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The first frost of the season has arrived so I am focusing on doors, windows and exterior finishes to keep the cold and the rodents out. Since I don't have time right now to fully carve the front door of the cabin, I design and build a heavy pine and walnut door with a 3" thick wood insert that I can pull out of the door to carve inside the warm cabin as I have time over the winter. A friend visits to hunt and explore the wilderness around the cabin with me and as a result, I don't make much progress on the building this week. It's such an incredible time of year to be out in the woods so I'm happy to take time of off building, gardening and harvesting for a few days. CLOTHING: 🤍 AMAZON LINKS: 🤍 GREENHOUSE: 🤍 of My Self Reliance: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 VIDEOS: 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
Tova has been living in a tiny cabin in the forest for 8 years. In this video she gives you a tour of her home. This is a vlog about our struggles and joys of living off the grid in the forests of Jämtland, Sweden. If you like what you see and want to support us you can do so here: 🤍 :) If you are unsure, or don't know about what patreon is, here is a little video we made on how patreon works: 🤍 Come say hi to us on Instagram: Tova: 🤍 Mathias: 🤍 Talasbuan: 🤍 You'll find out more about us on our website, welcome! 🤍 Take care, Tova, Mathias and Ivar
This tiny cabin was self-built on a budget using mostly secondhand and reclaimed materials. Luke has lived in his cabin for the past 5 years, and his partner Meg moved in about 1.5 years after it was built. The cabin itself is a little over 200 square feet and is very simply furnished with a kitchen, a bed, a wood stove, and a couple of stools. They also have small outbuildings including an outhouse, a pumphouse for their laundry machines and freezer, an outdoor shower, and a studio space for making music and housing guests. You can follow and find out more about Luke's music here: 🤍 🤍 You can follow and find out more about Meg's nutrition services here: 🤍 🤍 Luke originally built the tiny cabin as a way to get away from city life so that he could have a quiet and affordable place to focus on making music. The cabin is built on 2.5 acres of shared land that is owned by a friend, and it's located on unceded Coast Salish Territory. With Meg being a nutritionist, growing fresh food was a natural interest and so having the space to garden was a big factor in her decision to move from the city to a rural property. Having a low-cost housing situation has also given her the financial freedom to spend time building her nutrition business. You can follow and find out more about Luke's music here: 🤍 🤍 You can follow and find out more about Meg's nutrition services 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 - Edited by Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filmed by Alex Harris 🤍 🤍 Additional gardening footage filmed by Sam Rose Phillips 🤍 🤍 All music in this video by Luke Wallace 🤍 🤍 #cabinlife #tinycabin #diycabin
Our clients Keith and Laura Hildebrandt find refuge from the commotion of their busy lives by escaping with their children to the mountains of Northern Georgia. In the past, they've rented log cabins near Blue Ridge, Georgia, but now the family is ready to purchase their own log home. They want to be close to hiking, mountain biking, and fishing, but they also want to be close to town. They have contacted Chad Lariscy with The Mountain Life Team to begin their search. Will they be able to find a cabin that fits their wish list?
Life in Canada doesn't get better than this! Go to our sponsor 🤍 for 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help. I recently left Australia to join some of my closest friends 🤍Eamon & Bec in their beautiful remote cabin in Canada. After Canada I will be returning to vanlife in Australia with my best mate Occy! Join my crew by supporting me on Patreon : ) 🤍 Or, for one time donations PayPal to maxbid88🤍gmail.com Thank you!!! For the behind the scenes - Follow me on Instagram 🤍 Join Eamon and Bec on their channel! 🤍 Follow Kirsten on IG! - 🤍 Jess's Instagram for food inspo! 🤍 Need a dogsitter in Darwin?? Tia's contact details: 🤍 Or follow her on Instagram! 🤍 Like my hats?? Get 10% off using this link - 🤍 Music Song 1 Close by Airplanes Song 2 We can go anywhere by Future Canyons Song 3 Wild prince of Spain Song 4 Can’t bring me down by Stone Caskets, RIVVRS, Eric Serna WHERE DO I GET MY MUSIC?? 🤍 ⬅️ Elevate your videos with record-label quality music from Musicbed! Or 🤍 Occy and have moved into my van to join the van life movement in Australia, allowing me to live, work and travel full time! We are currently overlanding outback Australia 🙌🏼 #canada #offgrid #eamonandbec
A friend and I decided to check out my log cabin by the river. A lot of snow had fallen, but that didn't stop us from reaching our destination. The overnight stay went well. #logcabin #offgrid #winterovernight SEE ALSO Dugout winter building: 🤍 Off grid Dugout in the wilderness: 🤍 Solo bushcraft camp: 🤍 Rabbit on a spit: 🤍 Off grid shelter build: 🤍 Subscribe to our Instagram: 🤍
Sharing some of my daily chores living at my off-grid cabin. It’s been almost 6 years now and everyday spent here at my little cabin has brought me a life of content and adventures. Living alone here for the past 6 years has been absolutely wonderful and I cherish beach day with my beautiful German Shepherds. As I’ve mentioned in a previous video, I fetch my drinking water every 2 weeks. I don’t mind doing this at the moment. Winter has set in now and I look forward to sharing more stories with you. Take care everyone and much love!! Lisette 💕 One Woman’s Wilderness C/o Lisette P.O. Box 201 Nöelville, Ontario P0M-2N0 Canada #homesteading #solo #offgrid
I continue to build my camp in the wilderness in a distant and quiet forest. There were a lot of mice in my Off Grid log Cabin, their tracks were visible on the table, they ate all my candles and food. I don't like to eat from a table with mice running around, so I made a fold out table so now that I'm not in the hut the mice can't get on my table. Also, the video turned out to be very cozy and relaxing. I made a turkey and vegetable roll. Enjoy watching it. The next episode will be very interesting. Winter life goes on. I will be glad to each of your comments See you, friends! #loghouse #houseintheforest #house My Instagram - 🤍 bjorn_brenton 🤍 Financial support - 🤍 My camera ( Panasonic LUMIX G7 4K) - 🤍 My lens ( PANASONIC LUMIX G II Lens ) - 🤍 My memory card ( SanDisk 128GB SDXC Extreme Pro ) - 🤍 My kitchen utensils for a hike - 🤍 My Pants - 🤍 My shoes - 🤍 My Backpack - 🤍 My tripod - 🤍 My Knife - 🤍 The saw I use - 🤍 My Axe - 🤍 Bushcraft Book ( Bushcraft: A Field Guide to Surviving the Wilderness ) - 🤍 EMDMAK Military Tactical Backpack - 🤍 Susclude Men's - 🤍 See Also The First Part of the construction of the Hut - 🤍 The Second Part of the construction of the Hut - 🤍 The Third Part of the construction of the Hut. - 🤍
This weeks video combines three of my favourite things. A cabin, a tiny house and a shipping container. Put together in this instance they create a fantastic 5 bedroom home designed to be perfect for extended family. The three structures work harmoniously together and have been placed around a garden oasis making this place a truly wonderful place to live and for family to gather. In many ways, having seperate smaller structures such as tiny homes and shipping containers working together like this provides more options for families, extended families or even guest accommodation and the separate structures provide additional privacy and separation. There’s a lot to love here! From a wonderfully built tiny home, constructed from SIPS and with sustainable material’s at the forefront of its construction, to an epic shipping container home which has been renovated from a container that was originally used as a relocatable bank. This is a home that’s full of stories and which is ready to create more to be told around the fire. We hope you enjoy the full video tour of this very special place. Find out more about this tiny house and others on our website: 🤍 If you enjoy our show and would like to help support our work, please consider supporting us on Patreon: 🤍 Our Socials: 🤍 Please subscribe for more videos on tiny houses, architecture, DIY, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston Editing: Sarah Binder & Rasa Pescud Title music in this video by Bryce Langston: 🤍 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2022 Zyia Pictures Ltd #tinyhouse #shippingcontainerhouse #cabin
Living Alone In A TINY Cabin In The Woods | Bustle | 🤍 Emma Christensen lives independently in this off-the-grid cabin in Northwestern Montana, but she’s not roughing it. She’d much rather pump and boil her shower water than wake up to the sound of car horns any day. When the opportunity presented itself, Christensen – whose family has a background in off-the-grid living – took to the woods and didn’t look back. It only took her two years to turn this rustic cabin into a bohemian-chic home filled with self-made art. Christensen works as a nanny and spends her downtime painting and thrifting. Between chopping wood for the stove and running her electricity on solar panels, she has everything she needs for a sustainable lifestyle. Christensen shows us what it's like to trade in Wi-Fi and running water for having birds and bears as neighbors. Relocated is a series from Bustle that features bold individuals who leave the beaten path behind to live a life by their own set of standards. To see more of Christensen’s cozy lifestyle, follow her at: 🤍 🤍 Have you subscribed to Bustle Digital Group on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Check out more Relocated: 🤍 Living In A TINY Shipping Container In The Woods 🤍 Living Off The Grid In Hawaii 🤍 Living On A Sheep Farm In Montana 🤍 Living In a TINY Remote Icelandic Village 🤍 FOLLOW US! 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #Relocated #Bustle #Montana CREDITS: Executive Producer: Whitney Buxton Executive Creative Director: Lauren Sofair Producer: Danielle Alfredo Post Supervisor: Amy Eakin Editor: Jasmine Velez Motion Designer: Jeff Donlan
Thanks to YouTube Movies and Shows for sponsoring a portion of this video. Look around now at 🤍 🌲 We've Escaped to the Wilderness & We're Building our Home at a Cabin in the Woods. Today we take you along for a full DAY IN THE LIFE episode sharing what a typical day looks like for us up here in our remote Canadian cabin. ► SUBSCRIBE for a new video every single Sunday 🤍 ► The vlog continues on Instagram 🤍 Here it is friends: the new adventure we've been dreaming and saving for since we first met 8 years ago. We've always envisioned moving into the woods by the lake and building our dream tiny cabin as a home base for us to come back to in between our international travels. We cannot wait to have a place to call our own!! Now that we've lived remote for over a month we've established some daily routines we wanted to share with you all... but there really is nothing routine about living in a construction site with many different projects on the go 😝 Eamon & Bec Products ↠ handmade chai blends 🤍 ↞ ↠ cookbook 🤍 ↞ ↠ professional photo filters 🤍 ↞ ↠ van build guide 🤍 ↞ How Did We Get Here? Abandoning our Van in Africa 🤍 After an incredible 3 years of living, working, and traveling in our self converted Sprinter Van we made the very tough decision to abandon it in Africa to take a rescue flight back to Canada. As it has for all of us this global pandemic has flipped our world upside down. When our Prime Minister announced that he was sending repatriation flights over to Africa to pick up Canadians who were stuck (due to border closures) we consulted with friends and family closest to us and realized that in this time of crisis we should be back in our home country. Halting our dream of driving around the world was a hard pill to swallow which is why we knew we needed a big project to keep our mind + body busy while social distancing back here in Toronto. Enter building an off-grid tiny house on wheels!! But after nearly 6 months, we realized that our dreams of continuing van life across North America in our new van build were not a current reality with the state of the world. So, we've found ourselves pursuing something we've dreamed of since we first got together 8 years ago... a cabin in the woods 😊 Who are we? We're Eamon and Bec, a Toronto-based couple who live full-time in our self converted Sprinter Van!! SUBSCRIBE for wanderlust travel, behind the scenes of what it's really like to live in a van, and videos all about the yummy vegan food we make + eat! VAN LIFE COUPLE. Our goal here is to inspire you to chase after your own dreams however big (or small... tiny homes anyone?) they may be! We hope to create a community of like-minded, positive individuals who will grow to love and support one another on their own journeys.
Tour my New Cabin in the Mountains. Go to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website using code: EUGENIADIAZ ♥ Link to My Farm to Table Garden Guide: 🤍 ► Link Pepe's video: 🤍 We took a break from van life to enjoy a few days in a warm place before continuing with our adventures in the nordic wilderness. My name is Eugenia and I embarked on the journey to turn our abandoned land into a green haven, building my own cabin, living off grid and becoming as self-sufficient as I possible can :) I live now in a self built cabin and everything is running offgrid. The goal for the year was to create a place more in balance with planet earth, to grow my own food and live a more self sufficient life 💛🌱🌸 Sit back and relax by watching my content :) Thank you all so much, subscribe to follow the journey! xx Eugenia ♥ Donations via PayPal: 🤍 ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Link to our Cabin Layout Plans: 🤍 Follow our building adventures in our second channel: 🤍Modern House Cabin Recipe Pumpkin Soup (Gluten free, Vegan): - 1 medium Hokkaido pumpkin (with skin if organic) - 7 medium potatoes (peeled) - 1 leek - Olive oil, salt and pepper 1. Cut the pumpkin, potatoes and leek, toss it into the saucepan 2. Mix in the olive oil, salt and pepper 3. Add water to cover the vegetables (around 500ml / 17oz) 4. Cover, bring to boil and then cook in medium heat (around 15-20min) 5. Blend the vegetables in a blender, add water from the saucepan until you get your desire texture for the soup 6. Roasted buckwheat: mix in a pan the buckwheat grains with salt, pepper and a little bit of olive oil. Toast until you get a crunchy texture and reserve. * Top the pumpkin soup with finely chopped fresh chives and the roasted buckwheat #nature #gardening #OffGrid #Wilderness #Cabin #LivingOffGrid #OffTheGrid #Homestead #Homesteading #CabinLife #DIY
A relaxing and recharging day in the log cabin with my Siberian huskies Tuss and Nala. Just the three of us enjoying the sounds of nature in the Swedish Forest. 📕 Check out my Brand New eBook: 🤍 📷 Watch my video "Dumped, Fired and Broke": 🤍 📧 Join my Free Newsletter - Short biweekly emails on simple living, creativity and self-development: 🤍 🌲 Become a member of this channel: You'll get Priority in chat, Membership Badges and Members-only Community posts: 🤍 🎧 My Podcast, My True North: 🤍 👋 Come say hi Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Email: 🤍
After dispatching and processing several young roosters and older hens, we stew down the carcasses with an assortment of vegetables from the garden to make our best chicken stock to date. Chicken broth is a vital canned food for us during the winter months and although it is not an easy task we are grateful to be able to utilize our thriving chicken flock to make our own flavorful broth. We appreciate you tagging along for our Alaskan adventure 😀 Thank you for watching and supporting our channel! 💙 - Eric & Arielle Illia 𝐎𝐮𝐫 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟑 𝑨𝒍𝒂𝒔𝒌𝒂 𝑪𝒂𝒍𝒆𝒏𝒅𝒂𝒓 𝐢𝐬 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐬𝐚𝐥𝐞! 𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰 𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐭𝐨 𝐩𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐜𝐨𝐩𝐲: ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ 🤍 (っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ 𝐒𝐡𝐨𝐩 𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐄𝐭𝐬𝐲 𝐬𝐭𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐜𝐮𝐬𝐭𝐨𝐦 𝐓𝐢𝐞 𝐃𝐲𝐞 𝐒𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐞 𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐀𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐤𝐚 𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐞: ♥ 🤍 Visit our Amazon store to see the products we use and recommend: 🤍 Our Amazon affiliate link if you wish to support our channel: 🤍 Products used in this video: Sony A6400 Camera: 🤍 Presto Pressure Canner: 🤍 Water Bath Canner: 🤍 Canning Tongs: 🤍 Canner Rack: 🤍 Adjustable Weighted Gauge: 🤍 Camp Chef Stove: 🤍 You can also support us through PayPal at: 🤍 Don't want to miss an episode? You can 🅢🅤🅑🅢🅒🅡🅘🅑🅔 here: 🤍 Our most popular playlist: 🤍 𝐌𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐅𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐒𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐞 𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐀𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐤𝐚 - 𝑊𝑒𝑏𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒: 🤍 𝐹𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑏𝑜𝑜𝑘: 🤍 𝐼𝑛𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑔𝑟𝑎𝑚: 🤍 𝐑𝐞𝐚𝐜𝐡 𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐭𝐨 𝐮𝐬 - 𝑀𝑎𝑖𝑙: Simple Living Alaska PO Box 506 Willow, AK 99688 We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
#logcabin #offgrid #tiny home A Canadian wilderness dog's, life, live edge shelves, plumbing, deep dish Pizza, Wood-Fired Cast Iron Cooking at the Log Cabin My wife cooks pizza from scratch on a wood stove in a log cabin in the Canadian wilderness while Cali our Golden Retriever and Shawn work outside splitting firewood, firing up the sauna, fetching Thanks for watching! New videos every FRIDAY. Please subscribe. My Other Channel: Shawn James 🤍 T-SHIRTS: 🤍 Watch the playlists by clicking on these links: Building an Off Grid Sauna: 🤍 Building a Log Cabin with Hand Tools: 🤍 Building an Outdoor Forest Kitchen: 🤍 Best of My Self Reliance: 🤍 To see what I’m up to during the rest of the week, please follow me on my other online channels; Website: 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Instagram – 🤍 My Mailing Address: 51 King William Street P.O. Box 30017 Huntsville, ON P1H 0B5 My Tools, Clothing & Other Gear: 🤍 Cabelas: 🤍
So, here it is guys, the new adventure I've been scraping all my pennies together for. I've always envisioned myself one day moving into the woods alone, with my own little cottage, to play in. I just always thought it would be me as cute old lady... until i realized "huh, I don’t have to wait" 👵🏼 So here I am, ready to dive into learning about a whole lot of stuff I currently know nothing about, and take you guys along with me. Cross your fingers for me 🤞🏼😉 Current Subscribers: 180k _ ♥️✨Ways To Support My Channel✨♥️ Shop My Closet: 🤍 Donations: PayPal: 🤍 Venmo: 🤍hannahduggan _ 📱Socials📱 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Apple Music: 🤍 _ 🎶 Music 🎶 You Know It Too - Da Sein _ 💁🏼♀️FAQ💁🏼♀️ *What kind of van do you have/how much did it cost/how many miles did it have on it when you bought it?* My van is a 2001 Ford Econoline E250 that I found via Craigslist, I bought it with 67k miles on it - it was listed for $3000, but I got them down to $2400. My Van Build: 🤍 My Van Build Cost: 🤍 Van Life Playlist: 🤍 *What sewing machine do you use?* 🤍 *What are you filming on?* iPhone 11 Pro *How do you make money?* I sell clothes on Depop (link above), and get ad revenue from YouTube! I also have a video on ways I've made money in the past; 🤍
So the summer went by. My travels in the van are over and I moved back to my cabin. Settling down wasn't easy, my soul is still restless from time to time but little chores at the cabin helps it a lot like picking berries and preserving them for the winter. In this video, I show you bits of my normal cabin life here in the North and all this nordic beauty this nature all around me creates. Hope you are doing fine, lots of love to you 🤗 💛 Sanna - Hello! I'm a nature lover and creative soul living in Lapland, far North of Finland. I moved 1000km away from my former life to live a simple life by the river. I live in a small cabin with my dog, travel in the North, and seek inspiration in the wild nature around me. I create photographs, stories, videos, and music, inspired by this Northern nature and its magic. Welcome to my world 💛 Blog: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
I’ve been spending a lot of time at my off-the-grid cabin in the Berkshire Mountains lately. When Nikon reached out and asked me to test their new Z6 full frame 4k mirrorless camera, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I would put the camera through its paces and make multiple films on subjects I’m very passionate about. The goal was to test all of the camera’s greatest features and show the quality of content that can be produced with this cinematic beast. While making this film, the stabilization capabilities proved to be instrumental on every shot. We were able to run and gun and capture quick little moments completely hand-held, without having to worry about dizzying footage. Once you use a camera like this with the capability of shooting at 120 fps for slow motion, you will never be able to go back. The mix of slow motion and raw footage makes for such a dynamic story telling experience. The new Nikkor Z series lens provided beautiful bokeh and stayed sharp at every aperture we shot at. Overall, this camera is an incredibly dynamic tool that every modern film maker should seriously consider. Merch: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 My specialty Coffee Blends: 🤍 Become a channel member: 🤍 Book me on Cameo!: 🤍 Donate via Paypal: kylefinndempsey🤍gmail.com My Instagrams: 🤍troutandcoffee 🤍kylefinndempsey Second Channel: 🤍 My Mom's hand-made Trout and Coffee goods: 🤍 Her instagram: 🤍joyceandcoffee Learn more about the z6 here: 🤍 Find me on Instagram 🤍kylefinndempsey #offgrid #cabin #serenity
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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
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
Last summer I escaped to a riverside log cabin in Vermont with my dog for a few days to catch some sun, go fishing and relax. Merch: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 My specialty Coffee Blends: 🤍 Become a channel member: 🤍 Book me on Cameo!: 🤍 Donate via Paypal: kylefinndempsey🤍gmail.com My Instagrams: 🤍troutandcoffee 🤍kylefinndempsey Second Channel: 🤍 My Mom's hand-made Trout and Coffee goods: 🤍 Her instagram: 🤍joyceandcoffee Link to the cabin place: 🤍 #cabin #logcabin #dog
Here’s an updated tour of our off grid cabin and our land. The cabin was built for $10,000, not including the inside. I didn’t include the inside price because that will be different for everyone. Hopefully this video help let others that are designing a cabin or tiny house, and can decide what they like and don’t like about ours. Thanks for watching. #outdoors #homesteading #offgrid
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Charlie built this beautiful off-grid float home in a remote channel on the west coast and has been living on it full-time for the past 25 years. His wife, Ellen, is a newbie to the lifestyle and joined him there 6 years ago. Together they have lived a quiet life in tune with the weather and the seasons. In this video, we get a peek at their beautiful home and some insight into the systems, the work, and the challenges that come with living this way. The couple relies on solar power for electricity (supplementing with a generator on grey days), they have a wood stove for heat, propane for cooking and laundry, and a composting toilet for their waste. There is a floating greenhouse and some raised garden beds on the deck that provide approx. 50% of their fresh vegetables in the summer. The rest of their food is bought at the grocery store in bulk so that they can stay out for 6 weeks or longer at a time. Their home is quite remote and it's water access only, so have a couple of open boats, and one enclosed boat for travelling in rough or cold weather. The couple says they sometimes have to wait more than a week for a weather window to make a safe trip away from the cabin. In this video, we get a peek at their beautiful home and some insight into the systems, the work, and the challenges involved in living this way. "Charlie and Ellen acknowledge and express our gratitude to all those people and businesses who are on the grid and provide supplies and services that help us maintain our ability to live out where we do, off-grid and in the wilderness. We are so fortunate to be where we are and we know we couldn’t do it without their support.” A very special thank you to Charlie and Ellen for sharing their story with us, and to Lukáš for making the trip all the way out there to film them. You can see more of his work 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: Lukáš Hyrman 🤍 🤍 #offgrid #floathome #floatinghouse
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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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After building the log cabin alone in the forest for over a year, I now embark the next years challenges. Last year I ventured out, found a suitable spot, chopped down and dragged the necessary trees and shaped them into a four wall log cabin. You can see this in my "One Year Alone in Forest of Sweden | Building Log Cabin like our Forefathers" video: 🤍 This year I build the log structure for the roof, lay the complete roof and floor, build an underground root cellar under the log cabin for food storage and prepping and much more. I am now 21 and have built this log cabin from the materials i could find in my own forest in Sweden with only the simple hand tools I could carry in my backpack. Just like our Forefathers did. I had no previous experience in building, gathering materials or even filming. So I started studying the old arts myself and learning from my grandfather and mentor Åke Nilsson. I filmed everything myself using a tripod and edited this video so you can follow my journey and hopefully learn as I do. There is still a lot of work left to actualize my dream. To become self-reliant. For example I want to start a full out garden so I can live out here only reliant on that and the forest. Big goal and a lot of work. So if you are interested in my journey then definitely subscribe to the channel. The clothes I am wearing is from Revolution Race a Swedish brand. These clothes I use on a daily basis while I am working, hunting and so on. I have now partnered up with Revolution Race and received a discount code, that you can also use to get 15% off: GRANKVIST15 This is their website: 🤍 _ From Forest To Log Cabin: (0:00) Where Is The Door?: (1:39) Log Cabin Roof Structure Using Only Logs: (2:44) Fitting Inner Roof Into Log Cabin: (7:18) Chopping Down The Logs To Fit The Roof: (9:22) Overnighting A Snowstorm: (10:41) Need To Take A Bath: (12:20) Finishing The Wooden Roof: (13:37) Taking A Ski Trip To A Sauna: (17:07) Making A Trail Through The Woods Using The Woodchips From Log Cabin: (20:15) Digging For Something?: (21:09) Burning The Barge Boards For Preservation: (23:16) Need To Clean Up: (28:18) Splitting Stones: (29:35) Cleaning The Walls In The Log Cabin, Nice Finish: (34:17) Vorsteh Puppy: (35:57) Collecting Birch Bark For Log Cabin Roof: (41:48) Reusing Abandoned Old Clay Tiles: (49:17) Just Living: (58:51) What Is This Going To Be?: (1:06:16) A RootCellar?: (1:14:25) Floor In Log Cabin: (1:20:38) Hunting Trip: (1:30:17) Secret Hatch Under The Log Cabin: (1:36:10) Crafting A Ladder Down The Root Cellar: (1:38:52) Bushcraft Shelf From A Log Using Only Axe: (1:42:26) Gathering Food For Root Cellar Under Log Cabin: (1:56:18) Celebratory Moose Meal!!: (2:00:35)
I have been living in my off grid cabin for 6 and half years alone, I love to share what I do out here at my off grid cabin, engaging in Nature, foraging, gardening, prepping, building projects, unique cooking recipes and just having some good old fun. So, sit back and relax by watching my content. Don't forget to like & subscribe and hit the notification bell. Much love to you all! Lisette Music by Epidemic Sounds (royalty free music) 🤍 Songs: 1- I’m Not Your Kind by Damond Greene 2- To Let You In by Volcan Peaks 3- Love Story by Velvet Moon 4- I Will Fool You by Bothnia Mailing address: One Woman’s Wilderness C/o Lisette Brisson P.O. Box 201 Noëlville, Ontario P0M-2N0 Canada Instagram: one_womans_wilderness_13 #offgrid #solo #homesteading
With winter approaching, I'm concentrating on finishing the outside of the off grid log cabin I'm building alone in the Canadian wilderness. I install shou sugi ban wood siding on the walls and make a heavy wood door with burnt pine boards, birch bark and heavy iron hinges. I harvest the birch bark from some trees behind the cabin, which will be used for additonal building projects next year. This breezeway entrance will be closed off for the winter while I work on the attached outdoor kitchen, so I'll add a door handle and lock in the spring. With temperatures still too warm to cook inside the cabin on the wood stove most days, I move the fire pit to a central location in front of the cabin porch and cook hamburgers and vegetables from the garden on a hanging steel plate. CLOTHING: 🤍 AMAZON LINKS: 🤍 GREENHOUSE: 🤍 of My Self Reliance: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 KNIFE MAKER: 🤍 VIDEOS: 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
#JimBairdAdvnturer #Outdoors #OffGrid Living in an Off-Grid Log Cabin in the Yukon - The Full Documentary: We snowmobile into an off-grid wilderness log cabin in the Yukon which we move into. We give a log home tour, light a Coleman lantern and cook dinner on a propane stove. Ice fishing for Lake Trout, riding the snowmachine, exploring the trails, and upland hunting for ptarmigan are some of the things we got up to around the cabin. We also went family camping, traveling into the mountains to camp in a hot tent or wall tent for a couple of nights. We called this cabin home for 14 days before moving on to other adventures in the Yukon Territory. My wife Tori and I had our special needs toddler along for the adventure which made it all the more interesting and memorable. The prequel to this cabin life stint is my Yukon Bound, Alaska Highway Overlanding Adventure - it's how we got to the Yukon, self-sufficient on a cross-Canada Road trip in the winter. Here's the documentary covering this adventure: 🤍 Here's a video covering some of the adventures I got up to in the Yukon after leaving the cabin as well as our drive home. These include a Wood Bison hunt and a 400km snowmobile expedition into the remote headwaters of the Wind River. 🤍 Thanks a lot for watching, please subscribe to my channel, like this video 👍 and click the bell icon 🔔 to receive a notification when I upload a new film. Buy the Boreal 21 Folding Saw by Agawa Gear that you see In this video. 🤍 Check out this playlist of all my full-length documentaries: 🤍 Follow me on social media: Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/jbadventurer Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/jbadventurer/ Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Check out my website for articles and videos you won't find here: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Snowmobile to Cabin Tour & Moving in 7:00 Jim Splits, Hauls & Stacks Fire Wood 14:58 Night Falls & Cooking up Steaks For Dinner 22:12 Morning & Cooking Breakfast 29:00 Day's Plans, Review of Garmin 66i & Dishes 32:19 What's a Muff Pot? & Tori Splits Wood 37:06 Family Snowmobiling Adventure 48:08 Ice Fishing for Lake Trout & Traveling Back to Cabin 1:00:55 Tori Splits Kindling & Gets a Fire Going in the Wood Stove 1:02:53 Tori Sets up Solar Panels 1:05:16 Loading Up Skimmer For Winter Camping Adventure 1:06:40 Snowmobile ride into Mountains to Campsite 1:14:11 Finding 2x4 Wall Tent Frame & Setting Up Camp 1:21:28 Tori Whittles Tinder & Kindling & Starts Fire /w Ferro Rod 1:24:43 Moving into the Tent & Getting Settled in 1:28:23 Cooking Dinner 1:32:56 Epic Drone Shots 1:34:19 The Next Morning, Melting Snow & Breakfast 1:37:25 Plans for the Day, Packing Up & Hitting the Trail 1:40:00 Hitting the Trail on the Snowmobile & All Day in the Mountains 1:56:19 The Next Morning, Pancakes for Breakfast 2:01:00 Packing up 2:03:23 Getting Firewood & Processing Wood 2:08:50 Taking Down Tent & Stove Pipe, Heading Back to Cabin 2:09:55 2:11:13 Back at the Cabin, Getting Fire Going & Settled Back in 2:12:50 Sled Dog Kennel Tour & How Dogs are Fed & Watered 2:23:33 How To Drive a Dog Team & Harnessing Up the Team 2:29:28 Dog Sled Ride! 2:30:00 History of Sled Dogs & Drone Footage 2:37:55 Tori Drives the Dog Team 2:39:39 Moose Burgers 2:51:51 Jim Splits Wood & Does Laundry 2:56:00 Morning, Tori Makes Jerk Chicken Quesadillas 3:01:23 Family Snowmobile Ride 3:03:22 Ice Bridge! 3:04:50 Ptarmigan Hunt! & Muff Pot Quesadillas 3:13:04 Cooking Up Ptarmigan For Dinner 3:21:50 Pancakes for Breakfast 3:22:27 Moving out of the Cabin - on to Other Adventures Thanks a lot and have a great day!
4 YEARS ALONE & OFF GRID in the CANADIAN WILDERNESS | SELF BUILT GARDEN, YURT, & PREPPING - Ep. 159 - In our next episode we welcome a new family member and EVERYTHING CHANGES AGAIN!!! 🤍 #alone #prepping #OffGrid #fishing #Yurt #freediving #Firewood #boat #Bushcraft #spearfishing Go to 🤍 to get your loved one a unique gift and star map! Use code JakeAndNicolle WATCH ALL OUR VIDEOS ADVERTISEMENT FREE with extra/bonus weekly behind the scenes videos for supporters: 🤍 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 2: 🤍 YouTube 3: 🤍 Our Instagram: 🤍 ► MUSIC 1. Josh Amarante: Dancing in the Dying Light 🤍 🤍
In January 2019 we had the privelage of being featured on HGTV's hit show Log Cabin Living! It was a really neat experience for our family and we are so happy with the cabin we chose! When we are not using the cabin ourselves, we allow other families to come up and enjoy it as a vacation rental. You can book the cabin on VRBO.com or by visiting our website, 🤍WigginsFamilyCabins.com. Thanks!
#dugout #storm #bushcraft FINANCIAL SUPPORT 🤍 THERMOS LIKE MINE 🤍 Unique Bobber thermoses 🤍 Hello. It's time to sum up. The bathhouse is ready and finally bathed in it. However, you need to start with something else. This time I was in the skin of a chimney sweep. I cleaned the chimney, cleaned the furnace body and removed all the ash from the ash pan. Traction has definitely improved! It beautiful The next stage of the work was to chop more wood, because today I have two stoves! One is a stationary brick oven, the second is a camping stove. So with the help of the second furnace, I heated the bathhouse today. A bathhouse? Hardly, more like a sauna. In any case, she scored her 78 degrees Celsius and pleased me. Now I'm as clean as ever. I was also pleased and surprised at the same time by the weather! It changed several times during the day. While I was walking to the dugout, the sun was shining, it became cloudy in the forest, then the sun again, then a snow curtain with a hurricane wind, then the sun again, then a blizzard again) Look and you will be surprised that this happens at the end of March. In general, I had a great time and I wish you at least a little to feel the range of feelings that I felt. Enjoy watching! SEE ALSO 🤍 Hi! I decided to create a second channel "ALEX WILD LIFE". Enjoy watching! MY COUNTRY HOUSE 🤍 Dugout LIFE Woodworking 🤍 after SNOWSTORM building a second room 🤍 Log Cabin in the forest. SNOWFALL. Part 2 🤍 Bushcraft shelter 2022 - Life in the wild 🤍 Off grid Hiking. My Log Cabin 🤍
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Many of us dream of leaving the modern world behind and escaping to an idyllic off-the-grid cabin where we can relax, enjoy quiet time and be with nature. In this weeks episode, we meet an inspiring couple who did exactly that, building an amazing cabin by the river. At 54 square meters, (850ft2) this small cabin is situated in a stunning location with panoramic views looking over the river and out to the forest beyond. Completely off-the-grid, solar powered and with rain water collection, this cabin is a beautiful and fully functional home. From its modern, black exterior through to the warm plywood interior and exceptional views, this cabin is a dream home. Enjoy the full video tour! If you enjoy our videos, please consider supporting us on Patreon: 🤍 Find out more about this tiny house and others on our website: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Please subscribe for more videos on tiny houses, architecture, DIY, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. Title music in this video by Bryce Langston: 🤍 Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston Editing: Rasa Pescud 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2020 Zyia Pictures Ltd #cabin #architecture #offthegrid