A Bushcraft Bamboo Tiny House

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Sturdy and columnar, bamboos are great materials to build a survival shelter. If you have a sharp, reliable machete and a paracord grenade, you can make a fairly decent shelter from bamboos. Plus, you don’t need nails to join them together, which is quite convenient. In this post are a few tips on how to build a four-walled bamboo house in the wild.
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Blackbeard says:

You are with bamboo the same way Jamie Hyneman is with duct tape. lol

Andrew Wilkinson says:

you had to cut down a few bamboo trees lol

Troop 425 -Assistant Scoutmaster says:

awesome job! Very instructive and interesting.

TheQueersOutdoors says:

are you from the us? If so, whn did bamboo grow there

nakedfaves says:

+NorthernOutdoors

Maybe not as big as these stalks (which are as wide around as a hamburger patty), but there are a number of sections of bamboo forest in various areas of other states (where the pieces are as wide around as a hot dog).

There are some bamboo forest areas in NJ where the stalks are only as wide around as a hot dog……………..but hey bamboo is bamboo. I don’t know if you could make some of these things with pieces that are so narrow in circumference, but you could still use it to make some things.

Of course, with thinner bamboo you’d need more stalks to build something but then thinner stalks might be stronger so you’d be able to build sturdier shelters without tearing the bamboo to pieces anywhere near as much (for example, your bed could be pieces that are round instead of flat).

With thinner stalks of bamboo you’d need a bed of pine branches or something to take away the rough edges of the nodes that are every couple of feet in a stalk of bamboo, but you’d spend a lot less time tearing stalks of bamboo into different shapes.

Elias AQUIAR SANTOS says:

i come here for the bamboo shelter, but your intro…

SOurMoose237 says:

+Elias AQUIAR SANTOS Run away with me

Jean Selfish says:

burning the plastic packaging is not the most environmentally friendly thing to do…

welderboy14 says:

+Jean Selfish Aww muffin 🙁

Demoter says:

It has been a long time since I have seen this video, but it still remains the same perfect, informative video that it has always been.

Nicolas Allaire says:

Nice vid??but i dont Like your music

Cory Boyd says:

love that you take your dog camping with you. did you train him to stay with you?

Rikard Nilsson says:

I’d just like to say what my shop-teacher always told me: “you’ve paid for the whole sawblade not just the part in the middle”

Josephine Young says:

Nice , why don’t u make a bamboo walking stick id like to see that??

Noah Levenstein says:

It was nice until you threw that plastic bags in fire still just a kid without enough manners towards nature.

Anhtuan Trinh says:

You should’ve made chop sticks to eat your noodles with…

Hannes Toräng says:

Come for the title, stay for the intro

Backyard Arsenal says:

we dont habe bamboo in germany x,C

Mr.Ocote says:

+Hakenhand Röhle yes, in germany havent bamboo, but have too much nazis 😀

Backyard Arsenal says:

+Mr.Ocote well, its incredible, but there are 23% voting for right-wing extremism and the USA got Trump 😀

Backyard Arsenal says:

+Hakenhand Röhle *in france

Mr.Ocote says:

hmm interesting, but im from argentina mate :P, hacke mate señor aleman :v

Cherrybelle Love says:

What is the brand of noodle that you ate? 😉

UpsideDown Aquatics says:

I just wanna know where you live… With bamboo and pine trees

Kevin Jenkins says:

+UpsideDown Aquatics The American south.

Alaycı Oyun says:

Helal sana jojuk 🙂

Hariz Fadilah says:

This video must’ve been shot in 4K

Joseph English says:

Great video. I live in middle Tennessee. I have never seen bamboo that big around here. I look forward to your videos. I am Native American. You are a really good Spirit. Keep it up. Always keep that beautiful connection that you have to the Earth Mother.

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