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    This guy is the man. Living the dream.

    Dick Proenneke Cabin Videos of Dick Proenneke Alone In The Wilderness Daily Prep Episode 327

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    Dick Proenneke's cabin built by hand(no power tools).

    Richard Louis "Dick" Proenneke From 1968 to 1999 he lived alone in the Twin Lakes region of Alaska in a hand built cabin. He made a film record of his solitary life. Remarkable! www.dickproenneke... Preview here...

    He, his girlfriend Anjali and their dog Anya moved into the tiny house that he built.

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    Dick Proenneke in the log cabin that he built by hand..... by himself.

    Alone in the Wilderness is the story of Dick Proenneke, one man who lived his dream in the Alaska Wilderness.

    “There are two types of people in the world: perchers and nesters,” says lookout tower owner Bick Smith. The tower is perched on a 1,400-foot mountain ridge and rises three stories above the ground.

    part 1 of building a woodsman hut in the russian wilderness, the translation can be a little rough, but the pictures speak for themselves, if it's in russian, paste it in google translate

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    Dick Proenekke's cabin - An amazing man and story, watch "Alone in the Wilderness" ....

    Dick Proenneke built this cabin on his own, seep in the wilderness of Alaska. What a perfect home, built with your own two hands, surrounded by rugged wilderness as far as the eye can see.

    small houses -Japanese Thrive in Tiny Houses. Some of these homes, called kyosho jutaku, are on land as small as 300 square feet. But, while small, they are attractive. Many are made of materials such as fiber reinforced plastic, glass, and steel.

    Forest Cabin, Girdwood, Alaska. The North is filled with abandoned cabins: miner's cabins, trapper's cabins, indigenous people's cabins, on and on. The cold and dry weather can keep them preserved for years and years.

    After 30 years of living “Alaska Wild” in his hand-built cabin, his legend to thrive off the land lives on forever!