Bushcraft Treehouse Shelter gets a DIY WOOD BURNING STOVE!

Bushcraft Treehouse Shelter gets a DIY WOOD BURNING STOVE!

In this weeks episode we fit the long awaited homemade wood burning stove into the bushcraft heroes treehouse! Reuben made this beast of a stove from an old hot water tank. What a beast! We remade our roof, tarped up the walls and fitted some sturdy boards to make sure the stove was safe. This really means the shelter can be used long term through winter!

Please, please, if you fit a stove inside any shelter, you must make sure you have sufficient airflow to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning or carbon dioxide build up from the stove using all the oxygen in the shelter.

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Bushcraft Heroes says:

What did you guys think? Leave a like and a comment on what you want to see next episode! πŸ‘Š

Jeremy Crowe says:

I was thinking you were maybe going to make one around the size of a 5 gallon bucket! It worked though snd was a neat idea. The flat plate at the top was smart to boil water or heat your food.

Jeremy Crowe says:

I'd put a sheet of tin behind it just to be safe.

Lann Perry says:

Fantastic work as always guys! Im looking forward to seeing more!
Instead of a heavy steel plated, you can get some fire retardant sheet for behind it. Bit pricey but worth it!

Errolea brown says:

Reub is a legend, l finally got to see someone put tarp all around the inside walls looks good and very sensible, thanks so much for the video it was real cool

Lisa Macdouall says:

Curious… Do the tarps and heat give off any toxins ?? Just a thought I had.. Excellent job

The Dombi Hill says:

i finnaly can watch this in 720p on my new phone…. thx for yhe quality of the cameras guys

Alby Papuni says:

Awesome guys

Stephen Feeney says:

Nice to See you guys back

Aj Amendola says:

oh my my you need a safe guard behind that stove lol excellent vid!!! love watching keep it up

njal b.n says:

are you going to cover up the insides of the walls with wood?

Ann Doig says:

Welcome back – been looking out for you – Shawn James of My Self Reliance has an old piece of sheet metal behind his wood stove…something you could consider…must be plenty of it lying around….cheers.

James Lane says:

πŸ˜πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ˜ŽπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ haven't seen you guys in a while James KC MO great video β›ΊπŸ”₯🎯

Zimm 44 says:

Nicely done!🍺 Cheers

Romolo Esposito says:

#Rubesagod #rubesalegend love ur guys vids keep it up.Love how you say its not to cold only -15,16 no 17 here in as the lowest is like 12 degrees hahaha.

Top Rock says:

Glad to see you guys back in action!! Beauty stove 🀘🏻🀘🏻🀘🏻

theniceguysdiefirst says:

glad to see you guys back in action

Psychocki says:

At last! Where were you guys? πŸ™‚

Farm Pond Master says:

U are not dead

Christopher Cooper says:

You should place a piece of sheet metal behind it.

Christopher Cooper says:

With the stove being next to the tarp like that, don’t you think that heat would destroy the tarp or worse yet, catch it on fire.

Zakariah No known last name says:

Well done, gents. Inspiring stuff. Makes me wish I could get away more.

Ron Cash says:

Guys, you need a spark arrestor on top of that pipe, pronto!

Chuck Finly says:

Hey , I've been watching since your first treehouse episode and wanted to say that what you guys to is truely unique and no other channel comes close to how you guys all come together and work on these projects. I've loved seeing the camp grow bigger and bigger and how your videos are packed with cool tricks and techniques .
Im one of the instructors at an outdoor camp in Georgia and your channel has been a huge source of inspiration for myself and the boys.

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