Log Cabin UK — Wild Camping With B&L Bushcraft




Bushcrafting trip to B & L Bushcraft in Nolfolk. A look at their Primitive Log cabin in the woods and an overnighter.
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  1. I am commenting long after the filming of this video, but I am so impressed, Both with the young men and the elder sharing some good times. You showed how you do the flint and steel rather than showing them the “right way”… great job, Andy. They had a fire ready in the morning and so many great ideas. I wonder what they are up to now.

  2. That’s a brilliant cabin. Well done! Can I ask how you managed with regard to planning with local council? Did you do a prior notification under permitted usage? I ask as I want to do something similar to you in some woodland I own

  3. nice chaps them Ben & Lewis — and a lovely cabin. Good work on teh fire place. Was just wondering why they were sleeping under hammocks when they have an entire cabin to sleep in — hahaha Excellent work on the claytechnic and use. Well done!! I'd consider addi9ng some higher chimney to the fireplace. If you get lots of sparks coming out you could easily set the roof or surroundings on fire, especially in dry summertimes. Can never be too carefull with that. Oh and at the bridge, I was thinking, if you leave those walkingbeams rounded at the top yuou can easily slip in with weather and break a leg there. I'd flatten them a bit or do something else to make it rougher and give more grip… just some thoughts… loved to watch you guys at work! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Thanks for a great visit to two new (to us) bushcraft/camp crafters! They have made a very atmospheric cabin in a beautiful bit of British woodland. The roof will look 'champion' with more mossing. And the moss will have some composted leaves to grow on as well. As for video: I loved the ancient/new technology contrast of the natural fire and the solar-powered, fan driven pellet/twig stove. Each has its time and place in our outdoor arsenal!

  5. Andy you've got to do more of these, you seem to be a good interviewer / "presenter" for this type of video. The guys were pretty relaxed with you but you managed to get lots of info out of them

  6. I knew what the owl was during your night time filming, but I had no idea what the other call was. I had to look up muntjac deer because I never heard of them before. Wow, a deer that calls out like that is crazy (whitetail deer here in Pennsylvania don't do anything like that).

    That cabin and the fireplace they have inside of it is awesome.

    Thanks for sharing the video.

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