7 Day Hawaii Adventure (Solo Week) | Overnight Camping in Tropical Bush | DIY Bushcraft Projects

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Greg decides to stay another WEEK after Fowler flies back to Maine, leaving the bushmaster on his own on the Big Island of Hawaii. He puts a tropical spin on his bushcraft survival skills, building a HUGE boar trap, exploring the volcanic landscape, and familiarizing himself with the local people, animals, and plants. Join Greg on Part 2 of this adventure, as he continues to fall in love with this island paradise.

Greg is a self-taught survivalist from Canal Flats, British Colombia, who, since he was a boy, has read nearly every book on the topic. When he is not out in the wilderness, he is a professional dry-waller. He started his first bow drill fire when he was thirteen and spent the next forty years learning bushcraft and studying plants and edibles. He has even developed some of his own survival techniques and is a skilled hunter with both a bow and a slingshot.

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  1. I’m glad you had a great time in Hawaii uncle🤙🏻 next time you come I’ll take you shorefishing and put you on some good fish. I live in Kona as well. Aloha!

  2. I make hand forged knives, and I think I would like to make one as a gift for you. If you could give me away to communicate privately with you so we can work out a design that would work best for you and get shipping info to be able to send it to you. Would just be awesome to see you use it in a video or two.

  3. Guessing the bow drill didn’t work because koa is also a hardwood? 🤷🏻‍♀️ also, it’s pronounced “kowah” ☺️ great attempt though in completely unfamiliar territory 👊 props!

  4. The more I watch your videos I notice your sense of humor, and your knowledge of wild plants, it is impressive! great video! I am amazed at the damage that the wild pigs do cause!

  5. I'm not entirely sure but I think the Japanese or the Chinese have building structures like that by joining pieces together without other materials and they can withstand earthquakes of high magnitudes, google it Greg, awesome series and stay safe, stay awesome!!!

  6. I love, Greg, how you integrate your primal nature with the technology you were bestown and make quality video of your "bush" lifestyle regardless of your locale… Keep up the good work and/but never lose sight your survival expertise.

  7. Fin is beautiful, We've got four Shepherds , they aren't for people that can't relate to them. You've had Fin long enough to know what I mean. Your an independent fellow that enjoys life. I love it.

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