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3 DAY WINTER WILDERNESS TRIP at the LEAN TO BUSHCRAFT SURVIVAL SHELTER BASE CAMP

I spent 3 days camping in about a foot of snow at the lean to base camp. I also finished off the back wall for the second lean to using a tarp and pine bows. My food consisted of chicken, steak, broccoli and cheddar rice, eggs, oat meal, power bars, dehydrated apples, bananas, and oranges. After getting the tarp covered in pine bows to help catch snow and provide camouflage I move the front wall of the lean to the right side of the new shelter. As far as weather is concerned I got some light snow during the first night, and consistent rains during the second. The days where pretty decent as I just got some random light snow and sunshine.

The first day consisted of digging out snow, gather and processing firewood with my folding saw as well as uncover the fire pit where it had been built previously. It’s not until day 2 that I start on finishing off the second shelter, and day three for moving the front over to the new lean to. The fire pit was shifted about 2 feet to the right of it’s previous location so that it will be centered between the two front walls.

I have also done a little preparation for the next trip by stocking the second shelter with wood. Currently the shelter acts as a storage location, giving me more room inside the initial lean to. I gathered a few pine logs before I left so that I can start on the side walls during the next adventure to the base camp!

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