-26° Solo Camping 7 Days | Snowstorms and a Smitty Sled

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-26° Solo Winter Camping 7 Days | Snowstorms and a Smitty Sled

The Billy Bellows I used to fire up the stick stove are available here for $20: www.BillyBellows.com (This is a hobby business so they're sold to Canada and USA only to keep it simple. They're handmade by Erin's dad Bill in Thunder Bay, Ontario.)

The Smitty Sled kit worked beautifully and they're available from Chris here in Ontario: http://www.easysled.ca/

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Intro: 0:00
Day 2: 8:46
Day 3: 20:28
Day 4: 33:07
Day 5: 47:00
Day 6: 56:43
Day 7: 1:12:06

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Audio Credits:
Jesse Gallagher – The Anunnaki Return

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22 thoughts on “-26° Solo Camping 7 Days | Snowstorms and a Smitty Sled

  1. Answers to Tolkien's riddles are at the bottom of this comment
    The Billy Bellows I used to fire up the stick stove are available here for $20: http://www.BillyBellows.com (This is a hobby business so they're available to Canada and USA only to keep it simple. They're handmade by Erin's dad Bill in Thunder Bay, Ontario.)

    Many thanks to Chris for rushing to get the custom Smitty sled kit ready in time for this trip. Finally someone made a Smitty sled easy enough that even I could make one. He recently started up Easy Sled out of his home in Ontario if you're looking for one: http://www.easysled.ca/
    Anyone have a good product for skis in lieu of a full iron-on wax routine?

    Riddle 1:

    It cannot be seen, cannot be felt,

    Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt.

    It lies behind stars and under hills,

    And empty holes it fills.

    It comes out first and follows after,

    Ends life, kills laughter.
    Answer: Dark

    Riddle 2:

    Alive without breath,

    As cold as death;

    Never thirsty, ever drinking,

    All in mail never clinking.
    Answer: Fish

    Riddle 3:
    Voiceless it cries,

    Wingless flutters,

    Toothless bites,

    Mouthless mutters.

    Answer: Wind

    Riddle 4:

    This thing all things devours;
    Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;

    Gnaws iron, bites steel;

    Grinds hard stones to meal;

    Slays king, ruins town,

    And beats mountain down.

    Answer: Time

  2. For me its best weekends, loving to be 1 on 1 with nature no noisy ppls etc. Can think of life, can see the true wilde nature animals, plants etc.

  3. I really have thought the snow inside the tent would melt. What was the temperature inside the tent when the fire was going? Wish we had places (and wheather) like this in Germany, but its so densely populated that you wont find any places without other humans/houses nearby

  4. no offence, only thing you need is firewood, we haven't learned anything..thats just basic camping with all supplies with u duh

  5. Probably because of you showing the food and the tent looking extremely comfy, but watching this made me extremely hungry for some reason 🤣

  6. shin splints are the worst kind of pain. it's such a weird feeling. I get them all the time if I don't stretch enough >.<

  7. Never been ice fishing but, I know from winter fishing that (especially pike) need to hibernate deep in the water where it's warmer. Like 100+ feet. I'd bring a fish finder next time instead of a camera. scan lateral to the lakebed. It's usually quite easy to find a school since they bunch up for warmth. Anyways, just my two cents. Great video 😊

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