Finally the OneTigris DOUBLE hammock underquilt arrived. With the cold season knocking at the door I was eager to get out and test the under quilt on my Hennessy hammock before the snow flies. Getting things dialed in before snow camping is always a good idea. This is the second
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Clearly I enjoy punishing myself. A great way to do this is to take a mountain bicycle for a walk up a mountain... you could take your dog but riding your dog downhill may not be as fun.
For years I have considered purchasing an underquilt for my Hennessy hammock expeditions. Unfortunately good cold weather underquilts just seemed so ridiculously priced. I've been using my trusty lightweight Thermarest sleeping pad in my Hennessy for several years now and have been quite satisfied. Recently I stumbled upon the OneTigris
So here I am on a little weekend excursion trying out a new sleep system combining my bivy sack and the Big Agnes Air Core Ultra. Given the terrain on this trip and the fact that I had decided to make the summit with my mountain bike I had to
Well here it is, finally an update. If you have been wondering what happened to me and the cabin build watch the video below for a full explanation. For now all I can say is sometimes you make bad decisions, the trick is knowing when to exit your bad decision.
I have had many questions on my Chicken hoop house and folks seem to be interested in how the chickens fared through Winter. This Winter the coldest temperature I saw was -17 degrees, with regular temps in the single digits and teens. In This video, I answer some of the
Most of 2016 was trying to say the least. As I explain in this video between the stress of trying to get a roof over our heads and a dysfunctional relationship making videos and documenting my cabin build did not go as planned. I know this video is not ideal
Here you can see how I haul water during Winter. Living off the grid with no typical plumbing or water supply has it's challenges. Going forward I would like to have a well drilled. Obviously securing your own source of clean drinking water is the only way to go.
Here you can see me moving the last two logs required for the walls. Wall height is approximately 8 feet. The next step in this log cabin build will be the roof.
Winter is over and its time to fire the old scribe and get going... only six more months and we shall be seeing snow again. Hopefully this time we can watch the snowflakes from the inside of our cozy little off grid cabin. In this video I scribe the first