The Winter Cabin Ice Storm - Multiday Adventure

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  • Published on Jan 23, 2019
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    In this adventure Luke converts the old shed which is on Lone Wolf Mountain into a winter cabin as an Ice Storm moves into the area.
    In this adventure;
    an Ice Storm,
    a make-shift cabin,
    falling trees,
    some good food,
    a huge buck,
    and more.
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  • TheOutdoorGearReview
    TheOutdoorGearReview  7 months ago +169

    It's here everyone, I hope that you enjoy it!
    BTW, I'll be hitting the road trail...I mean road again soon for the next adventure!
    Stay Tuned!
    - Luke

    • Mountain Rock
      Mountain Rock Month ago

      What was that at 35.30 ??

    • Vera Smith
      Vera Smith Month ago +1

      Those emergency blankets for the walls would help.
      Just staple to the walls.
      Only cost $1 at the dollar stores.

    • Geraldine Fields
      Geraldine Fields 2 months ago +1

      Luke Would setting up a tent temporarily inside the cabin be a good idea for you to keep dry and warm and also keep the spiders away from you?

    • Eugene Motes
      Eugene Motes 5 months ago +1

      These videos are Absolutely Peaceful.
      👍s up to the TheOutdoorGearReview.

    • seoulkidd1
      seoulkidd1 6 months ago

      What type of cookware are you using?

  • Karl Elliott
    Karl Elliott Hour ago

    It’s 94 degrees outside and my feet are getting cold watching. That shed is so fresh the blood on the end is still red. You went to poo and he saw you and scared the poo outta him and he knocked that antler off getting away. That’s a great old stove well worth restoring. You could get an old tin burner or cheap used Ashley for the shelter, put up a proper pipe with a large square metal in the wall. Cardboard, felt paper, roofing nails and you can have a sauna. Then put some flat stones floor and sand in the cracks and we might not call it camping and it would hardly take any wood. Call it the Wolf Mountain Shanty. Keep up the great videos please.

  • jim xiong
    jim xiong 5 hours ago

    Asian just squats. Lol

  • joe842010
    joe842010 19 hours ago

    The movie is predator. the first one. Loved it.

  • SF Bogacki
    SF Bogacki 21 hour ago

    Did you know if you get the right size cast iron skillet it will fit in the hole in the top of your wood stove for cooking

  • felix lab
    felix lab Day ago

    running man

  • THORson
    THORson Day ago

    Just add some siding and a door.
    Then in after a few years build a new and use this for wood and tool storage.

  • Anlushac11
    Anlushac11 2 days ago

    Ol painless Jessie Ventura in Predator.

  • Anlushac11
    Anlushac11 2 days ago

    Im sorry...spiders dangling in my face and deal with it? Nope. Burn the shed down, kill any survivors, build a lean to.

  • Paul cook 68
    Paul cook 68 2 days ago

    That's some beautiful land you have there. I would probably use that for a wood shed, and build a cozy 12×16 cabin or bigger. I would so enjoy some property like that. It's your sanctuary, use it. Great video.

  • Christopher Johnson
    Christopher Johnson 3 days ago

    Tarpaper the outside, plastic the inside. Floor it, then put an out house by it.

  • RAFFA ELLE
    RAFFA ELLE 3 days ago +1

    THIS IS BORING KIND OF CAMPING HIS NOT SHOWING MUCH OF THE SURROUNDING

  • Mary Wilson
    Mary Wilson 3 days ago

    You get way more light if you hang the kerosene lamps up off the ground.

  • Mike Spencer
    Mike Spencer 3 days ago +1

    Ah cool you have something you can do like that keep the out side looking rustic. But for the inside if want cheap just get some eyelet screws go to an army Navy surplus store and buy the canvas armory tarps and hang for walls. Build a box or a cover of sorts just outside of cabin for extra 🔥 wood. And you'll still fill like your roughing it a bit. Good vid by the way

  • Joseph Land
    Joseph Land 3 days ago

    New cabin could be nice. But fixing the original property with proper door and duct work would be pretty cool too.

  • sheree waddell
    sheree waddell 3 days ago

    Loved it

  • Joseph Saetveit
    Joseph Saetveit 4 days ago

    A totally different kind of adventure! Pioneering in that great old shed with that awesome wood stove is so cool! Great dinner recipe too! Love the rain on the tin roof!

  • Atholl McNicoll
    Atholl McNicoll 4 days ago

    Well Suzie that girls night out you expected to be on I reckon ain't gonna happen because the weather has beaten the old man yet again - maybe next time Huh? Cheers Luke!

  • Leighan Craine
    Leighan Craine 6 days ago +3

    THIS WAS SUCJ A GREAT VIDEO!! ID LOVE TO HAVE A SHED LIKE THAT. SO GREAT !! THANKS SO MUCH. GOD BLESS YOU!!!

  • KJ
    KJ 6 days ago

    Just seeing this vid, so late comment. Black and yellow locust is some of the best wood to burn in a stove in my opinion. Always burns hot and makes good coals. Got a new subscriber.

  • Frank Axiak
    Frank Axiak 7 days ago

    Cheers Luke, cheers. Yuengling is a fantastic mountain beer. Love the cabin in the woods.

  • Drex Cote
    Drex Cote 7 days ago

    Baller.

  • MountainDroobie
    MountainDroobie 7 days ago

    Haha. Brewing good times since 1829. Hello from Pennsylvania!

  • Sully Sullivan
    Sully Sullivan 8 days ago

    The sexual Tyrannosaurus is from the film predator. Just found your channel and loving your videos. Respects from the uk.

  • Mark Harris
    Mark Harris 8 days ago

    No no not Yuengling it has to be double malt or Coors. Predator.

  • Ken Shores
    Ken Shores 9 days ago

    You could have made it. You could have worked the damp wood in with dry.

  • Donnie V.
    Donnie V. 9 days ago

    You should do more videos in the wood shed ~.o

  • chris c
    chris c 10 days ago

    Build you an off-the-grid cabin

  • Γιωργος Βανικιωτης2

    Great video my friend as always.I m watching your video and im learning alot.I think you soud close this campune with a door.And put plastik to the walls so i ts going to be warm.Thank ypu.Yioryos from Greece

  • Jennifer Hinkle
    Jennifer Hinkle 10 days ago

    It's actually called a buck rub! And it's a antler (single) not antlers (plural) I guess not everybody is hunters!lol

  • Eric Nay
    Eric Nay 10 days ago

    Nice
    Though I would have put the vertical riser on the inside ...added the 90 just below the door opening and the second riser to that. This way you accomplish two things ..1) riser transfers more heat to the shed, and would have easier access to the flue damper 2) condinsation doesn't build up.
    But all in all pretty cool.

  • The Watchman
    The Watchman 11 days ago

    Some slats to cover the planking gaps, insulate the inside walls with cardboard inside plastic bags, and make some bench seating and hey!...like a Las Vegas suite

  • Barney Fike
    Barney Fike 11 days ago

    The ice reminds me of the storms we had when growing up in Virginia. Not hot enough to rain, conditions not right for snow. We got ice and a couple days of "no electric" as the trees and the ice would bring down the power lines. We stayed warm by staying in the den with the fireplace. We had our camping gear to help us out so the Coleman appliances were very handy. You still froze your ass off when going to the bathroom but some things you just had to bite the bullet on. The small bathroom was closest. It felt warmer just by having a few candles lit. Don’t know how that works but the room just felt warmer. Mind over matter? Just don’t know. Any ideas?

  • Mark C
    Mark C 11 days ago

    Love the Predator quote

  • Shaun Reed
    Shaun Reed 12 days ago

    Great video!!!

  • mike jones
    mike jones 12 days ago

    Yea the popping of a icy tree. Good thing it wasn't windy you been in deep tree branches. Great video. Recommend just boarding up the wall and plugging a few holes with the rough cut lumber available. Looks fun. Stay safe.

  • Nick Hardy
    Nick Hardy 14 days ago

    Anything to make a video. Kind of pointless.

  • digimortal401
    digimortal401 14 days ago +1

    MORE CABIN!!!

  • dillryan
    dillryan 14 days ago

    Liked the vid:)

  • Joe Smith
    Joe Smith 15 days ago

    Literally could’ve been a 5 min video without all the talking.

  • Steve
    Steve 16 days ago +2

    Awesome video...great personality. And great antler find...that's a really nice one! God provides friend.
    Put a Bible in that rucsack and begin to read in The Gospel of John when you're out there. You won't be dissapointed!🙂

  • Ronny Ribs
    Ronny Ribs 16 days ago

    I just don't get why nasty people would put thumbs down to this pleasant, harmless video, all he is doing is spending time alone in a cabin in the woods, what is so offensive and bad about that??.658 pathetic weirdos.

  • Travis N.
    Travis N. 17 days ago

    Wus

  • deadfall
    deadfall 19 days ago

    A

  • Isaiah Johnston
    Isaiah Johnston 19 days ago

    Yeah time for u to go home. Cause it's to icy. ❄😆

  • carmine redd
    carmine redd 20 days ago

    if you could carry in 50 more of those roofing sheets and a deep freezer to sleep in and a tarp for the ceiling to hang it from corner rings , maybe bring in some magnets and cfl or led lightbulbs for free light , and build an alcove to the left side where you had your stove and build a rammed earth lean-to to sleep out of the wind in . $300 could make that shed into a weatherproof haven , a stainless steel propane BBQ grille hauled up and dig a cave for a grizzly bear to hibernate in for a heat source _ T4S _

  • AngeliqueKaga
    AngeliqueKaga 21 day ago

    What about all of the cracks between the boards Luke?

  • Geir Balderson
    Geir Balderson 21 day ago

    Rig a simple tent net over your bed at night and it keeps out the spiders,

  • Robyn Doby
    Robyn Doby 21 day ago

    Hey Luke that's how me and my brother camped when we were younger we had a old chicken pen in the woods on our farm we made a chimney out of big river rocks and mud probably wasn't safe but we are still here have a wonderful weekend

  • Bobbie Hall
    Bobbie Hall 23 days ago

    I heard sleeping naked keeps you warmer. Do you think so?

  • jonkwilloughby
    jonkwilloughby 23 days ago

    Fun!!

  • Ralph Payton
    Ralph Payton 23 days ago

    Aw that’s too bad. Would like to see a true bug out MUST STAY 72hr no matter what test. It’s too easy when you can just go home.

  • Derek Scott
    Derek Scott 23 days ago

    Luke: This is one of my favorite videos. Could you update your followers if you plan to build that shelter out more like you mention in the video? I am a backpacker myself and really appreciate the wide range of scenarios you share with us. I feel like having that small shelter built out for snow storms would be great for the channel. Just hoping you’d share if you plan on doing anything else with it. #strength&honor

  • Bm savagewagon
    Bm savagewagon 24 days ago +1

    This is livin brotha👍👍👍

  • Happy Dace
    Happy Dace 24 days ago +1

    Was it awesome ? 😂

  • Ronald Greubel
    Ronald Greubel 24 days ago

    New subcriber i have watched alot of your videos and this hands down has to be my favorite when we goona get another video of of this motel

  • Kenneth Cruise
    Kenneth Cruise 24 days ago +4

    New cabin , no doubt . Old shed for wood storage and processing .

  • Jonno's MAD World
    Jonno's MAD World 25 days ago +3

    The Predator, bonus points for naming Jesse Ventura? Love your vids, you've got such a positive attitude!

  • TRU MAN
    TRU MAN 25 days ago +1

    Time to do it? Are you not even going to buy me dinner first?

  • Jan Garber
    Jan Garber 26 days ago +1

    That Chunky chicken corn chowder is my favorite heat & eat soup along with cream of tomato. I usually put just a little onion powder in the corn chowder. It sort of reminds me of my Mom's cream of potato soup she made when I was a kid.