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hey guys it's out in the woods today I'm gonna with scope I supposed to come down with some rain later on today but we're gonna get out for a little bit it was real buggy when I first walked in but I've had this smoky fire going for a while and the winds kicked up a little so I just been relaxing in my hammock it's pretty nice out I'm glad I came low today smokes glad to I'll probably cook an egg up in my zebra billi pot over the fire just read a book not do too much so

get apart for me Oh give me them ha ha ha comply

and yes how far still in I got a moral bushcraft black my friend Douglas sent it to me and I've been using it I like it it's probably the nicest amour I've ever used it's sturdy I think it's 1/8 thick pretty nice knife what the world honky damn phone

I just want to thank I just want to thank Layne and Mike for interrupting my video thanks guys you're a good boy scout you are a good boy there's mosquitoes getting your bud so hopefully

I'm looking for a little sapling I can take down so I'm gonna make a pot hanger while I'm able so this is a really good tree to take down because it's already surrounded by other saplings a likelihood of it growing is really not gonna be that good anyways this branch is already dead I can use this part as the hook

it's about as thick as my thumb really easy to take down so I know I want my hook to end right here and I don't need the pot hanger itself to be longer than I don't know two feet tops so I'm just going to take it off here and I'll bring this whole piece back with me to camp course go well I guess okay well don't just chew it up I need it let's go get your stick and come bring it

come on there you go you got jack'd bro way down buddy let's go Lina branch I chose already had this the other branch I was growing off of it it made this little notch and it's good but I'd like to make it a little bit more deep

and that should be plenty for a zebra pot handle

let's go can you go away from the camera bro

stoke that fire back up the mosquitos are getting crazy now we wait yeah stuffs all punked out he's gonna chip on me blue foam had all the way oh yeah nicely done I'm gonna grub should go this yoke it's like perfectly done nice do with that the only thing is it is it does get stuck a bit to the bottom and if you're on a long trip and you were doing this bring a scouring pad or something to get it out because he'll go funky on you but if it's just a day thing like now it's no big deal wash it when I get home call her good oh man

that's where it's at something you can do is pour the hot water back into it and scrub it out a bit with your spoon or in this case my eating stick just scour it a little bit whatever it's no big deal

my water's still super hot in the in the cooler months I would normally use that water to make a tea or hot chocolate or whatnot but even though it's a nice cool day for summer it's still summer and I really don't want to have anything to drink

that's it for today guys let's go ed and I are gonna head out now but over here for like five hours got some responsibilities that hold my fame thanks for watching I'll see you in the next one you


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Joe is a very talented bushcrafter. He has a "straight" approach to bushcraft life-style. His videos reach a very high quality, both for the shootings and for the content. He took part on the History Channel show "Alone"

You can find all his videos on his YouTube channel.

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