Solo Overnight Winter Survival, Tarp, Knife, Rope | ASMR (Silent)

This adventure will be about making due with minimal survival gear. I am trying to remove as much of the snow as possible. When snow warms from the fire, it will create moisture. Moisture is bad, especially in the winter. Water take heat away 100 times faster than air, which can quickly lead to hypothermia. I’m looking for a straight dead tree to help with a shelter. This will be used to hold up the tarp. The ridge pole for a simple shelter. My cheap supplies. Tarp, rope, inexpensive cutter. Lean-to structures are quick and easy to make. But it is very difficult to construct them out of natural materials so they are waterproof. This tarp was too small to be effective, but it will have to do. Pulling out the tarp to make an overhang. The bottom of the tarp keeps slipping out, so I will use this to hold it tight. You can see how the tarp is too short. This snow will pack down and hold it. Spruce bows make a great bedding material. It doesn’t take long to gather a good pile of material. It does take a while though, to get a couple of inches of loft to protect from the cold. Dead grass found nearby will help produce more loft. Nice and comfy! Cotton tail rabbits are nocturnal and don’t change color in the winter. It is easy to spot their pellets. This is an effective way to break branches into firewood sized pieces. I’m going to make a big fire since I need the coals for cooking. A saw or axe is a very valuable tool in survival. I wonder how primitive people collected their fire wood without any tools! The creek is only partially frozen. Removing the first bit of muddy water. Stringing the rabbit up like this will cook it slow and prevent it from drying out. The fire dies out quickly as the coals get wet from below. It may not seem like a lot of work, but so far, it’s been non-stop to get here. The meat will be cooked when it is firm to the touch. The meat is quite good.

100 thoughts on “Solo Overnight Winter Survival, Tarp, Knife, Rope | ASMR (Silent)

  1. The time he puts into these videos is crazy. I feel like we take it for granted. Think about it, he has to set up the camera for every single different shot. And there are hundreds of shots each video. Then he edits them all together

  2. White people cannot cook. I would have boil the rabbit with skin on and eat good. The rabbit must taste like rubber. What a waste of meat.

  3. For some reason, I found it hilarious that the hare kept flipping upside down and right side up when the camera was changing from inside the shelter to outside the shelter.

  4. why are u silent it doesnt fit with your personality i enjoy this when u talk mayube u tired of talking to much but keep the good work

  5. Not a fan of the silent video. Hope this isn't how you are doing things now. I enjoy the commentary/ dialog. You no talkie, me no

  6. if you put your log in the fork of a tree, it makes it easier to break because you have more leverage than how you did. That way you can break off shorter pieces that are easier to put in the fire and keep your fire focused in a smaller area so you don't use so much wood.

  7. This is for anyone who knows more than me, I was born and raised in alaska but sadly moved to texas when I was 8 so my memory is kind of unclear but is their a proper way when hunting to tell if the animals wasnt infected or anything? I mean clearly rabies would be foaming at mouth but say the critter had worms or such.

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  9. Nice! Critter looked tasty! When you Doug the water hole out, were you scooping out the dirty water and letting it refill with clean water?

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    New 'talking videos' starting next week for our 6-day Survival Challenge out of the Cabin – Homestead Edition!

  11. Pretty bad when all you got is some blue plastic in the snow. Seems like at least they'd make green plastic as cheap.

  12. Excellent video Chris thanks for sharing something to learn for the new comers nice video ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

  13. I do actually think calling this survival is correct. Just because you're not starving or isn't in any imminent danger, doesn't mean you're not doing what it takes to survive. This video is informative! It shows what you Should be doing to survive in the wild.

  14. While I'm not the biggest fan of these videos, they arent that bad, it is nice at night to watch before bed. To the people complaining hes allowed to do and try different things.. he still puts a ton of content out. There is a silent video crowd out there.

  15. Really enjoyed this episode. Yes have courtney on more. Thanks for all you teach to young men and women. It's great

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  17. Hey dude I couldnโ€™t find where to send you a PM on my phone. Wanted to find out how much that solar airator goes for you got for you pond. Considering my own much smaller scale project think it would be perfect. Information or a hook up for the guy that makes it lemme know! Cheers!

  18. you may have snow but do you have EXTREAM WINDS UP TO 20 MPH EVERY SECOND OF THE NIGHT

    (edit:)okay i might have overreacted but 14 is alot!

  19. I love your content, my friend, but I'm just not into the whole ASMR thing. I know you do this to reach more viewers (people that watch and are into ASMR content), but the main reason why I and alot of other people watch your content is for that interaction that we usually have, when you talk in your videos (mostly when you explain how things are done). I like feeling involved and addressed in what you do. Anyways, keep up the good work!

  20. Nice job showing everybody that when it comes to making fire, cutting tools are merely a convenience and not necessary. ๐Ÿ˜„ my wife says, "What no Wadobo spice?" ๐Ÿ˜„. Great video.

  21. the most likely reason that you're stuck in the woods because you're sick or hurt. That can easily mean that you can't build a shelter or start/maintain a fire. So you'd best have shelter/sleep/fire gear on you, so that you can just get inside of it and curl up, having called for help on your rental satellite phone. The latter are so cheap these days that you are out of your mind to be out there alone without one.

  22. Please stop the ASMR vids. Your videos are great the way they are plus I like the commentating. This is just my opinion.

  23. Does anybody else here eat tasty jerky or any other meat while watching him eat he's wild food? It's extremely satisfying!

  24. My God, I haven't come to the oil pipe to watch your video for a while. I've been paying attention to you for three years. I've always felt that it's very hard for you to shoot. I spent many times in the hot or humid rainforest. I'm very worried about your health. I'm very happy that you've been updating the video in recent years. Good luck and love you!

  25. What.? No evening scenes? How many yards or meters or whatever were you away from your car or house or cabin? Just trying to understand the content vs the context of the title. Not attempting to be mean, I still enjoy 98% of your videos.

  26. Haha! Just realized this is the "hobo camp" you pilfered the bedding from in one of your other videos. I thought that was mean of you but now I get it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. Absolutely LOVED this Video. Loved the Silent aspect, I could almost smell the fire through the crackling of the embers. Well roasted Rabbit as well. You EARNED a Subscriber. Thank you.

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