Rich Allfieldnohit: Thanks for the vid. I almost always end up on or by the NCT whether it be
SE Ohio or multiple spots in PA. All within 3 hrs of me. Makes it nice.
jerry sowards: I love my Stanley cook pot
UncleMilton: Yes, I was eating GV oatmeal when I watched this video.
Jess ica: I dig the bible reading :)
oushadow: Did you know that you can eat the oatmeal right out of the packet? On
Quaker Oatmeal packets there's actually a fill line.
Living Survival: Where was your starting point for this camp? Are campfires allowed anywhere
on the trail? Camping?
Bryan Robinson Van Devender: The other dude is chopping down a tree?!
WoogooWorks: Love these videos !! Thanks ! However, a common misconception is that
pristine snow is "sterile". Aside from the actual term meaning a level of
purification where EVERYTHING is dead including viruses, there are TONS of
bacteria floating around in the clouds and upper atmosphere from which snow
and rain comes from. For instance, you can be very far from a city, but
wind from china or another industrial zone carries heavy metals and
bacteria from another country ! Boil your water for several minutes.
Jimmy Green: I enjoyed the video, don't get out much these days so nice of you to share
Gods country! Really thankfull for the lack of profanity and to know some
still value Gods word! Thanks! (:-)) God bless ya real good!
Craig Kidney: DAVID!!!! I live in SW Michigan and would love to do this sometime.
Indianahillclimber: Looks like you guys had a blast!
Julio Sanchez: Pork rinds are essential camp food
Julio Sanchez: Camping for most people is an excuse to go into the wild to smoke pot and
Michael Doe: youve probably mentioned this before but what are you filming with?
vows2sweden: you brought the BIBLE? Could you possibly be closer to God? Man, you´re in
a hammock - in the forest? This s k God is all around you always and
If CLint Eastwood invited you for dinner, would you bring the movie DIRTY
and be watching it during dinner?
a phillips: one key element is to do instructional videos while your buddy swings that
axe and gets the actual wood.
Scout Noa: Great time to be out, I got one of those Stanley cups. I love mine.....
dillion600: Hey do you live in Michigan?
David's Passage: lol, too bad it's not that "free" down here in the States.
David's Passage: The NCT is beautiful! Can't wait to get out there to see more of it.
Brick Vader: Ty for the advice, I'm on the case.... I lived in South Carolina for years
and am somewhat used to lots of space and being left in peace. It will take
a bit of getting used to living here in the UK, awesome country despite a
few differences to what I am used to.... Anyway, stay safe out there!
Joseph Dziadyk: Ok smart but what's with the sounds when you are talking...is that
David's Passage: I would actually try that if I had enough fire wood :-)
MiWilderness: Looks like a lot of fun. That reed plant is horsetail and makes a good
sandpaper or scrubber pad for pots, it's also called scouring rush.
Rockeroutdoors31: Hey brother! Diggin the vid my friend, I noticed key words in your video,
which made want to watch, to see if you were a believer, I thought right!!
:-) As well as I! I just subbed ya, hope you wouldn't mind returning the
favor!! Thanks so much!!
David's Passage: No problem, thanks for watching :-)
William Scarmardo: I found this very helpful when learning about winter camping conditions.
thank you for sharing.
seattwa: I think I'd put a little powdered milk in with that oatmeal. I like honey
in mine too, but probably wouldn't work to well in the cold.
Bear Yote: Awesome videos man. I am a junior in HS and I live in Kalamazoo. This is
how I spend my life, brother. I am starting my own survival and
hunting/fishing series and any support would be much appreciated.
Brick Vader: Awesome! I am really jealous of you guys. I live in the Suffolk region of
the UK and there's no wilderness here. Just lots of farmland with a few
clumps of woods and an Englishman behind every bush. I do manage to stealth
camp on private woods here and there but you have to be careful as many a
land owner hates that crap, campfires have gotten me caught on a few
occasions..... Anyhow, thanks for the video!
Cassandra Mae: Winter camping sounds really nice and peaceful :)
iamredeemed949: I have that same pot! Stanley cup. I actually like using the green plastic
cups to eat out of so I dont get the pot dirty
David's Passage: It is an ENO Doublenest hammock.
lonwlf68: Really enjoyed the video! The NCT is only a few miles from my house,here in
NW PA. keep the good vids coming! subscribed!
BeastReviews21: Cool man. We never get snow, in Georgia:(
Jc Pepin: Lol, so long as you're on Crown Land, you're free to cut as much firewood
as you like for personal use, so go nuts!
David's Passage: you too!
rmstudio: I did not know that Radar went hammock camping.. LoL. Someone must of stole
Radars glasses. Enjoyed the video and camping tips. Good stuff here. Sad to
hear that stanley mug did not work on the alcohol stove as I use something
very similar and it does work but I need to watch the video were you tried
this set up and find out what happen. I am just ribbing you about your camp
David's Passage: lol, that's what I tell my kids. I used to work in a school and somehow
picked up the nickname "baldylocks" :)
TomsBackwoods: Awesome trip! Thanks for sharing!
David's Passage: Not to encourage illegal camping, but you should check out the Dakota Fire
Hole. It's a kind of fire that is very stealthy, smokes very little (none
if done right), and can be put out in a matter of seconds. Thanks for
Jc Pepin: Cool stuff, dude. Sometime you should try winter camping up where I live,
in northern Ontario in Canada :D. 25 degrees farenheit is a practically
sweltering in winter here!
Pearson St. Lawrence: What a great winter camping experience. Your video is GREAT! I envy you for
these great experiences.
David's Passage: I'm not sure what you're asking. Russ was chopping a dead tree down in the
Ron Spomer: What pack are you using?
David's Passage: My friend likes to take a sled in the winter. He likes more comfort than
myself. I'm happy with a simple pack with the essentials. I will say though
that the sled really helps in the process of collecting firewood. You can
sure haul a lot more wood and use a lot less energy by having a sled on
hand in the winter.
Craig Veasey: Looks like you had a good time.
chrizzz: Man, this just looks so nice. I wish I had more chances to get out into the
woods. It looks so peaceful.
David's Passage: Yep :-)
bighoss1121: its like all the hair on the top of his head and eyebrows slowly fell into