Warm 70 degree Camping in a Super Shelter
Stay warm while camping in the winter with this super shelter.
The super shelter was invented by Mors Kojanski. He was a Canadian veteran and he was well know fir his wilderness knowledge. His super shelter is easy to set up, consists of inexpensive parts and can keep your shelter at 70 degrees in super cold temps with a fire going.
Surviving the brutal, cold Canadian winters can present a unique situation for even the most experienced survivalists. When the temperatures are that brutally cold you cannot rely solely on your average camping gear. This article was designed to introduce the reader to a survival shelter that was created especially for this type of environment by Mors Kojanski.
You will need clear plastic sheeting, mylar and paracord or similar to use as a ridge line. Once your shelter is set up heat from the fire will be radiated all around your shelter keeping you nice and toasty. This is valuable information to be learned about surviving extreme temperatures in the winter. The information was presented in a way that made really easy to read and to understand. This method of building a super shelter is from Teamar 15.
Benefits of reading the article Survival 101: Warm 70 degrees Camping in a Super Shelter
Learn how fairly easy it is to build your own survival shelter that was designed by Mors Kojanski.
The article includes a complete listing of all of the materials, supplies and tools needed to get started.
It also has a complete, easy to read and follow step by step instruction guide covering how to build it.
There are many full-color pictures that help to provide a good visual reference of the project.
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