SusatainableBushcraft: 70/30 Wool might as well be cotton...
Allofthemonkeys: What size of yurt is that?
DD826: Man, you must be looseing a lot of heat out the roof. Just canvas right?
kenneth caloun: enjoy your videos
Glenn S: Out of curiosity, Dave, is there a reason a stove jack of some kind isn't used?
TAVIS B: Is that the large snow trekker stove Dave? You the man! Cheers from Aus
Hamster Hammer: the call of the rugged outdoors!
akn7able: love pathfinder cribs so much better than mtv
norsewulf86: that chainmail is awsome man your friend has some skills
austinjefferies: I am very impressed with this snow trekker wood stove, I have made a cabin for myself and i was wondering if i could use this tent stove in my cabin with the right piping. I dont seem to see the difference between a cabin stove and tent stove besides weight. Hit me back with an answer if you have one.
nartin9: 63? that warmer than what the thermometer stays half the time in winter. my room is usualy 55.
Ali N: beaver
Arthur Brehm: i love the yurt series... dave is an inspiration...
i've got last week my pathfinder waterbottle with the cup, the stove and the 4free pothanger and i love these items. i use them for my daily coffee or cooking meals in my truck cooking outside the truck with a small gas oven.
best regards from cologne (germany)!
Countrytime870: My mom said a"Yurt" is how sweedish people say dirt.
Josh H: I miss the journal of the yurt series soooo much.:'(
jaknife99: Now all we need is recurve composite bow
Michael Smith: what kind of fur is the haversack made of becuase when i go trapping this winter i d want to make one
Boozin Bozo: dave inspired me the same way... so i went to the bush with my son... 24 hrs later we're back in the AC pitiful.. i will keep adapting