Survivalist builds mini log cabin bug-out camp with her bare hands

Lilly’s first pass on her well-constructed yet primitively built “bug-out” camp was initially meant to sustain one person, herself, in the event of a sudden emergency or crisis. But Lilly decided to test her hard work’s resilience by tearing out one of the walls and adding another covered lean-to which could house an additional person. In this instructional, she chops down trees to build the supports as well as lashes them all together with nothing but a hatchet, a saw, and some elbow grease into a sturdy, sustainable campground which could last through almost any disaster.

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