Bushcraft Estland video thread

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Mar 20, 2020
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Heya!

I hope the mods are okay with this, I don't want to scatter multiple subforums with videos, so I decided to do one video thread here, where I'll post any new content we do.
Basically we decided to start making videos for ourselves and to everybody who would be interested. It all started with a short movie that went around Estona to illustrate small exhibition about 12000 years of natural living on our territory (the short movie is also on our channel).
As it came out pretty okay (it was first ever movie project for me- filming and editing) we decided to start a Youtube channel to demonstrate all that falls under bushcraft, survival, wilderness living etc. category. As everybody who appears in those videos are also well-known bushcraft trainers and Buscraft Festival Estland organizers, they can use the videos in their lectures aswell.
I really hope my thread won't go against the rules, if it does let me know!
I'll only update this thread when a video is uploaded, but feel free to contribute with questions and suggestions!


Here's our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEU4BeOq--M8KuVURepd67A
 
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I'll start the thread with the first video we made- Man in the Woods. The idea was to show mans journey throughout the year in the forests of Estonia, from fishing to setting up teepee. The video was on a exhibition in Folk Art Gallery in Tallinn and will travel through Estonia in more exhibitions when this virus panic will pass.

Man in the Woods- 12000 years of natural living
Excellent video.
Keith.
 

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Before this Covid-19, in january, I was thinking about a walking trip along the coast in Estonia. One idea was to take train to Kloogaranna and walk the beach to Lohusalu harbor.
 
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Before this Covid-19, in january, I was thinking about a walking trip along the coast in Estonia. One idea was to take train to Kloogaranna and walk the beach to Lohusalu harbor.
I'm not too familiar with that area,but I can recommend trip from Kaberneeme to Loksa- lot of beautiful sceneries and interesting old soviet submarine base in Hara.
Moving more to east, Käsmu peninsula to Vergi is another great spot in Lahemaa national park.