Monthly Archives: February 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4oZCp8UdDs In January 2018 I stayed two nights in what I call the “portable cabin”, my canvas tent. Night one was with my girlfriend Heather and our two pups Bear and Saku, while the second night was just me and Saku. This episode¬†follows us on that evening, as I bring you along for the ride and show how I manage my camp. Traditionally known as a Labrador Camp in our province, the canvas hot tent comes equipped with a wood-stove and as the name indicates, a canvas covering with tie out points. These tents would travel on the trap line with trappers not only in the Big Land (Labrador) but all over the world, serving as a checkpoint lodge to erect in between their tilts (small log cabins scattered along the trap line). The tilts, which on average were built with 10ft x 12ft dimensions, or even smaller, were a…

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