo winter bushcraft camp.
I found a suitable place, cleared the snow and set up an awning. It turned out laavu from pochno. Around the campfire site, I made a shaft of snow so that the heat would not be blown away by the wind.
Inside my bushcraft laavu shelter, I laid spruce branches so that the karemat would not freeze at night. At night, a Nodya taiga fire was organized from three logs. Well, to create an atmosphere, I installed branches around the fire. The light from the fire fell on them and it seemed that I was in the hut.
By nightfall, the temperature, surprisingly, rose to minus 5 degrees Celsius, so it was comfortable to sleep.
On the first day of my forest camping, a fox came to my camp. I treated her with bacon and she happily hid in the thicket of the forest 🙂
I sleep very short, waking up sometimes to check the fire. But I got enough sleep and in the morning I prepared firewood for the second day.
Breakfast, of course, is not entirely forest, but very tasty! I smoked the bacon over the fire, boiled instant potatoes and added cucumbers and tomatoes. Tomatoes and cucumbers naturally froze – it turned out to be a tomato / cucumber ice cream.
On the second day, there were no plans. I decided to make shelves between the trees for future camping trips.
And not far away I came across a fallen birch. Apparently, she fell back in the summer during a thunderstorm. I decided to saw off a small piece and make a spoon.
There was not much time left, so the spoon turned out to be rather rough, but quite suitable for its tasks.
This was a winter solo hike, with elements of bushcraft, wood carving and campfire cooking.
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Disclaimer: This video is not intended to be a guide and is filmed for entertainment purposes only. The author does not recommend repeating the actions shown in this video and is not responsible for the consequences. It can be life threatening.