Winter Survival Shelter - Sleeping Outside in -25° Weather

2022 ж. 6 Қаң.
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  • This video sure brings back memories of my younger days (I'm 72 now). As a Vietnam vet, when anxiety & depression started to get overwhelming, I found that spending a night alone in the woods (especially during winter) was emotionally cathartic. On a side note - your shelter was very similar to the type I would build.

  • This video was made even more enjoyable by having no audio/music. Well done and thanks !

    Paul SmithPaul Smith
  • Wow! One of the best nature videos I’ve enjoyed in a long time here. Just keeping it simple by not speaking, and let sounds of nature do most of the talking. I felt I was there man! Also amazing camera work, simple but you covered best angles. The shelter looks so cozy and warm, thank you for sharing, such a relaxing and calming video.

    Ash KAsh K
  • I live in Western Australia. It's 19 January 2023, 10:32 pm, the temperature is a balmy 24.6°C and I found that I could not stop watching your video - the psychological 'cooling' effect was extraordinary and quite unexpected (I got rid of air con years ago for environmental reasons). Doing something similar in this environment has its own special challenges but your video has encouraged me to go back to 'roughing it' as I used to when I was a teenager (I'm 70 now), spending my weekends in crude beach shelters, cooking ocean caught fish over foraged firewood and falling blissfully asleep to the sound of the surf - happy days. Thanks!

    Peter StewartPeter Stewart14 күн бұрын
  • I’m sitting here in my centrally heated apartment just having finished a meal and I’m so jealous of this mans self sufficiency and survival ability. I’m too old and have severe cardiac problems so not in a position to change my lifestyle but if I was ever given a second chance at life I’d love to have spent it in the outdoors and preferably in a cold climate

    Antony WareAntony Ware
  • I can't believe I watched this entire video. It was very relaxing.

    Trjohnson6875Trjohnson68752 сағат бұрын
  • So enjoyable watching this. The absence of talking and letting the sounds of nature come to the forefront is a commendable approach. Well done and thank you!

    Jason RJason R Жыл бұрын
  • Great video.

    Nick LeeNick Lee14 күн бұрын
  • Very interesting and even relaxing to watch! No commentary or background music, just the sounds of the forest, your activity and the crunching of snow ☺

    JohnR1298JohnR129814 күн бұрын
  • This is so great. I remember doing such things in Germany during training many years ago. Of course, the trees were different, however, the concept is similar. Thanks, Kusk, for reminding me. I have always survived in situations that most people would perish in.

    alberto garciaalberto garcia14 сағат бұрын
  • The feeling of watching this at night under my blanket is heaven.

    Adil MuzAdil Muz12 сағат бұрын
  • That was so relaxing, incredible and educational to watch ❤

    The Team CapThe Team Cap
  • Enjoyed every second of it. No talk, all nature sounds, short informative subtitles. Great night out. Keep them coming bro

    Lucian SusuLucian Susu
  • He did a really good job on his shelter. I had to do this for cold weather survival school in the army while stationed in Alaska. They made us use parachutes and wood to make a small shelter then cover it with snow for insulation. Lastly we lit a candle inside to keep us warm but we couldn’t sleep with it on. I much rather have this type of shelter though. Well done!

    Mike CMike C14 күн бұрын
  • When I was young this was the way to enjoy nature and my own existence. Not tough enough to weather that kind of cold anymore!

    ron robillardron robillard
  • Fantastic video! Love the captions with the natural sounds. Keep up the good work!

    jac5344jac53447 сағат бұрын
  • Great video and like many others have said your idea of subtitles instead of narration really worked in keeping it simple and natural ... well done 👍

    Dave PepperDave Pepper
  • Nice to see the date and location -- often lacking in other videos of this type. Love the wooden cup, too!

    James MordovanceyJames MordovanceyКүн бұрын
  • This young man seems very tough, but more important for being in nature, he seems very smart and resourceful. This was definitely a beneficial video.

    David WilliamsDavid Williams
  • Just the sound of the fire and the snow is so healing.. I walked on snow 2 days ago and I realised I missed that sound .. so listening to you at night is so wholesome 😌 ✨ peaceful.. can't wait to see more thank you for sharing this you're so lucky

    Maissa MoritzMaissa Moritz14 күн бұрын