Bushcraft UNBOXING: Tools & Review of Survival / Outdoor Living Books

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Want to see this bushcraft unboxing series from the start? Here’s the first episode.

I took a great deal of pleasure in producing this bushcraft unboxing video for two reasons.

Reason one: I simply could not wait to get my hands on the tools I ordered and have the pleasure of feeling them in my hands for the first time.

Hopefully you get a kick out of watching me turn into a little kid after my package arrives.

Reason two: this is a second big wave of excitement for me discovery-wise.

What does that mean?

Well, we often go through periods in our lives where we discover new passions.

Once we tap into those passions, they sometimes have a way of consuming our thoughts throughout most of the day.

These days, I’m completely enamored with bushcraft as it’ll play a huge part in my day to day life after we move into our tiny home.

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The last time I was this enamored with a new passion was when I discovered the art of direct response copywriting which tapped into my existing love of writing.

I was (admittedly) ordering just a few too many books from Amazon and being a little wiser now, this bushcraft unboxing video actually features library books, which is part of my new process for book selection.

I now rent as many as eight books on a subject and pick which ones have the most valuable content and staying power and order those.

If you don’t have the benefit of having a library system as great as Toronto’s, I’m confident you’ll find this bushcraft unboxing video very beneficial.

Not to leave you hanging, here are the books that were featured in the video:

The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking in the Wild

Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care

How To Eat In the Woods

The SAS Survival Handbook

Cloudburst

The Ultimate Bushcraft Survival Manual

Grow It!

At one point in the unboxing video, I start talking about a gentleman who lived alone in the Alaskan wilderness and was known as a cautious outdoorsman.

That man’s name is Dick Proenneke and you can start learning more about his exploits here:

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