3 days solo bushcraft – canvas tent, cooking on hot stone, adjustable pot hanger
3 days alone on an uninhabited island in Denmark. Open the full video description for more information.
Location: Denmark - previous viking country. Lot of small sea, Islands and hardwood forrest. A lot of people in Denmark so limited how remote it gets. A lot of birds and deer. No bears or anything else dangerous for campers. If you want to do the same in Denmark do you need to be the owner or get the owners permission or only use the public camping areas.
Consuming: Water, chaga tea, larch tea and blackthorn berries juice/tea. Bread, tomato, onion, cheese. Cow. Wood ears.
Most asked questions:
1. Isn"t you too close to the water?
No. The seaweed line tells you how high the water usually comes in storms. If you stay above that line and no unusually storms are coming, will you be just fine. This is just a relative small sea.
2. Why not make camp inside the forrest that provides more shelter?
I usually do - but I wanted this kind of view for a change.
3. Is it safe to light a fire inside the tent?
Yes. The tent is far from air tight and this type of tent (lavvu) is made for using open fire or wood stove inside.
4. How did you get to the island?
Just hiking in the sea doing low tide, about one hour hiking (you see it breathily in the beginning of the video).
Some of the gear used in the video:
1. Sweater = unknown.
2. waffle iron = unknown.
3. Pants = made by "Ridgeline"
4. Tent = made by "Tschum" 2p soswa
5. Boots = made by "Redback" original boots
6. Backpack = made by "Fjallraven" Kajka 65L
7. Sharpening stone = made by "Gransfors Bruks"
8. pot = made by "Pathfinder" bushpot 2 liters.
9. Gaiters = homemade
Video gear: Nikon D7000, Nikon 50 1.8, Røde videomacro, iMovie.