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Primitive Technology: My hut burned down, so I constructed brand-new one – Building a hut from scratch.
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Me constructing the hut, prior to it burned down: https://youtube.com/watch?v=Ka2Eu6LxAKo&list=PLGnWLXjIDnpBBsdKZb-vy30o88SIxItp2
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My hut burned down after I left a fire untended in it. I required a brand-new one rapidly. I had actually currently cleared a brand-new area previously in the damp season for such a function. I built the brand-new hut from wood and palm thatch. It was 3 x 3m in layout and an overall of 3m high with 1.5 m high side walls. 4 posts were put into the ground and a pyramidal roofing was developed. The frame was then thatched with palm leaves (which are less combustible than yard thatch however do not tend to last as long in damp weather condition). After ending up the hut I gathered the belongings from the last hut and moved them into the brand-new one. Yams from the garden were collected however there weren’t numerous due to the soil being low and compressed in raw material. A yam was prepared by covering it in clay and baking it in the cinders for 30 minutes. Now I have a bigger hut where I can continue to make jobs regardless of the small set back that has actually simply happened.
About Primitive Technology:
Primitive innovation is a pastime where you develop things in the wild entirely from scratch utilizing no modern-day tools or products. These are the rigorous guidelines: If you desire a fire, utilize a fire stick – An axe, get a stone and shape it – A hut, develop one from trees, mud, rocks and so on. The obstacle is seeing how far you can go without using contemporary innovation. I do not reside in the wild, however take pleasure in developing shelter, tools, and more, just using natural products. To discover particular videos, visit my playlist tab for structure videos concentrated on pyrotechnology, shelter, weapons, food &farming, makers &tools, and weaving &fiber.
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