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With a break in the winter weather, I spend a few days outside milling boards and timbers for my log cabin, cutting firewood and packaging deer meat that I've been aging hanging on the cabin for a couple of weeks. With one of the 2'x12" pine boards, I make a rough wooden bench for the dining area in the cabin and I prepare for my next deer hunt. If you're interested in seeing more video content, or want to watch these videos early and commercial free, you can support my family and me on Patreon; 🤍 CLOTHING: 🤍 AMAZON LINKS: 🤍 Best of My Self Reliance: 🤍 2022 OFF GRID CABIN LIFE: 🤍 OFF GRID LIVING: 🤍 COOKING: 🤍 BUILDING LOG CABIN WITH HAND TOOLS: 🤍 BUILDING OFF GRID SAUNA: 🤍 BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL: 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Instagram – 🤍 Mailing Address for items sent by regular mail: My Self Reliance/Shawn James 51 King William Street P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville, ON P1H 0B5 Address for items sent by courier: 200 Manitoba St., Unit 3, Suite 415 Bracebridge, ON P1L 2E2
November 30 - With a day of heavy rain, I do some work inside, including making a wooden bench for the dining area, and I answer concerns from viewers about the sound of rain on the metal roof. To watch this video and much more commercial-free and early, you can become a Patron at the following link; 🤍 MY SELF RELIANCE CHANNEL: 🤍 Watch the playlists by clicking on these links: The Path to Self Reliance: 🤍 2021 Cabin Life: 🤍 Alaska Log Cabins and Wildlife: 🤍 Best of My Self Reliance: 🤍 MERCHANDISE: 🤍 AMAZON:🤍 GREENHOUSE: 🤍 of My Self Reliance: 🤍 BLACKSMITH: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 OTHER VIDEOS: 2021 OFF GRID CABIN LIFE: 🤍 OFF GRID LIVING: 🤍 COOKING: 🤍 BUILDING LOG CABIN WITH HAND TOOLS: 🤍 BUILDING OFF GRID SAUNA: 🤍 BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL: 🤍 My Facebook Page – 🤍 My Instagram Page – 🤍 Mailing Address for items sent by regular mail: My Self Reliance/Shawn James 51 King William Street P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville, ON P1H 0B5 Canada Address for items sent by courier: 200 Manitoba St., Unit 3, Suite 415 Bracebridge, ON P1L 2E2 Canada
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Building a comlete and warm bushcraft survival shelter in the wild from stone My videos cover bushcraft, survival, winter camping, snow camping, nature documentary, craft, fishing, ice fishing, shelter, woodworking, off grid, log cabin, primitive technology, nature sounds, wilderness survival and outdoor skills, diy, asmr, bushcraft gear like axes, knives, saws, backpacks, fireplace, solo tent camping, stone shelter, survival shelters No talk in my videos and no music. Only relaxing nature sounds... I've finally completed my bushcraft survival shelter. I spent 14 days to complete my stone house. There was heavy rain on some days while I was building the house. That's why I paused. Winter is approaching. It snowed in the highlands. It's my best solo camping. I had built most of it before. In this part, I made a wooden sofa for sleeping. I plastered the walls with mud. I did landscape work. I slightly raised the fireplace and decorated it. I laid stones like tiles on the roof and cooked delicious meals. I cooked a rabbit. The meat of the wild rabbit was very tasty. I've hunted the rabbit before. It was in the freezer. I'll take it out, I cooked it in my chalet. I was very tired, but I became a very nice host. I hope you enjoy watching the video. Please share your comments with me. Thank you in advance. #bushcraft, #survival, #shelter -FOLLOW ME ON SOCİAL MEDIA- FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 TIKTOK 🤍 YOUTUBE 🤍 MY BEST VİDEOS STONE SHELTER PART 1 🤍 STONE SHELTER PART 2 🤍 PLASTIC WRAP SHELTER 🤍 WINTER TENT CAMPING IN SNOW 🤍
My brother-in-law Scott's tiny off-grid cabin has long impressed me.... so here's a full tour with the hopes it will inspire YOU to build your own off-grid cabin! He takes us through all his systems: water, solar, heating, plumbing, electricity, lights, and his unique foundation. He also talks about how he spaced out his build over several years to keep it affordable and manageable. Thanks for your views, comments, and support! Watch me build a cabin: 🤍 Watch me install a well: (Scott taught me!) 🤍 Watch Scott take me for a bi-plane ride! 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: 🤍 To see my recommendation for gear and the gear I use in my videos go to: MY AMAZON AFFILIATE STORE 🤍 A purchase through this link helps support this channel- THANK YOU! MY ETSY STORE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for news/updates on my website: 🤍 My husband Dave Whipple's YouTube channel, BUSHRADICAL: 🤍
Was able to build and install front door. Barn doors were built but I didn’t have right size ratchet with me to install tracks. That will have to wait until next video. Chimney and stove pipe were connected on wood stove but still too warm to start a fire. #cabin #offgrid #offgridcabin #wilderness #cabinbuild
in this video I build a small off grid cabin in the woods. I try to keep it a cheep and simple project yet make it as nice as possible . I finish the cabin off with some nice wood working, beautiful tongue and groove pine cut from logs I had . install the perfect little wood stove , and even use some live edge for trim .top it all off with a breakfast cooked on the wood stove makes this a very relaxing a satisfying video
Stephanie and Joel share their 14-year journey of building a home from reclaimed materials, living off-grid with solar power, and growing a lot of their own food, from fruits and veggies to milk, meat, and honey. They built their home on shared land using materials they salvaged from the dump, wood from a building they took apart themselves, and whatever free stuff they could get their hands on. They had no electricity in the beginning so they only had candles. Eventually, they got a solar panel and a battery to run lights, and the systems have evolved from there. They now have a wood cookstove for heat and cooking in the winter, 5 solar panels and 4 lithium batteries for electricity (plus a generator to supplement on cloudy days), a washing machine, a propane fridge and stove for summertime cooking, and a thermostat controlled propane stove so they don't have to get up in the middle of the night to stoke the fire. For water they have a quarry on the land which they draw from to fill a reservoir in their loft. From there, the water is gravity fed into the kitchen and bathroom. Their drinking water comes from a well on the property. The toilet is an Airhead urine diverting toilet. The cabin has a master bedroom in the loft and a main-floor bedroom that's split into two sleeping spaces for their kids. They have an open-concept kitchen, dining and living room area, and the bathroom is closed in with a beautiful bottle wall. There's also a sunroom they recently added to the front of the house to bring in natural light, passive solar heating, and to grow food in the winter (with the help of LED grow lights). For work, Joel owns a tree service business, and Stephanie runs an off-grid Airbnb business. You can check out the awesome Pickalotta off-grid cabin here: 🤍 Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle - STAY IN TOUCH! - Website: 🤍exploringalternatives.ca Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 - COMMENTS - We want our channel and our comments section to be an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome to watch and contribute. For this reason, comments that are inappropriate or hateful will be reported and/or deleted. Please discuss and debate with respect, and report inappropriate or hateful comments directly to YouTube. - CREDITS - Music & Song Credits: All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Build photos provided by Joel and Stephanie from Chickadilly Farm #offgrid #offgridliving #offgridhomestead
In this video my wife Brooke and I build a very simple, very affordable cabin. With a simple single pitch roof and only 2 windows. While I was filming this building project so was Brooke. You can check out her first video featuring this cabin by clicking the link below. I'll see you on part 2 Brooke's video 🤍
Welcome back to the cabin. In this video, I work on building a new side table at the cabin. I also try to make the most out of November, although being my least favourite time of the year. Epoxy Resin: 🤍 Table Legs: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Mailing address (regular mail): 51 King William Street, P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville ON P1H 0B5 Business Inquiries: emilyaisling🤍influint.co
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This man built a beautiful off-grid cabin with the help of friends for $65,000 CAD including the cost of the land. There was no road access to his lot so he had to bring in all of the building materials using a 4-wheeler with a small trailer, and then load them on a material elevator to bring them up a cliff to where he wanted to build his home. You can find out more about this cabin on Instagram here: 🤍 The cabin can collect and store 3,000 litres of rainwater from the roof. One of the water tanks is inside the house to prevent the water from freezing during the winter, and the other two are in a shed that is attached to the cabin so that warm air can be circulated with fans to prevent the other two tanks from freezing as well. For heat, he has a wood stove, and he brings the firewood up to the cabin using the material elevator. For power, he has a solar power system and a backup generator for cloudy days. This micro cabin has two lofts, one is a living room, and one is the bedroom. On the main floor is a kitchen with propane 2-burner cooktop and 110 volt fridge, a bathroom with a sink and a bath (but no toilet because he prefers to have the toilet outside), and a spacious living area with the wood stove and dining table. He lives in the tiny house with his girlfriend and enjoys the simple lifestyle and the challenge of living sustainably. Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle - STAY IN TOUCH! - Blog: 🤍exploringalternatives.ca Facebook: /exploringalternativesblog Instagram: 🤍exploringalternatives - COMMENTS - We want our channel and our comments section to be an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome to watch and to contribute. For this reason, comments that are inappropriate or hateful will be reported and/or deleted. Please discuss and debate with respect, and report inappropriate or hateful comments directly to YouTube. - SUBTITLES AND CLOSED CAPTIONS - Thank you to our subtitle and closed captions contributors! If you would like to contribute subtitles or closed captions to an Exploring Alternatives video, please click here to see which ones need your help: 🤍 If you have any questions about adding subtitles and closed captions, please email us at danielle.is.exploring🤍gmail.com - SPONSORS - We occasionally include paid sponsor messages/integrations in our videos to help fund the channel. We do our best to work with companies and organizations that offer products or services that are in line with our values, and that we think would be interesting and useful to you, our viewers. We will always disclose if we’re promoting products that were given to us for free, or if we’re including a sponsored message in a video. For business or sponsorship inquiries, please email us at danielle.is.exploring🤍gmail.com - CREDITS - Music & Song Credits: All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat of Exploring Alternatives
I built a tiny a-frame cabin in 7 days and now a year later I do have regrets. In todays video I go in depth about the Den Outdoors cabin I built and the regrets I made with some of my off-grid choices. 10% off of LAND for ever 👇👇👇 Discount Lots: 🤍 promocode: DLKEEPITTINY10 - Want to chat with me directly? I am now working with people one on one! 🤍 - 🙏 4 WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT THE CHANNEL 🙏 1. Join my free newsletter: 🤍 2. Buy me a cup of coffee 🤍 2. Subscribe to the channel 3. Hit the LIKE button and or leave a comment 4. Share the video with a friend 5. Schedule a one on one 75 minute call with me: 🤍 - Follow us on Instagram: 🤍keepittiny.media 📺 WHAT TO WATCH NEXT 📺 - Off-Grid Cabin + Sky Deck Tour // 196 Square Feet Tiny House // New York Airbnb in Finger Lakes: 🤍 - A-Frames are STUPID | Rant and review from a happy a-frame owner 🤍 KEEP IT TINY MEDIA: The business side of tiny homes, domes, tents, glamping, and everything in between. - 📩 📩 📩 Business Inquiries ONLY jamie🤍windwoodco.com Follow us on Instagram: 🤍keepittiny.media - ⏰ TIME STAMPS ⏰ 0:00 Cabin Specs 1:51 Heating & Cooling 3:37 Planning Amenities 4:49 Guest Builder Gives Tips 5:30 Planning Amenities second half 7:36 Sponsorship 9:02 Off Grid Options Are Expensive 11:12 Have Support 6:25 How To Get and Guarantee A Use Permit or Variance *All content on the Keep It Tiny YouTube channel reflects my own opinions and should NOT be taken as legal advice, financial advice, or investment advice. Please seek out the guidance of professionally trained and licensed individuals before making any decisions. Some links in the description may be affiliate links. (this video is about: keep it tiny,j.esperance,glamping business,den outdoors,a-frame cabin build,a frame cabin kit,den outdoors cabin kit,den outdoors cabin,off grid a frame,off grid a frame cabin,cabin build mistakes,off grid mistakes,don't build an off grid cabin,off grid bad,pella windows,pella window problem,dirt road,keep it tiny cabin,cabin kit review,den outdoors review) And please be sure to subscribe to my channel! #offgrid #glampingbusiness #offgridcabinbuild
4 YEARS ALONE & OFF GRID in the CANADIAN WILDERNESS | SELF BUILT CABIN & YURT, BRICK PIZZA OVEN (FULL BUILD), NATURAL PREGNANCY, AND NATURAL BIRTH - 🤍 Jake and Nicolle are living off the grid and building their own DIY homestead in 3 locations: the Canadian Wilderness / temperate rainforest, tropical jungle, and on a 36 foot sailboat named Appa. We started 4 years ago in 2019 and have built our own carport, yurt, 2 cabins, brick and cob wood fired pizza oven, wood fired wok stove, custom salmon smokehouse, kiwi trellis, log shower, wood shed, outhouse, and permaculture style raised bed garden and fruit tree orchard. We were pregnant last year and this year and gave birth to our first baby earlier in the year at our tropical "bug out" property. This video compilation is a time-lapse catching you up on 4 years of our life start to finish. Next week we will be taking you with us on our first sail in Appa our 36 foot cruising cutter blue water sailboat! So happy to now have our baby Fox as a part of our family! Starting in episode 164 is the construction of our off grid permanent forest home made from recycled shipping containers...please join us! #Cabin #Yurt #OffGrid #LogCabin #Yurt #Fishing #Firewood #DIY #Bushcraft #Chainsaw Get the same Kamikoto Knives we are using! Visit 🤍 and for a $50 Discount, checkout using code: JakeNicolleFox Our New Website - Check Out Our KOMOREBI Shirts, Calendar, and more: 🤍 Become a sponsor, and help us on our journey. 1. 🤍 2. PayPal: nmarie8282🤍gmail.com Many of you have been asking what our address is so you can send us items to be featured in our videos.....please use this address (must be send with Canada Post): PO Box 1297 Port Hardy Port Hardy, BC V0N 2P0 Don't Forget to follow us on social media below 😊 Nicolle's: Instagram:🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Check out my Private only fans account! 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Jake's: YouTube 1: 🤍 YouTube 2: 🤍 Joined Instagram: 🤍 ► MUSIC 1. Josh Amarante: Dancing in the Dying Light 🤍 🤍 Timecodes 0:00 - Intro 3:18 - Jake and Nicolle Origin Story and Van Life 4:31 - Finding Our Homesite and Starting the Work on Our Home 6:54 - Kamikoto Knives 10:20 - Starting the YURT BUILD 24:56 - Taking a Break in Hot Springs and Hot Waterfalls 1:00:52 - Stellar Sea Lion Encounter 1:43:08 - Hippie Hot Tub Wood Fired Jacuzzi 2:11:36 - The Pizza Oven Wood Fired Brick and Cob Oven 2:50:50 - The Bushcraft Shower 3:14:48 - The Garden Starts to THRIVE and give us huge harvests 3:21:10 - Building a BUNKIE CABIN 3:33:15 - Bushcraft Trellis for Kiwi Fruit 3:38:34 - Babe I'm Pregnant 3:39:18 - Catching Salmon and Building Traditional Cold Smoker Smokehouse 3:52:22 - 2nd Bunkie Cabin 4:02:35 - Tropical Bugout Property 4:02:50 - Nicolle Gives Birth 5:25:50 - Best Friend Summer Comes to Visit 5:42:10 - RETURN TO CANADIAN WILDERNESS 7:45:30 - Fox and Jake in the Orchard and Planting Tomatoes in Tires 8:29:25 - Our Sailboat and Sailing Adventure on Appa Begins 9:07:25 - Nicolle Jumps in the COLD Ocean off of Appa 9:22:47 - Fox Loves Tomatoes 9:54:57 - Successfully Growing WASABI for Sushi
We took a much needed break to the cabin! We love spending time outdoors and it feels so nice to escape the constant busyness that is our life and spend some time in nature. :) We love that the cabin is off grid/dry. To us, it's just like camping. Which we also love to do. So it's the perfect get away. :) Thanks for tagging along on our adventures! Thanks for watching! Please like and subscribe! We appreciate the support! 🙏🏼 🌱 Thanks to the Hidden Gold Mine Bakery for letting us share their store with you all! Be sure to check them out! We are on a journey to living a self sufficient, off grid life.
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We're a couple trying our best to live a more self reliant life after a med release from the army changed everything. We are currently building off grid on a small mountain in the woods. Shop Our Apparel From The 'Store' Section of our Channel, Find More Apparel Here: 🤍 Thanks for watching! Be sure to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! *Find us on Instagram and Facebook to see some of the stuff we don't share here on YouTube* Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Ashley & Jeremy PO BOX 4644 SUSSEX STN MAIN, NB E4E 5L8
Timelapse: Woodworker Builds Amazing Off Grid Cabin. I have been building this cabin since 2014. This is a Timelapse of some of the highlights, there is much more that is not included but can be found in my individual videos, almost everything in this cabin has a video dedicated to it. My Social Media: Patreon: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 🤍 0:00 Drone Intro 🤍 0:28 Plans and learning 🤍 0:50 Foundation and Framing 🤍 1:01 Insulating a Timber Frame Roof 🤍 1:20 Sheathing Doors & Marvin Windows 🤍 2:29 Solar Power System 🤍 3:19 Insulating the Bedroom 🤍 4:23 Installing Drywall 🤍 4:29 Homemade Door 🤍 6:39 Making my own Wood Flooring 🤍 7:30 Making a Built in Bed 🤍 9:27 Making an Outdoor Shower 🤍 10:26 Cedar Shingle Siding 🤍 12:32 Timber Frame Window Awning 🤍 13:32 Poplar Board & Batten Siding 🤍 15:45 Wood Stove Hearth 🤍 16:19 Live Edge Walnut Fireplace Mantle 🤍 16:47 Jotul Wood Burning Stove and Chimney 🤍 18:32 Craftsman Style Window Trim 🤍 18:58 Front Porch Stairs 🤍 19:36 Kitchen Cabinets 🤍 20:19 Cheap Flooring 🤍 21:12 Loft Flooring 🤍 21:25 Kitchen Wall and Backsplash 🤍 22:29 A Built in Bench Seat 🤍 23:54 Building a Trestle Table 🤍 24:24 Floating Shelves, Faucet, Countertop Stove 🤍 24:44 Book-matched Cabinet Faces with Hand Cut Joinery 🤍 26:56 Hand Made Walnut Trim 🤍 28:29 Installing Trim and Finishing Touches
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One more dry, mild day allows me to get more of the critical outdoor chores done, like milling more lumber for the interior of the cabin. Starting the day with a hot chaga/coffee on the porch is a bonus at this time of year, but dropping temperatures and an approaching snow storm will put an end to that. If you're planning on buying some chaga from my family, the last of the powder bags are probably already gone and chaga chunks will likely sell out in the next few days. I'm not sure if we'll offer more for sale in 2023, but in the meantime, I don't think we'll have any more available before Christmas. 🤍 MY SELF RELIANCE CHANNEL: 🤍 Watch the playlists by clicking on these links: The Path to Self Reliance: 🤍 2021 Cabin Life: 🤍 Alaska Log Cabins and Wildlife: 🤍 Best of My Self Reliance: 🤍 MERCHANDISE: 🤍 AMAZON:🤍 GREENHOUSE: 🤍 of My Self Reliance: 🤍 BLACKSMITH: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 OTHER VIDEOS: 2021 OFF GRID CABIN LIFE: 🤍 OFF GRID LIVING: 🤍 COOKING: 🤍 BUILDING LOG CABIN WITH HAND TOOLS: 🤍 BUILDING OFF GRID SAUNA: 🤍 BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL: 🤍 My Facebook Page – 🤍 My Instagram Page – 🤍 Mailing Address for items sent by regular mail: My Self Reliance/Shawn James 51 King William Street P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville, ON P1H 0B5 Canada Address for items sent by courier: 200 Manitoba St., Unit 3, Suite 415 Bracebridge, ON P1L 2E2 Canada
After digging out from a winter storm (that wasn't as bad as predicted in my location), I continue weatherproofing my off grid log cabin by adding door locks and trim to the porch door and the breezeway door. I insulate the ceiling and start installing charred 1" pine rough lumber, which immediately traps more of the heat from the woodstove and makes the cabin much more efficient than my last cabin. As I'm sure you've noticed over the years, I really like chaga and drink it every day for the taste but mainly for the health benefits. Now that the birch trees are dormant for the season, it's harvest time and it's back in stock on my website. For American Thanksgiving and Black Friday, you can get 10% off your order by using coupon code THANKS10 at checkout. 🤍 CLOTHING: 🤍 AMAZON LINKS: 🤍 Best of My Self Reliance: 🤍 2022 OFF GRID CABIN LIFE: 🤍 OFF GRID LIVING: 🤍 COOKING: 🤍 BUILDING LOG CABIN WITH HAND TOOLS: 🤍 BUILDING OFF GRID SAUNA: 🤍 BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL: 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Instagram – 🤍 Mailing Address for items sent by regular mail: My Self Reliance/Shawn James 51 King William Street P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville, ON P1H 0B5 Address for items sent by courier: 200 Manitoba St., Unit 3, Suite 415 Bracebridge, ON P1L 2E2
Finished front porch roof and then moved inside to work on getting the wall, rafters and ceiling all tied together. Made some shutters for windows. Moved stove into place but lacked about a foot of pipe so that will have to wait for next time. #offgrid #cabin #cabinbuild #offgridcabin #tent #wilderness
In this video I make several improvements to the off grid cabin . I install a heat shield behind the wood stove. build rustic hand railing for the loft . upgrade the solar power with some fuses, and reinforce the floor system. I stain the outhouse and , I do some wood working and build a beautiful coat rack from black walnut .
Download a Free 30-day Trial of AutoCAD: 🤍 Located on the north of Bruny Island, Killora Bay is an off grid cabin surrounded by untouched bushland and wild grass trees. The vibrant forest landscape embraces the home, allowing the residents to connect with nature and live privately in the delicate environment. The site, with its natural clearing, came with certain restrictions that included a predetermined building zone, which informed the scale of the off grid cabin’s structure. The restrictions poised a challenge that ended up being integral to the design of the off grid cabin. The architecture needed to be flexible – the home’s small floorplan meant that each building element needed to work hard to achieve a comfortable and versatile space. This included having fold-out beds to work as part of the joinery, allowing rooms to be used for different functions when needed. The internal spaces were designed with high ceilings and glass windows to bring light and movement into the interior design. Remaining connected with nature, the external greenery frames the interior rooms, with sunlight casting ever-changing shadows indoors. As an off grid cabin, the sliding doors allow the home to embrace the exterior as its own. The material palette of the home is simple, giving the opportunity for the landscape to speak first. As an off grid cabin, it was important that the materials met bushfire regulations, but also worked in harmony with the surrounding forest landscape. The dark-stained timber cladding contrasts against the white concrete poured within the interior – the concrete has a raw finish and continues to bring the landscape’s earthy palette inward. For more from The Local Project: Instagram – 🤍 Website – 🤍 Print Publication – 🤍 To subscribe to The Local Project's Tri-Annual Print Publication see here – 🤍 Architecture by Lara Maeseele in Association with Tanner Architects. Interior Design and Styling by Lara Maeseele. Build by Driftwood Workshop and Tim Watson. Structural Engineering by Aldanmark. Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co. Production by The Local Project. Musicbed SyncID: MB01BUVMEE2CL4A #OffGridCabin #Architect #CabinTour #InteriorDesign #Architecture #Tasmania #ConnectWithNature #Home #OffTheGrid #TinyCabin #House #DreamHome #SimpleLiving #TheLocalProject
Hello! We are 25 - years young married couple from Slovenia, and with help from our parents we managed to build this beautiful OFF GRID CABIN. We started started with our project in April 2021 and finished it in October 2022 but I have to say that we were working only in our free time and for weekends, because we all have a full time job. This log cabin is a part of our future camping area and we are planing to rent it in the future, but for now it serves as our cozy home. I tried as hard as possible to make this video shorter, but it is hard to put more thousands of hours of work in less than 2 hours. Nevertheless, I really hope you will enjoy the video! If you want more detailed building, please check my steb by step video series here: 🤍 #logcabin #woodworking #carpentry #boschprofessional #youngcouple Music I used in this video: SwuM, Delayde - Motions 🤍 Blue Wednesday, Shopan - Toofpick 🤍 Nymano - Sleepover 🤍 SwuM, Benno - Reflect 🤍 Oatmello, Guavas - Libra 🤍 Sleepy Fish, The Field Tapes - Through Trees 🤍 iamalex, azula, Dayle - Meadow 🤍 xander. - Childhood Days 🤍 Makzo - Hereafter 🤍 Misha - Talk 🤍 The BREED - Flip Flop Vibe 🤍 Toonorth - New Light 🤍 Hanz, Makzo - Badlands 🤍 Ruck P - Memories Pt.2 🤍 Juan Rios, chief. - Glaciar 🤍 Aso - Layover 🤍 Psalm Trees - The Shortest Day Alone 🤍 Philanthrope, mommy - Surfloop 🤍 Aviino - Sketchbook Memory 🤍 Hanz - From Afar 🤍 Delayde, anybodyy - Where The Sun Goes 🤍 Makzo, Mama Aiuto - Polaroid 🤍 edapollo, Sundreamer - vhs tapes 1993-1996 🤍 mommy, Sleepy Fish - exits 🤍 Masked Man - Coupe_90 🤍 Smile High, Teddy Roxpin - Undiscovered 🤍 Aviino, juniorodeo - Fingertips In The Snow 🤍 Sleepy Fish - Learning How to Skateboard 🤍 Sleepy Fish - Never Felt The Same 🤍 Teddy Roxpin - One for Mac 🤍 Screen Jazzmaster, Zmeyev, T.Check - Lush 🤍 Power tools I am using: Bosch professional GSR 18V-110C Bosch professional GSR 18V-60C Bosch professional GSR 180-LI Bosch professional GDX 18V-200C Bosch professional GKS 18V-68GC BITURBO Bosch professional GCM 250-240 Bosch professional GTS 645-216 Bosch professional GHO 18V-LI Bosch professional GSA 18V- LI Bosch professional GST 18V-LI B Bosch professional GWS 18V-10 Bosch professional GET 55-125 Bosch professional GOP 18V-28 Bosch professional GLI 18V-1900 Bosch professional GAS 18V-1 Bosch professional GBH 2-26
Due to a relatively mild winter this year, we built our off grid cabin in about 1 month, using carefully selected materials to maximize cost savings. In this last video in the series, I give a run down of what we did and some things that I would change if I had to do it all over again. Below is a link to the playlist for the entire build series. Playlist of entire DIY Off Grid Cabin Series 🤍
We will show you our journey of the building constructing a small rustic live-edge off grid cedar sided log cabin built by a group of friends by hand. This is how we built a small cabin in the woods on a small budget. We will show you how we hand dug our post holes to hold the cabin up, right up to installation of the custom built front door, all using a portable saw mill. You can see the whole built including full commentary here: 🤍 This cabin build is something my brother and I really wanted to do ever since we were kids, playing around in the forest, coupled with whatever materials we had from the local infill to build all sorts of forts. Now we build a full habitable cabin First we start by digging in reclaimed pressure treated posts by hand using a shovel. Next we cut and harvest dead-standing cedar and pine trees for the structure including the 2x4's, ridge beams, and sidding. We must use battery powered hand tools because there is now power at this location in the forest. We use reclaimed windows from a house demolition and install a used fireplace. The roof is supplied by Vic West and goes up quickly with screws that have rubber gaskets. The door is custom build using cedar. The deck is held up by pine logs (dead standing) and covered with cedar. Season 2 will cover more of the build including the interior and outbuildings for things like off grid power. As always we are using our HD36 Norwood Portable Sawmill. Instagram: 🤍 SPONSORS Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 Vic West (Roof): 🤍 A big struggle with our cabin is keeping it warm using natural materials that are inherently leaky. So we really need to close in all the gaps. Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 Kevin: 🤍wood_chucker_987 Whenever we run out of lumber, we just mill more wood from trees that are right on the property. We'll use handtools like hammers, axes, saw, shovels and prybars, but will also use power tools including chainsaws, winches, atv's, and a chopped up SUV whenever it is convenient. We will be using cedar and spruce trees that are standing dead so we don't have to kiln dry the wood or let it season. Please follow along with the full playlist in order to understand the full construction of the tiny cabin. In this series we use materials around us to construct a small forest cabin. We'll use cedar, pine, ash, maple, and whatever else we can scrounge up from the 30 acres around us. The aim is to avoid using as much store bought material as possible and keep the budget reasonably low. Originally we set a budget of $1000, but that included the use of a frame from an old camper trailer. As we build, the budget will remain flexible in effort to produce a cabin that we are proud of and one that will last a long while, be comfortable, and sleep real human beings. MEDIA Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Merch (t-shirts): 🤍 Use code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off ASAT Camo: 🤍asatcamo.com Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 SPONSORS Eastonmade Wood Splitter: 🤍 Browning Trail Cameras: 🤍 Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 Vic West (Roof): 🤍
In this video, we are back at camp trying to install a wood burinng stove before it gets too cold to stay overnight. Temperatures dropped to 16 degrees (F) the day we were installing. For info about the stove: 🤍northwoodsfab.com Use offer code: redtool5 for 5% discount. Be sure to subscribe to our channel and support our efforts by giving us a thumbs up. Items we like and use on the farm: Olight Flashlights: 🤍?streamerId=1428594508040470529&channel=default 10% off with code RTH9 Rockrooster Footwear:🤍 15% off with code RTH2020 Portable Fuel Container Link: 🤍 Sansi Outdoor Flood Lights: 🤍 Sansi Shop Light (Disco): 🤍 Sansi Workshop Interior Lights: 🤍 Sansi Motion Flood Light: 🤍 Tractor Implements: Titan Equipment: 🤍 Energizers: Patriot PMX200 - 🤍 Animal Welfare: Slap Shot 🤍 Allflex Dosing Syringe:🤍 Follow us on facebook at 🤍 On Instagram at 🤍 Visit our website and be sure to sign up for our email newsletter so you will be up to speed on what goes on at our homestead. 🤍 If you would like to help Red Tool House Homestead maintain the expenses of running this channel, consider using our Amazon Affiliates link when you shop on Amazon. Amazon Link: 🤍
November 27, 2022 - Firewood splitting and stacking is a daily activity now as I prepare for my first full winter in the cabin. MY SELF RELIANCE CHANNEL: 🤍 Watch the playlists by clicking on these links: The Path to Self Reliance: 🤍 2021 Cabin Life: 🤍 Alaska Log Cabins and Wildlife: 🤍 Best of My Self Reliance: 🤍 MERCHANDISE: 🤍 AMAZON:🤍 GREENHOUSE: 🤍 of My Self Reliance: 🤍 BLACKSMITH: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 OTHER VIDEOS: 2021 OFF GRID CABIN LIFE: 🤍 OFF GRID LIVING: 🤍 COOKING: 🤍 BUILDING LOG CABIN WITH HAND TOOLS: 🤍 BUILDING OFF GRID SAUNA: 🤍 BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL: 🤍 My Facebook Page – 🤍 My Instagram Page – 🤍 Mailing Address for items sent by regular mail: My Self Reliance/Shawn James 51 King William Street P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville, ON P1H 0B5 Canada Address for items sent by courier: 200 Manitoba St., Unit 3, Suite 415 Bracebridge, ON P1L 2E2 Canada
Well at least we wont make that mistake again. Somewhere in between Dick Proenneke and Chris McCandless. After landing at the airport, we had 3 hours to retrieve bags buy food, and get additional tools. Eventually, the seemingly only taxi in the city arrived. Pressed for time and conscious of the bush plane’s weight restrictions, we purposefully decided against a chainsaw, and accidentally shorted ourselves of vital food supplies. We had filled large and medium sized bags with food thinking it would be enough... It was not. This is our story. Aug03. Landed at lake. Realized extent of mosquitoes. Began rucking the 400lbs of gear to property. Only made it 1 mile due to difficult marsh terrain and unmarked/ overgrown trails. Aug04. Re-cut old trail towards property (0.5 mile). Made camp and marked out a spot for the cabin. Aug05. Rucked back to lake and filled our 5 gal containers with water. Light rain. Began clearing land of small brush. Aug06. Heavy rain. Cleared large trees from site. Made hammers, tool shed, bench. Aug07. Began falling trees for footers. Dug holes and burned logs for longevity. Aug08. Slept in due to rain. We placed first base log, however it wasn't level so we'll have to redo longer footers tomorrow. Aug09. Re-did footers. Fell more base logs. Aug10. All 4 base logs are on. We realized that we'll have to get much smaller logs now. Moving the last log 100ft took 2 hours, and our energy is already low. Food rationing has started. Aug11. We both hit the wall today and had to stop working. Bushwhacked to lake. Wade fishing. No luck. Found canoe for tomorrow however. Aug12. Canoe fishing. Caught 5 pike. Found Lingonberries. Good day. Aug13-16. Notching and placing wall logs. Aug17. Halfway! Water ruck and fishing. No fish. Down to 800cal per day. Aug18-22. Finished walls. Finally Aug23. Fishing today. 3 pike. More berries. Great nap. Aug24. Awoke to the howling of wolves this morning. Placed side roof walls. Fell more trees for running beams. Down to 600cal per day. Aug25. Awoken by hunger this morning. Dreamed of Cookies. Secured side walls with trusses. Aug26. Best day of the trip so far. Good progress on the roof. Spam Friday. Sat around fire with music and coffee. Aug27. Placed ridge beams on cabin. Realized lack of nails will be an issue. "X" braced roof. Aug28. Couldn't sleep well from hunger last night. Secured tarps and pine branches to the roof. Aug29. Hardest day. Heavy rain last night. Water bucket fell over. Cutting and placing moss from 0.2 miles away was brutal. Then that afternoon we had to trek to the lake for water. Aug30. Time has come to a standstill these final days. Finished mossing the roof while Cody worked on the door. Got a squirrel today too. Ate bones and all. Aug31. Our bodies crave fats. All our thoughts are of food. Secured cabin base with logs. Sep01. Clayed the base and finished the door. Placed flag pole and raised the colors. Its done. Sep02. Took down flags. Packed up camp. Secured the door. Rucked out with a quarter of the gear we came in with. Flew out. Ate till we puked. Beginning weight: Josh-178, Stan-184 Ending weight: Josh-151, Stan-162 Thank you so much for watching. We plan to go back next fall and finish the rest of it. Business inquiries: Yancofilms🤍gmail.com Filmed and edited by Joshua Yancosek Go Pro Hero Black 7 Canon T3i DJI Mini Se Songs: 🤍 Kulning | Ancient Herding Calls | Winter's lullaby Slowed with added drum beats... P.S. all her stuff is incredible. I highly recommend "Arthur Vyncke - Sunny Winter Day" is under a Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0) license. 🤍 🎵 Music promoted by BreakingCopyright: 🤍
For most of the last 20 years Ive lived in cabins in Alaska. Living in a remote off-grid cabin is a quiet simple way to spend your time. Ive spent my summers at this log cabin in interior Alaska since 2015. In this video I keep the camera rolling during a typical day in early fall (2019). I get up, make a fire in the wood stove. Cook breakfast on our propane range, and get the dishes washed up using rain water I collect off of a shed roof. I also, pick some berries and split up the evenings firewood. A little exercise with an axe and a chainsaw always makes you sleep better. Finally i fire up the coleman lantern and turn on the radio as the sun goes down. A nice way to spend a day. Dave Whipple
Hi guys! The weather is frosty, but it has become a little warmer, the temperature outside reaches -10 °C. The winter forest is beautiful. I live in a log cabin by the lake. I'm harvesting firewood to keep warm on a long night, I'm fishing. Thank you for watching!
Follow my off grid cabin build in the hills of middle Tennessee. See the challenges of building alone in a remote forest that is only accessible by foot or side by side. Logs were constructed of 2x8’s glued and screwed together while using a butt and pass system for walls. Tools Used: Axe, hammer, cordless drill, cordless saw, chainsaw, gas auger *Video quality improves thru out as I got the hang of filming and working at the same time* See Part 2 Here: 🤍 #cabinbuild #logcabin #offgrid #tent #offgridcabin #wilderness #alone
A simple off grid homestead. Built from the ground up with your own hands. Thats the dream for thousands of people around the world. But, with cable TV programs and made up youtube videos, what does that look like in reality. In this video , my wife Brooke and I show the process of building an off grid homestead , start to finish, and what its actually like. Thanks for watching. Portions of this video were provided by my wife's footage that you can see on her channel ( Girl in the Woods)....here's a link to her channel. 🤍
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Going At It ALONE!!! Building An Off Grid Cabin In The Canadian Wilderness | Insulation | Ep. 93 🤍 | Where we got our new kettle for the wood stove - 🤍basspro.com Watch our entire build in order here - 🤍 Shop Our Apparel From The 'Store' Section of our Channel, Find More Apparel Here: 🤍 Thanks for watching! Be sure to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! *Find us on Instagram and Facebook to see some of the stuff we don't share here on YouTube* Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Ashley & Jeremy PO BOX 4644 SUSSEX STN MAIN, NB E4E 5L8 #build #alone #wildlife
In this video I visit my off grid cabin to do some upgrades and to spend some time fishing in the area.....only to find I have Bear Damage that needs to be fixed.
Thanks to Kamikoto for sponsoring this video! Get an additional $50 off on any purchase with code WonderfulOffGrid during their Black Friday Sale. Go to 🤍 and help support the channel. You can find the Mr. Cool system we are installing in this cabin as well as the minisplits we installed in our home here: 🤍 Shop Our Apparel: 🤍 We are a couple who are building our own home from the ground up in the mountains of West Virginia. After living near the city our entire lives we finally decided to sell it all, pack up our 3 kids and live in an RV on our 73 acres while building our own debt free, off-grid house and learning to live a more self-reliant life. Our house build is documented entirely on our main channel "Wild Wonderful Off-Grid" and our family life vlogs can be found on our secondary channel "Wild Wonderful After Show" MB01YEGOBEHYUEX MB01BEL1IXWV4CC MB01VAAAPOAT6QN MB01ZYWZHGPJCBF MB01LXTOOYHFJMU MB01IOXBHXPLVWR MB01XVM2PYQLSQK MB01U1PJRQSIEBC MB01PKZTWRXZ03L