This Hungarian guy is one to watch. Not only is the Bushcraft Bear loyal to his followers and appreciative of every viewer, he is also a skilled survivalist that has an amazing repertoire of survival skills, some of which I would never have seen if it weren’t for stumbling across his channel. In his movies, he rarely talks, but you can see the passion for his outdoorsmanship, mother nature, and enjoying the wilderness just by how he works and survives.
Silent cooking deep in the woods
Hungarian Goulash out of the pot - Traditional Reciepe
Crispy Potato Wedges and Chorizo Sausage Cooked in a rustic Bushcraft Kitchen
A Message For My Viewers
How To Carve a Bowl for your Camp Kitchen [Bushcraft]
Cooking in the Forest: Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce
Cooking in the wild. Nature sounds and delicious food
Outdoor cooking with my new Wok
Winter Bushcraft with vintage Gear and a hot Potato Soup
Good living In Germany with Schnitzel and Bratwurst in the Black Forest
First Snow And A Hot Cup Of Tea In My Little Bushcraft Camp [I speak!]
Alone in the Wilderness - Living in a Cabin. Part 1
Deep in the forest. Hiking, cooking and nature.
Bushcraft Knife Puma White Hunter and Puma Auto Knife
Bushcraft Day in the Forest with a bit of snow and tasty food
I enjoy the videos from La Palma, howy I wish you would add the date to titles. Even when the video pl , there is no date. Yes, you . say the date in the video. But if I tell some one to watch certain videos, I have to link them all.
I love your videos, stay safe and let us know what the people of La Palma need and we can start a fund for them to get what they need to them.
Karen A. Kirk
Dear Mr. Bushcraft,
Thank you for your coverage from La Palma. Sending thoughts and prayers to you and all effected by the volcano.
Sincerely, Karen Kirk
Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Is Bushcraft Bear a Messianic Jew or a Sabbath keeping Christian or ??? I’m just curious because I know he keeps the Sabbath and think that’s another good quality about him.
Gregorio Grzegorz Gwozdzianski
First of all, I would like to thank you with all my heart for all the films you made in the face of the event that touched our beloved island and for almost a month has not allowed its inhabitants to squint their eyes.
Each new day brings new hopes for getting to know what is unpredictable. We are all the time with hearts and thoughts with our beloved island and its inhabitants. I know that you feel how much we want to support you in those moments when, looking towards Cumbre Vieja, you try to enchant the smoking chimney in order to make you fall asleep and finally let the tired inhabitants of La Isla Bonita fall asleep. Every day we are with thoughts, hearts and words that we direct in every direction of the world, asking that no Palmero would be deprived of help. Every inhabitant of the island, every animal that has suffered the consequences of this event.
Thank you for being on our beloved island and showing it to the whole world in such a special way by talking about it and its inhabitants with respect, attention and humility of a man who, apart from using the English language in a very beautiful way, is also a very sensitive reporter.
May good heavens guide you through your life.
We hug you very much!
Gregorio Grzegorz Gwodziański with family