Here are some of the things that canadians have to deal with daily. These 10 tips will help you to get through a Canadian Winter.
In this video you’ll discover essential fire lighting techniques that are simple, straightforward and reliable in cold conditions.
Some general tips and information about what goes down when things get cold. At the time of this guide, caves are still a work-in-progress.
Never be lost in the woods again.
Winter Camping Tip – Insulating Your Tent for Cold Weather. Turn your three season tent into a four season tent with this simple method.
Items you can use as toilet paper: – smooth stones – mullein leaves – these can be too soft, however, and you may poke your finger through – oak leaves – very tough – soft bark – leaves from other plants – need to be soft, pliable, tough. – water is used in Asian countries… Read more »
– Dogwood stems can be used as a chew stick or toothbrush. – Birch twigs can also be used the same way. – Without the modern sugar-based diet, you won’t need to worry about this as much – Paste of wood ashes works as toothpaste. Rinse thoroughly to avoid irritating gums. – Gargle of pine… Read more »
– moss – sphagnum moss in particular – soft hides, such as rabbit – milkweed fluff
– One approach is to accept the smell — maybe it wouldn’t matter too much, and might be a good thing. Some people don’t mind the smell too much and in any case you would smell less human with skunk odor. – Charcoal/ ash. Is masks most odors, would probably help with the skunk. –… Read more »
– Many peoples around the world made “rain capes” from reeds: try cattails, phragmites, etc. – Large pieces of bark sewn together into a hood: Birchbark, elm bark, cedar are possibilities.