Day in the Tent || Four-Season Winter Tent Camping

Day in the Tent || Four-Season Winter Tent Camping

We slept in our friend Brian’s four
season tent last night. He moved into a cabin yesterday so he’s letting us stay here for a couple days if we want to. We woke up probably every hour at least
through the night. Got very little to no sleep. What keeps a four season tent warm
in the winter is a wood stove and in order to keep the wood stove going you
got to put wood in the freakin stove. There’s probably a method to the madness
but I don’t know what that is. We woke up at the butt crack of dawn
and now we’re just awake so I’m gonna make some tea
and some toast and start my day. I gotta chop a lot of wood today so..
survival PB&J. It only took about 2 hours by we’re currently at like 83/84
degrees in here . So last night we ran out wood which sucked because it got cold. So
today I’m gonna process all the wood that we have here and then I might go
find another dead standing tree to take down. Are you real?!?! This is gonna be our dinner
it’s some rice mixed with kimchi that one of our friends made for us. and then Kamp’s food is some sardines,
oats, olive oil, black beans, carrots, kale. I make his food every night. Okay. Good boy. so we’re going to town to get some work
done. We didn’t have much Sun today so our battery is pretty low so we’re
gonna run into town and use some town battery. That’s what’s great about this
goal zero battery is that it connects right to the standard carport thing. It’s goin high. Sweet, so now
we’ll be collecting energy as we drive into town. Hop up. Hop up. Hop up. Come on! Hop up! Hop up!! Hi little bird. Hello. Hello Internet!!!! We slept in the Scamp last night because
that tent is freakin cold if you don’t do it right. This stuff is called fat wood. It has all kinds of sap stuck in it. It’s super sticky that’s
why everything’s stuck to it but it burns really really really well. We got a bunch of coals
in there from last night. What we’re trying to do with this stove
is bring all the coals and all the fire to the very front because this is where the air comes from
is this very center two holes right here. And then the rest of it goes up
and out the chimney. Making (organic) cookies for breakfast. 😀 Oh yeah, now it’s REALLY goin. Barron! I feel like he’s happier here than
anywhere I’ve ever seen him. I just finished braiding my hair and
Barron insisted that we match so I’m gonna braid his hair. That’s a good look the way it is! It’s not warm right now, he’s not gonna burn himself. He really loves this stove. The final result. So pretty. Heyyyyyyyyyyyy Lets take a moment to release
any unwanted tension you can do this by rolling
out your neck in a circular motion. It’s Thanksgiving today so we’re leaving
the tent. Leaving the tent. Look at this black vest Now look what I’m wearing. Sick braids and a nice black vest. when we spend so much time together
I feel like we naturally just evolve into one style. It’s kinda like five people that you surround yourself
with most you become a mixture of. You can just call me Barron. You can call me Princess Elsa.

86 thoughts on “Day in the Tent || Four-Season Winter Tent Camping

  1. When you get a nice fire going with a good bed of coals
    You can get 3-5 hours between re fills, Here is how:
    Stuff the stove with the biggest roundest wood junks you can find.
    Bigger wood burns much slower, and lets you get through the night with only having to get up to tend the stove once during the night

  2. Felt like I was camping with you guys. Life should be even keeled, not like those reality shows. You guys are real, and don't forget to feed beautiful pooch, and treat him with some meat. Stay safe and healthy.

  3. Really cool vid guys fantastic scenery great to see you look after the dogs diet well my springers favourite tea is pilchards carrots and brockerly lookin forward to seein more all the best

  4. Body heat.. Hey naked and share a sleeping bag…pop a wood… But you woul be warmer… So when do you guys go back to reality…grown up world? How's long do you guys plan on living this way… Hey I wouldn't mind taking a few weeks of and bring off the grid….

  5. I have been contemplating getting a small camper and have come to the conclusion that the Scamp 13 would be the best option. In my research I ran across your videos. They are great! I really enjoy them. In watching Barron struggle with cutting firewood though, I have a suggestion for him. This is coming from someone who has cut firewood and heated their home with it for many years. Saws work much better at crosscutting a log than an axe. Due to space I would recommend getting a folding bow saw. It would take up very little space. Another option would be the Bahco folding saw. This is more of a pocket saw. I carry one of these backpacking. Again, love the videos, happy adventures.

  6. You have to control the amount of air going into the wood stove and going up the chimney. If you turn down the air in and out and stoke it good at night you can get the stove to go for at least 6-8 hours. You want a slow burn

  7. Animals love radiant heat, like how they find a sunny spot by a window. Kamp was so darling by the stove<3 Would you ever do a quickie video about being a couple on the road? Not like do we fight, that's boring. I am thinking tips on a healthy travel relationship in a small space. I have seen some, but I want to see John Snow & Princess Elsa…

  8. Amazing job on the video. Thanks for sharing such a beautiful area.
    Also love your editing skills and what you did with your channel.
    You have my subscription would love to have your support as well.

    Thanks again
    ATB Joe

  9. Collect some of that small brush you have around camp and put it in your tent so you can have something to ignite quickly and it will stay dry

  10. Love how sweet you treat your dog. Such a cute Lil pup. I've lived in your shoes. Perfect. Gotta live somewhere right?

  11. key to long burns in a stove after you've developed a coal bed,1-2 big, DRY log, split is best….and close down the air intake to stove, restricting oxygen….will burn slower

  12. I’m assuming that you took the bones out of his sardines and Wouldn’t it be weird if they had a really big trailer the channel would be so much different

  13. Your cooking makes my mouth water and I’m not even that much into health food. I’ve been binging on your videos. You are an amazing diversified artist, interesting, and brilliant!!!

  14. Doggo looks like he is uncomfortable most of the time, struggling to get warm enough, as if he needs a body suit. I wonder if you are doing what's best for him, or if he's just tolerating it all…

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