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The Birth Of A Wooden House. Extended
 
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We unexpectedly found missing footage of two more scenes from the building process - moss collection in the local swamp and finishing of the frame. So we decided to make another version - extended edition (2 mins longer) to add those scenes to the movie and share them with you all. This is a documentary movie uncovering the process of building a wooden house with mostly hand tools from (as much as possible) local natural materials starting from forest till the living space. "I built my house from trees that I felled in winter time (-20C) with an axe and two man crosscut saw in my own forest. I did it following the research of old carpenter's calendar that coniferous trees should be felled in January's first days when the new moon rises and the deciduous trees should be felled in the winter time during the old moon. In winter time trees are sleeping and the juice and moisture content is very low in them. As time passes timber felled in winter becomes light and strong. In the building process I used mostly traditional carpenters hand tools - axes, hand saws, timber framing chisels and slicks, old Stanley planes, augers, draw knives and mostly human energy. All the ground work for fundaments and the basement earth digging was done by hand with shovels. The foundation consists mostly of bigger and smaller rocks and boulders. Lime, sand and concrete mixture are using only in small amounts - to hold the boulders together. The visible part over the ground level - boulder mosaic has been masoned with hand split local granite. The House has been built based on the western part of Latvia - Kurland/Kurzeme (German influence) historical wooden architecture typical technique - Timber Frame construction with sliding log walls between the posts. House is two carpentry technique union - Timber Frame (that is typical in France, Germany, Great Britain, North America and other countries) and traditional Latvian log building technique, between the logs using moss from the local swamp. In the walls, timber frame and roof construction there I used only wood joints and wooden pegs to hold the main construction together - no nails, screws or steel plates. Walls are insulated with 250mm thick dry pine and larch shaving layer (leftover from the local cabinet makers workshop). Overall exterior wall thickness is 50cm. In the walls (except wind vapour breathable membrane over the roof) has not been used any plastic or modern synthetic materials. To preserve the wood from the spoiling, fame posts, sills, top beams and final cladding boards are treated with fire and pine tar mixed with Tung oil. This wood preservation technique was adapted from the Japanese traditional wood preservation technique Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板). Exterior cladding boards recoating each 10-15 years with Tung oil and pine or birch tar mixture, the house can last more than 500 years. As an example is taken Norwegian stave churches that stands more than 500 years until nowadays. Roofing is three layer white oak shingles (each 10mm thick, 120mm wide and 720mm long) laid in two directional technique. Overall amount of shingles used is 15 000 pieces. Roof walls are insulated with ecological wood fibre wool and wood fibre panels. Over the wood fibre panels are plastered natural plaster - mixture of sand, clay powder, lime, linen fibre, salt, wheat flour. Overall thickness of the plaster is 20mm and over all amount of plaster used on the walls are 5000 kilos. It works also as thermal mass and improves energy performance. Exterior measurements of the house is 6.5 x 13 meters. Living space in both floors are 120sq/m. The house is being heated with clay plastered brick bread oven and smaller oven made of clay tiles in the kitchen. To heat up both floors of the house, when outside it is minus 10 degrees (Celsium) only small oven is heated once a day. When freeze gets below -15, -20 C, we heat up the bread oven. Once it is heated, because of it’s thermal mass of 5 tons, it keeps the warmth 2-3 days. To heat up all the house (120 sq/m) in the winter time we use not more than 4 m3 (1.1 cord) of dry firewood. This is 2nd winter we are living there and we still heat up the house with the leftovers of lumber from the building process. And it will be enough for 3 more years. I have fulfilled my vision to a build natural, ecological house with high thermal efficiency, low energy consumption, sustainable, using local materials such as - wood, stone, old and new clay bricks, moss, linen fibre, clay, water, lime, wheat flour, salt and wood shavings." Jacob, carpenter, craftsman and founder of Northmen ( ex John Neeman Tools). http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 2048758 Northmen
Log Cabin TIMELAPSE Built By ONE MAN In The Forest
 
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No talking viral timelapse video of Shawn James off grid log cabin build by one man alone in the wilderness of Canada, from 1st tree I cut to last floor board I laid. Please SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIMXKin1fXXCeq2UJePJEog?sub_confirmation=1 So Why Should You Subscribe To My Channel? To watch me build my next cabin - bigger and better than this one!.. To relax… To virtually immerse yourself in nature… To see how I live debt free, stress free and low cost… To see how I build things alone… To see how I cook with no electricity or gas… To hear what steps I took to retire in my mid-forties so I could live my dream life… To interact with the happiest and most helpful community of viewers on YouTube… To become more self-reliant. If you want to build a rustic log cabin or tiny off grid home alone in the wilderness and you haven't seen the rest of my videos, this is a good primer. It's super fast motion though, so if you are interested in building a primitive log cabin like this, take a look at the "Log Cabin The Bear Den" playlist on the channel. At the beginning of the video, I show a winter drone photo of the cabin in the snow in December. Then I flashback to the first balsam fir tree I cut down with a saw and axe near the cabin. I drag the trees into place and clear the cabin site. All summer, I cut the notches in the logs as I built the cabin up, offsite. Once I was finished notching the logs with a log scribe, saw, axe, adze and wood carving gouge, I loaded up the entire cabin of logs and moved them to my land near Algonquin Park, Ontario Canada. Once on site, I spent a month reassembling the cabin on a foundation of sand and gravel. Once the log walls were up, I again used hand tools to shape every log, board and timber to erect the gable ends, the wood roof, the porch, the outhouse and a seemingly endless number of woodworking projects. For the roof, I used an ancient primitive technology to waterproof and preserve the wood - shou sugi ban, a fire hardening wood preservation technique unique to Japan and other areas in northern climates. Because the cabin is offgrid, I have used handtools for most of the build and without power, I have no options on site regardless. The tiny house will continue to be operated with power, not even renewable energy for now, so I'm heating the cabin with a woodstove fire place, which I also cook on. The cabin is made of cedar fence posts, twelve feet long and the cabin measures 10 feet x 20 feet inside with a one hundred square foot sleeping loft on the second floor. The floor is made of two inch thick pine planks, torched to help repel water and to give them a rustic barn board appearance. Tune off sound if you don't want to hear the music, - there is no talking in this silent video. If you are a subscriber or long time viewer, there is some new footage at the end of the video, but otherwise you have seen most of this. As always, I'll release a new video on Friday showing the progress I made this week on the door and the ice box for food storage. CABIN LIFE MERCHANDISE HERE: https://teespring.com/stores/my-self-reliance Website: http://myselfreliance.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/MySelfReliance/ Personal Facebook Page (Shawn James) – https://www.facebook.com/shawn.james.msr Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/myselfreliance/ Music Eternal Hope by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100238 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ #logcabin #timelapse #shelter
Views: 4645534 My Self Reliance
The Birth Of A Wooden House
 
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This is a documentary movie uncovering the process of building a wooden house with hand tools from local materials starting from forest till the living space. I built my house from trees that I felled with an axe and two man crosscut saw in my own forest. I did it following the research of old carpenter's calendar that coniferous trees should be felled in January's first days when the new moon rises and the deciduous trees should be felled in the winter time during the old moon. In winter time trees are sleeping and the juice and moisture content is very low in them. As time passes timber felled in winter becomes light and strong. In the building process I used mostly traditional carpenters hand tools - axes, hand saws, timber framing chisels and slicks, old Stanley planes, augers, draw knives and mostly human energy. All the ground work for fundaments and the basement earth digging was done by hand with shovels. The foundation consists mostly of bigger and smaller rocks and boulders. Lime, sand and concrete mixture are using only in small amounts - to hold the boulders together. The visible part over the ground level - boulder mosaic has been masoned with hand split local granite. The House has been built based on the western part of Latvia - Kurland/Kurzeme (German influence) historical wooden architecture typical technique - Timber Frame construction with sliding log walls between the posts. House is two carpentry technique union - Timber Frame (that is typical in France, Germany, Great Britain, North America and other countries) and traditional Latvian log building technique, between the logs using moss from the local swamp. In the walls, timber frame and roof construction there I used only wood joints and wooden pegs to hold the main construction together - no nails, screws or steel plates. Walls are insulated with 250mm thick dry pine and larch shaving layer (leftover from the local cabinet makers workshop). Overall exterior wall thickness is 50cm. In the walls (except wind vapour breathable membrane over the roof) has not been used any plastic or modern synthetic materials. To preserve the wood from the spoiling, fame posts, sills, top beams and final cladding boards are treated with fire and pine tar mixed with Tung oil. This wood preservation technique was adapted from the Japanese traditional wood preservation technique Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板). Exterior cladding boards recoating each 10-15 years Tung oil and pine or birch tar mixture, the house can last more than 500 years. As an example is taken Norwegian stave churches that stands more than 500 years until nowadays. Roofing is three layer white oak shingles (each 10mm thick, 120mm wide and 720mm long) laid in two directional technique. Overall amount of shingles used is 15 000 pieces. Roof walls are insulated with ecological wood fibre wool and wood fibre panels. Over the wood fibre panels are plastered natural plaster - mixture of sand, clay powder, lime, linen fibre, salt, wheat flour. Overall thickness of the plaster is 20mm and over all amount of plaster used on the walls are 5000 kilos. It works also as thermal mass and improves energy performance. Exterior measurements of the house is 6.5 x 13 meters. Living space in both floors are 120sq/m. The house is being heated with clay plastered brick bread oven and smaller oven made of clay tiles in the kitchen. To heat up both floors of the house, when outside it is minus 10 degrees (Celsium) only small oven is heated once a day. When freeze gets below -15, -20 C, we heat up the bread oven. Once it is heated, because of it’s thermal mass of 5 tons, it keeps the warmth 2-3 days. To heat up all the house (120 sq/m) in the winter time we use not more than 4 m3 of dry firewood. This is 2nd winter we are living there and we still heat up the house with the leftovers of lumber from the building process. And it will be enough for 3 more years. I have fulfilled my vision to a build natural, ecological house with high thermal efficiency, low energy consumption, sustainable, using local materials such as - wood, stone, old and new clay bricks, moss, linen fibre, clay, water, lime, wheat flour, salt and wood shavings. Jacob, carpenter, craftsman and founder of Northmen (ex John Neeman Tools). Soundtrack: Jeff Pianki - Old Habits Peter J Hochstedler - Fools On The Highway Jauns Mēness (New Moon) - Pazudušais Dēls Jeff Pianki - The Weight Of Us Jeff Pianki - On Forgetting http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 1461216 Northmen
World Amazing Modern 24 Hours House Build Time Lapse. House Built in One Day Timelapse Construction
 
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A compilation of world amazing modern 24 hours house build technology time lapse. Small and big houses made of wood and steel built in one day. Home Construction Timelapse. Germany, Russia, China etc. Подборка мировых удивительных современных строительных технологий, позволяющих возвести дом за 24 часа! Большие и маленькие, городские и дачные дома, сделанные из стали и дерева строят за один день. Германия, Россия, Китай и др.
Views: 1109054 BogMonsterZ
671 Day Timelapse Of Building Our Homestead (From Scratch)
 
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I nearly cried after watching this... We forget how much work our dreams can take... Worth every drop of blood, sweat and tears! https://www.paypal.me/RedPoppyRanch contact: redpoppyranch98@gmail.com Instagram: @redpoppyranch https://www.facebook.com/RPRIdaho/ https://www.pinterest.com/redpoppyranch/ Contact: Redpoppyranch98@gmail.com Video about Lifevantage products and the science behind them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bs8ecK_Z2z0 Link to these products: http://redpoppyranch.lifevantage.com/ Music: http://www.epidemicsound.com
Views: 935752 Red Poppy Ranch
How To Build A Small Home Without Borrowing Money
 
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Kevin and Annissa Coy recently decided to sell most of their possessions and move out to The Pacific Northwest. They bought an affordable piece of land next to the ocean and began building a small home. Not tiny, but still very small. About the size of a two-car garage. All of this is being done without borrowing money to remain debt-free. I'd like to thank Keven and Anissa for being kind enough to share what they are up to which will hopefully inspire others to do the same. More info. here http://aselfreliantlife.com Tiny houses listed for sale and rent daily: http://tinyhouselistings.com Tiny houses for sale in your inbox: http://eepurl.com/bAcWb Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyhouselistings Facebook: http://facebook.com/tinyhouselistings
Views: 1285925 Tiny House Listings
Olde Wood "Unlimited" Web Series - Primitive Tiny Homes
 
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You may know us as one of the leading manufacturers of wide plank flooring and reclaimed building materials, but did you know that we also make primitive tiny homes? This 106 square-foot home is complete with a bed, bath, and half kitchen - and a hand-crafted, 100% reclaimed wood, mortise & tenon frame. Tiny in size, but packed with character, take a tour of our Salt Box Primitive Tiny Home.
Views: 4233 OldeWoodLimited
My primitive Simple Country home
 
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Please watch: "The Girl With The Broken Smile" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaXllQzPOIY --~-- Narration Done by me Tessie .This is My Home and the Peace of Living Simple ,The concept was Based on the Amish Lifestyle ,It is in here where I spend 80 % of My Life .Home is where the Heart is..and My Heart finds comfort in this simple Tiny Home
Views: 2745 Homestead Tessie
Primitive Furniture | Building Primitive Furniture
 
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Views: 6402 dheayank
Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process
 
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Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process. http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 7020887 Northmen
Primitive Log Cabin in the Forest Alone in the Wilderness with Hand Tools
 
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Building a log cabin completely alone has been my dream since selling my last cabin 15 years ago.I start this video by cutting down cedar trees in winter and end with a standing log cabin in the Canadian Wilderness, up to the top of the walls. In this video, I go into more detail to show exactly how I am doing it. Learn how I cut the notches, lift the logs into place by myself and start preparing my house to live a life like Dick Proenneke did in Alaska. Get prepared for the apocalypse by building your own primitive off grid log cabin, tiny house in the woods of wilderness Canada. Learn how to work alone and build your own home using nothing but hand tools - no power tools. Be a modern day lumberjack and outdoorsman capable of self reliant living. Create your own homestead, starting with a tiny home.
Views: 1346476 My Self Reliance
Timber framing a medieval capstan
 
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This video captures the making of a medieval style capstan we will use for the raising of our cabin. The basic design came from timber framer Jim Rogers, who was kind enough to share his plans. We made our frame of 6x6 White Oak, the braces and stretchers are also white oak, and a bit of yellow pine was used for the yolk. The axle was made from Black Gum, a very tough and split resistant wood. The axle pin is a bit of antique wrought iron bar, about 1 1/4 " thick, which had flats filled on one end and the other left round to spin freely in its housing. In combination with a block and tackle this device is capable of huge feats of strength. As the axle is about 8inches in diameter and the handles are 8 feet long, the capstan alone give a 12 to 1 mechanical advantage to any force applied.
Views: 1264057 Mr. Chickadee
How to build a wooden cottage in... 4 hours!
 
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This film shows a wooden holiday house construction, which in reality took 4h to raise. NEW! https://youtu.be/KEodO5i8xhk and http://youtu.be/Q990KwHxbXU See the ready hut here: https://youtu.be/EUFoXhE1Y1I ; http://youtu.be/h5hTwb3uMpQ and http://youtu.be/ktLFRlwKjlI A luxury log cabin may be seen here:http://youtu.be/rJwtr42QVlc In this vid the crew started just after 7 A.M. and they finished right after 11 A.M. the same morning. The longest it took to level out the concrete foundation blocks. Foiling and insulation against heat loss as well as electrical installation took some more time but was worth it, esp. in colder climate. Sunset over the hut in 2015: https://youtu.be/0doXu6UkHaI See more interesting things on our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/dzikieswinie
Primitive Tool : Build Primitive Tree  House In Forest
 
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Hello dear! Everyday we live in wild but now we build small house in wild for live . This is hard work to make but we are trying. 3 day ago we can make it for sleep and To be continue we show you next video . Thank you for watch
Views: 4123772 Primitive Tool
The Red Brick Cottage Country Primitive Show House
 
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Video from our beautiful Norton Commons Show House in Louisville,Ky. Downstairs and Outside. All items available through The Red Brick Cottage 776 S. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, KY 40160 270-351-1224 www.theredbrickcottage.com www.facebook.com/TheRedBrickCottage
Views: 64429 TheRedBrickCottage
Primitive Country Decorating Ideas - Dynamite Crate Makeover
 
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Please Visit http://michellescountrycorner.blogspot.com/ In todays video of Primitive Country Decorating Ideas we makeover a dynamite crate. This in turn creates an unusual wall display. Thanks for watching:) Feel free to leave any comments questions or ideas:) Check out our Facebook Page:) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Country-Corner/123025284380957 primitive decorating video country decorating video primitive home decorating country home decorating primitive decorating tips country decorating tips primitive decorating blogs country decorating blogs how to primitive decorating how to country decorating country decorating ideas primitive country decorating crafts primitive decorating ideas primitive decorated homes country decorated homes primitive country homes primitive country videos primitive country decorating how to primitive country primitive country tips primitive country ideas
Views: 48788 Michelle Beighley
How to build a wooden cottage ( log cabin, log house ) (part 1)...Ako postaviť Chatu (časť 1)
 
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Ako som svojpomocne postavil chatu v priebehu jedného roka. / How I built a cottage by myself in one year.
Views: 457255 Július Chomistek
Primitive Hutch Build
 
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Here we complete a custom project for the lady of the farm.
Building Without Nails  The Genius of Japanese Carpentry
 
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We've heard of the genius "technology" used in ancient times to build towering monuments with nothing more than primitive tools like stones and ropes. The Egyptian pyramids of old is a great example. Back in the far east, Japan had plenty to offer the ancient world as well when it came to resourceful inventions and crafts. Traditional Japanese Carpenters built houses, temples, and castles, without the use of nails, screws, or bolts. In a documentary interviewing one of the few remaining practitioners of this seemingly lost art of carpentry, an old Japanese master craftsman exclaims "No bolts, no nails. It lasts longer!". Proudly claiming its effectiveness that no one would be able to argue against its success in the form of several majestic towering temples all over Japan still standing to this day. After being subjected to harsh weather and clashes of changes in civilizations for well over a thousand years. But with the bold statement comes a clear understanding that the success to this art isn't because they designed it to withstand "against" nature, instead, it is all about being "with" nature. Moving his livelihood to New York and sharing his art form of old Japanese wood working to the world, Isao Hanafusa, co-owner of Miya Shoji, has carved himself a unique niche in the competitive market of the furnishing industry. Sought out and revered by New Yorkers wanting that embrace with nature in their interior decor with a style and durability in craftsmanship that can't be rivaled by most factory produced alternatives. All furniture selections in Miya Shoji showrooms are hand crafted, even the types lumber used in all his crafts are hand selected by Hanafusa himself. Isao Hanafusa was a graduate of Industrial Revolution studies of which he states has produced countless wonders for the modern world, but its cold machinery has also tragically killed off individual talent that is supposed to reside in craftsmen. To this day, he rejects criticisms of his methods being unnecessarily old fashioned, because with all the bold talk of technologically advanced tools and methods used in modern day construction work, the Hanafusa family believes a thousand years worth of talent refinement and mastery should not be thrown away in exchange for mass production convenience. Nor is it going to back down from the contest that their crafts will last even longer than rigid concrete and metal structures for the simple fact they are not designed to resist against the force of mother nature, but to live with her. Credits: China Uncensored China Uncensored channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NTDChinaUncensored
Views: 3878943 Armaita777
Primitive Tool : Build Underground House
 
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Hello everyone, Today i'm build new house at Underground , it hard to dig but we try build for protect cool season . Please like comment and subscribe to get more video for us.
Views: 3603712 Primitive Tool
Primitive Tool : Build Underground House protect cool season
 
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Hello everyone, Today i'm build new house at Underground , it hard to dig but we try build for protect cool season . Please like comment and subscribe to get more video for us.
Views: 4206560 Primitive Survival Tool
Country House Plans - 5 Beautiful Country Homes to Inspire You
 
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See http://www.archwaypress.com/house-plans/country-home-plans.html for a collection of beautiful country house plans. A popular feature of country homes is the wood porch and trim. Known for their simplicity, country houses can either be 1 story or 2 story. We've gathered ideas and inspirations from across the countries and have compiled fresh and practical country home plans designed to fit all taste and everyone's budget.
Views: 2024 Archway Press
Build a Log Cabin with Fence Posts In My Backyard
 
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What happens when the logs need another 6 months to season but I need to get my log cabin built? Build it in my backyard with cedar fence posts! In this video, I explain what I'm doing with fence posts, what the next steps are and when I hope to get this cabin built before I build another one with the trees I cut down earlier.z
Views: 805341 My Self Reliance
Primitive Country Furniture
 
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Primitive Country Furniture www.primitiques.com
Beautiful Stone Cabins and Cottages | Charming Rustic Style Architecture
 
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Subscribe to Grig Stamate: http://bit.ly/GrigStamate Great pictures of cabins and pictures in a beautiful rustic style. Music: Log Cabin by Silent Partner Downloaded it from the YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music Follow us on: GOOGLE PLUS: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GrigStamate/posts PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/Grig55/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/GrigStamate1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HowToBuildAHouseBlog
Views: 526261 Grig Stamate
I GOT HURT Building a PRIMITIVE KITCHEN in the Forest
 
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#primitive #kitchen #logcabin I cut myself building the primitive kitchen in the forest while I was hand-carving a wood door for the traditional clay wood-fired pizza oven. Despite the setback, I was able to accomplish a lot this week, including building wooden countertops, making a DIY sink handcrafted out of metal, splitting firewood, working on the earthen oven and training my dog Cali the golden retriever for the upcoming season. Thanks for watching! New videos every FRIDAY. Please subscribe. My Other Channel (more talking): Shawn James https://bit.ly/2xzZHpB Cabin Life T-SHIRTS and COFFEE MUGS: https://teespring.com/stores/my-self-reliance Watch the ENTIRE cabin and forest kitchen SERIES here: THE FOREST KITCHEN: https://bit.ly/2M3syZE HOW TO BUILD A LOG CABIN: https://bit.ly/2nbof06 To see what I’m up to during the rest of the week, you can find me here; Website: http://myselfreliance.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/MySelfReliance/ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/myselfreliance/ My Mailing Address: P.O. Box 20042 Barrie, Ontario L4M 6E9 Canada Links to gear used at the cabin: Fjallraven Vidda Pro Pants - https://amzn.to/2rhEiMn Tilley Endurables Airflo Hat - https://amzn.to/2Ia4xy1 Mora Knife - http://amzn.to/2BOiv35 Agawa Canyon Boreal 21 Saw - http://amzn.to/2BPV6OF Axe - http://www.torontoblacksmith.com/ Moka Pot - http://amzn.to/2DEomvO Canada http://amzn.to/2ndmtw6 USA Virtus Knife- http://www.virtusknives.com/ Canon 6D - http://amzn.to/2EdaZjs DJI Mavic Pro - http://amzn.to/2DHuJib Solar LED light bulb 15W - http://amzn.to/2BQvSQ2 Copper Fairy lights - http://amzn.to/2BCmF0X Solar String Lights - http://amzn.to/2DvgU2n Lodge Dutch Oven - http://amzn.to/2kHuxDQ Bragg’s Sprinkle - http://amzn.to/2EdouzK
Views: 269691 My Self Reliance
Primitive Tool : Build primitive mud house
 
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Hello Everyone, Today i'm build new mud house 200 x 180 cm , we build this house using mud mix with grass. Generally the whole family joins in the construction of these houses that are more resistant than wooden houses and they have a good thermal insulation. Next video i will make door , window and bed. Thank you for watching please like and subscribe to get more video.
Views: 684803 Primitive Survival Tool
Build An Amazing Primitive Mud House Attaching 3 Tiled Roof Hut -  Making Round Hut Under Tree House
 
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Build amazing mud house by attaching 3 round hut. We build this 3 tiled roof hut under tree house of palmyra palm tree by our smart village boys team.Do you want to live this beautiful natural house for a day? We have used only bamboo and others primitive tools & materials. Three boys work together for 3-4 days to finish this three round hut mud house. After completing the tree house they prepared two country chicken and cooked beside the mud house and then serve the chicken & rice to 5-6 boys & kids of our village. This is incredible natural environment side of ponds. If you watch this video you may want to stay this beautiful mud house for a day. Hope you enjoy the video. Thank you very much for watching our videos. You can like our facebook page www.facebook.com/AroundMeBD to see some unseen picture of regular event.
Views: 108482 AroundMeBD
Primitive Technology: Building Mini Mud House In The Forest
 
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Welcome for your enjoying to visit my channel Mr Crystal. I Hope that you will enjoy more for the next videos (^-^) thanks you for watching please help Subscribe like good comment and share https://bit.ly/2w9LkYo Primitive Technology: Building Mini Mud House In The Forest
Views: 769954 Mr Crystal
BUILDING MY DREAM HOUSE!!
 
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Today we met up with Vinny (builder) and he showed us the updates to my dream ho! Make sure to leave a like, comment, and turn on my notifications so you don't miss a video! Thank you :) Check out Vinny's website if you're interested in him building you a custom home - http://www.calvosaorganization.com/ See Gymshark’s latest releases: https://www.gymshark.com/ Editor: https://twitter.com/jaredmarston https://www.youtube.com/r/staggeredits Subscribe if you’re new :) http://tinyurl.com/yan2bm74 Please leave a like if you enjoyed! Watch More My Life: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNYfU5gmZtzYTrm8XamSZpknVcQ7oo5O1 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL ▶ Twitter: @FaZe_Censor ▶ Instagram: @FaZe_Censor ▶ Snapchat: @FaZe_Censor Check out my WORKOUT videos here: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorWorkOut Check out my MOST POPULAR videos here: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorMostPopular Check out my PRANKS here: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorPranks Watch ALL MY VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorVideos For Business/Integration/Promotion requests please email my agent: mgordon@fullscreen.com Gymshark's Website - http://bit.ly/Gymshark_FaZeCensor Code "CENSOR" for 5% off SCUFS http://SCUFGaming.com Code "CENSOR" for 10% off GFUEL http://www.gfuel.com/censor About FaZe Censor I’m a professional gamer that enjoys working out and I do my best to inspire as many people as I can to follow their dreams. BUILDING MY DREAM HOUSE!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NothTMMOMSE FaZe Censor https://www.youtube.com/CENSAT1ON
Views: 973475 FaZe Censor
Primitive Daily Life : Build Primitive Tree House Near The Village (part end)
 
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This is video I want to show you about : Build Primitive Tree House Near The Village (part end)
Views: 3404 Primitive Daily life
Primitive Saltbox Houses | Decor Haul
 
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Thanks for watching Building It Country! Today is a Primitive Saltbox House Haul! I hope you enjoy ❤️
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This Tiny House/Cabin was made from FREE Pallets!
 
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Kevin Bentley (www.facebook.com/thepalletcabin) shares his "Pallet Cabin" with us- one he made from recycled and free pallet wood. This cabin, at 12' by 12', stands as a great little hunting, guest, or weekending cabin or cottage, or could potentially be used/converted into a tiny house for full time living. Kevin, based in Georgia, (and a tiny house fan) has many other projects in the works, so be sure to check out his Facebook page, and subscribe!
Views: 1681074 relaxshacksDOTcom
Primitive Country Decorating Ideas - Floor Display
 
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Please Visit http://michellescountrycorner.blogspot.com/ In this video of Primitive Country Decorating Ideas we take a old chest add a few country decorations to make a country floor display. Thanks for watching. Look us up on Facebook :) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Country-Corner/123025284380957 primitive decorating video country decorating video primitive home decorating country home decorating primitive decorating tips country decorating tips primitive decorating blogs country decorating blogs how to primitive decorating how to country decorating country decorating ideas primitive country decorating crafts primitive decorating ideas primitive decorated homes country decorated homes primitive country homes primitive country videos primitive country decorating how to primitive country primitive country tips primitive country ideas
Views: 15350 Michelle Beighley
HOW TO BUILD A FARMHOUSE KITCHEN TABLE - COMPLETE AND EASY PLAN
 
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LEARN HOW TO BUILD A RUSTIC FARMHOUSE KITCHEN TABLE. EASY TO FOLLOW PLAN. EASY HOW TO VIDEO SHOWING ALL OF THE STEPS TO BUILD A RUSTIC KITCHEN TABLE. HERE AN AFFILIATE LINK TO THE KREG JIG TOOL THAT I USE IN THIS VIDEO. http://amzn.to/2DRZa0D
Views: 414367 Joe Lydic
How to build Forest Cabin. Building 12x20 Hunting Cabin With Loft
 
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How to build Forest Cabin. Building 12x20 Hunting Cabin With Loft
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Build Underground House
 
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Today i'm build new house at Underground , it hard to dig but we try build for protect cool season . Please like comment and subscribe to get more video for us.
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Making a Farmhouse Table with old rustic wood // DIY reclaimed wood project
 
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Enjoy and please subscribe! Check out my new channel & follow me on Instagram [ ZEDRIC77 ] // woodworking & other cool stuff Tools: Chop saw/chisel/angle grinder with cup brush/Drill & Impact driver/ table saw/Combo-jointer-planer/clamps/KregJig-system/Propane weed burner/Reciprocating saw/Router All Rights Administered by INgrooves on behalf of: Sorted Noise Records Artist: Secrets In Stereo Song: Again Album: Secrets in Stereo
Views: 1144376 ZEDRIC77
House Build Time Lapse
 
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Custom home build time lapse over 6 months.
Views: 485205 Justin Henry
How we Made our New Bigger Better Chicken Coop!
 
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We finished our new in-barn chicken coop which will house our future flock. It came out so good and we are really happy with it. It features two sliding pop doors and a really clever angled door design that saves space and leaves more room for the dual communal nesting boxes on the front. We were able to upcycle wood from pallets and shipping crates, and even made use of the pickets from our old fence. Now we just need chickens :) PayPal ➤ https://www.paypal.me/outinthecountry Instagram ➤ https://www.instagram.com/outinthecountry/ About Us ➤ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRKjjDhP3w2lnx3csu3G3aw/about Contact Us ➤ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRKjjDhP3w2lnx3csu3G3aw/about Please leave a comment, thumbs up the video, and don't forget to subscribe if you enjoy our videos! Thank you! #outinthecountry 💜 Our channel is family-friendly. 💜
Views: 191733 Out in the Country
Build a primitive wood bow from a Home Depot board - Part 4
 
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In part 4 of our series on how to build a primitive wood bow from a cheap home depot maple board we'll take steps to increase the speed and efficiency of our board bow. This bow design is very safe, but isn't the most efficient design for a primitive wood bow. In this video I shorten the bow to 68 inches and shoot it through the chronograph to measure arrow speed. Then I reduce the mass in the bows tips to increase the bow's efficiency. As a comparison I shoot my osage orange hunting bow, a 65 inch recurve drawing 50lbs at 29 inches, through the chronograph. We discuss bow design, as well as other factors affecting the efficiency of traditional and primitive archery bows. This would make a great bushcraft survival bow and arrow and could also be made from red oak or hickory. If made from hickory, you could leave the bow unbacked for a self bow. Website: http://www.twistedstave.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/twistedstave/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twistedstave/
Views: 20178 Clay Hayes
2018 DIY Home Decorating Projects To Try!
 
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Views: 3054233 Design Trend Seeker
Building a bushcraft DUGOUT SHELTER (Reupload) // JustRandomPfusch
 
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I`m reuploading this video because I initially used copyright music by accident. I`m actually quite happy about it, the new song fits way better anyways. Building a bushcraft dugout/ underground shelter alone in the woods. The small hut built entirely from dead wood features a bed and a bench and is surrounded by a low stone wall. It`s been an drudgery shoveling away all the soil, clay and small stones and since I only had time on the weekends, it took me almost two months to finish the digging. I initially planned the shelter to only be about 2 by 1 metres, but later changend my mind to expand towards the back and build a kind of loft with a bed. For further information check the FAQ in the comments :) I really enjoyed building this shelter. It has been a great opportunity for me to escape from everyday life and the stress I had in school. Big Thank You to My Self Reliance, TA Outdoors and Joe Robinet for inspiring me to get outside and be creative! Filmed with Honor8 smartphone Music: Acoustic guitar arrangement for song by TRow https://soundcloud.com/megatrev Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Views: 345885 JustRandomPfusch
How To Build A Smokehouse
 
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Easy tutorial how to build a smokehouse using simple materials. Are you interested in how we smoked the meat? For more tips visit my website at www.foodforestcookery.com or connect with me on facebook G+ or twitter Thank you :)
Views: 1331361 Food Forest Cookery
Primitive Technology, Build houses in the forest using the leaves of trees - Leaf roof
 
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Build houses in forest primitive technology. Build a house using leaves of trees, stone axe, trees, Leaf roof. It was hard to finish the video for three days, because it needed time to weave the leaves roof. Please wait to see the full video soon!! Here is the previous videos. -Making Stone Axes - Evolution of primitive technology Ep 01 : https://goo.gl/9jFYTC -Build houses with trees and clay in the forest: https://goo.gl/X9Cdmx Primitive Technology, Make Basket using vines and crooked wood: https://goo.gl/4Pi5N9 I will continue to make the next video of Primitive Technology as possibly. Get the latest videos about primitive technology, please subscribe to channel, likes and comments to show your interest in my channel. Thank you! If you wanna watching the videos of primitive Technology please go to this link: https://goo.gl/nZ2zxU
Views: 1002201 Evolution Technology
Primitive Technology : Mud House Building
 
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Primitive Technology : Mud House Building thanks you for watching please help Subscribe like good comment and share https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSA5vTx-jvLFgw-uCqlFakw
Views: 263481 Mr Crystal
Off Grid Log Cabin: Alone with my Dog in an Ice Storm
 
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#logcabin #offgrid #dog Relaxing at the cabin with Cali, my Golden Retriever. The weather was incredible, warm and sunny one day with deer coming out to dine on the acorns exposed by the melting snow, but the next day, rain ice pellets fell all night long before changing to snow the following day. It was not the worst ice storm I've witnessed, not like the ice storm of several years ago that shut the northeast down for a few days, but it did some damage. With our drone, my wife got some incredible aerial footage and photographs of raging rivers, pristine Canadian wilderness in the snow and the log cabin. The rustic tiny house is extremely cozy right now, especially when my wife and dog are there and the fire in the woodstove is burning, the candles and lanterns are lit and the furs are piled high on the bed. It's extremely cozy now that the floor is insulated and the spaces between the logs have been filled. Woodworking and bushcrafting the structure was very rewarding, but the interior finishes are the icing on the cake. Whenever I'm inside with the fire burning and I look out through the windows and the winter storms raging, I'm inspired to finish the tiny log house as soon as possible so that I can get working on the front porch, the outdoor kitchen, the cellar, workshop, maple syrup shack and more. I'm particularly excited to live off the land, foraging for wild plants and edibles, growing my own vegetables and becoming self reliant. I can use this off grid cabin as a shelter and base where I can practice living off the land and use primitive technology, learn bushcraft skills, improve my survival skills and my self reliance. Of course, no video would be complete without the meals that I prepare on the wood stove over the fire with cast iron cookware. In this episode, I make stewed venison spiced with garam masala, with leeks, onions and broccoli. For breakfast, I have fresh chicken eggs from the nearby rural homestead where they raise chickens and turkeys. I will be showing how I put the eggs in long term storage, preserving the food for the future. My dog and I fall asleep to the hooting of barred owls, and the wind through the trees and the falling rain were a big ASMR triggers for me. It's deep winter outside, but in the cabin was cosy and warm. Sometimes I think living off grid in a tiny house seems much easier, away from the daily stress of life. In fact, dealing with my high blood pressure and becoming much healthier is my motivation for building this cabin and living the simple life. Not my only motivation of course, I'm also inspired by my wife and my parents, who are living long and happy lives. Inspiration is important in this crazy world, and of course I'm not the only one who wants to escape from society and retreat to a cabin in the woods. To accomplish my goal of living off grid with as little money as possible, living cheap and saving money wherever possible, I need to continue to hone my woodworking and bushcraft skills, along with tree identifications, foraging, making maple syrup, harvesting chaga, catching fish and game, preserving food for long term storage (dehydrating, salting, curing, smoking, freezing, drying). Why Should You Subscribe To My Channel? To relax… To virtually immerse yourself in nature… To see how I live debt free, stress free and low cost… To see how I build things alone… To see how I cook with no electricity or gas… To hear what steps I took to retire in my mid-forties so I could live my dream life… To interact with the happiest and most helpful community of viewers on YouTube… To become more self-reliant. Links to Products Used: CABIN LIFE T-SHIRTS - https://teespring.com/stores/my-self-reliance Makers Mark Branding Iron - http://www.makersmarkbranding.com/product/electric-heated-branding-iron Moka Pot - http://amzn.to/2ndmtw6 Bragg's Organic Sprinkle - http://amzn.to/2EdouzK Camera Equipment: Canon 6D Mark ii - http://amzn.to/2EdaZjs DJI Mavic Pro - http://amzn.to/2DHuJib To see what I’m up to during the rest of the week, please follow me on my other online channels; Website: http://myselfreliance.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/MySelfReliance/ Personal Facebook Page (Shawn James) – https://www.facebook.com/shawn.james.msr Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/myselfreliance/ Mailing Address: P.O. Box 20042 Barrie, Ontario L4M 6E9 Canada #logcabin #offgrid #dog
Views: 4167209 My Self Reliance
Primitive technology: searching for groundwater and water filter (water well and tank) full
 
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Hi. This is our aggregate video. In this video we synthesize video searching for groundwater wells and building clean water tanks. We aggregate videos with the same content so people can view them in the simplest way. This video is the process of finding groundwater in the forest to build a clean water filter system in the forest. It's likely that some viewers find it annoying to review these videos. sorry for that inconvenience. Thank you.
Views: 5117973 Survival Skills Primitive
The Family Builds Shae's Earthbag Bedroom | Full Version Movie
 
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This is the Full Complete Version Show of the construction of Shae's bedroom from the ground up. 35 weeks of work wrapped up into 1 1/2 hours :) If you'd like to contribute to MyLittleHomestead: https://www.paypal.me/MyLittleHomestead Monthly Contribution on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MyLittleHomestead Other Links: http://mylittlehomestead.com/shaes-earthbag-bedroom-full-version-the-family-builds-building.html https://www.twitter.com/MyLilHomestead https://www.facebook.com/TheRealMyLittleHomestead http://www.mylittlehomestead.com https://www.instagram.com/therealmylittlehomestead SpiceByte Livestreams: https://www.twitch.tv/spicebyte Bree: https://www.youtube.com/HungerGamesPit Garen: https://www.youtube.com/MrOffAndOn Bryson: https://www.youtube.com/ScienceMadeFunner Shae: https://www.youtube.com/myscribls Music Credits: Banana Moonshine by Dan O'Conner http://www.danosongs.com Music by DanoSongs.com African Drums (Sting) by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/African Drums (Sting) by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ Itty Bitty 8 Bit by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100764 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100270 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Banjo Short by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Free Use Music: Rainy Day Games by The Green Orbs Indie Romance by Silent Partner Stoker by Jingle Punks Mr Sunny Face by Wayne Jones Bed and Breakfast by The 126ers Skuba Drive by Quincas Moreira Sunshine in My Heart Sting by Jingle Punks Rize Up by Diamond Ortiz Claudio The Worm by The Green Orbs Clover 3 by Vibe Mountain Sneaky Business by Biz Biz Studio Urchins by Rondo Brothers Crimson Fly by Huma-Huma Arc of the Sun by 126ers Walk the Dog by Coyote Hearing Urchins by Rondo Brothers Dog Park by Silent Partner Its Bitsy Spider (Instrumental) by The Green Orbs E Minor Prelude by Chopin First Day by Huma-Huma Smoked Kielbasa Polka by Doug Maxwell/Jimmy Fontanez Race Car by Rondo Brothers On the Tip (Sting) by Jingle Punks Cinematic (Sting) by Jingle Punks Lovable Clown Sit Com by Sir Cubworth MyLittleHomestead Original Music: Movin' Forward by Gary Funky Truckin' by Gary Cake Walk by Bree Drum-dodad by Gary Lulaby J by Gary Life is Strange by Bree Bry's Song (drums) Morgage Free, Debt Free, Building on a Budget :)
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Build Mini Underground Swimming Pool
 
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Hello Everyone , Today i'm build Swimming Pool Underground and planing a grass.+5 Thank you Watching....
Views: 22894301 Primitive Survival Tool