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  • Am 30 Dez 2019 veröffentlicht
  • Episode 8.0 on the traditional log cabin series!
    I just graduated from high school and want a big challenge in life. I decided that I alone with only hand tools and raw power was going to build my own traditional off grid log cabin by hand in the Swedish forest.
    In this episode I am timbering in the last log for winter and then building a snow cover for the log cabin build.
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KOMMENTARE • 199

  • edna gomes

    Muita dedicação do Erick 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼🇧🇷🇧🇷

  • QS Outdoors & Carvings
    QS Outdoors & Carvings Vor 2 years +6

    Amazing video series. I was questioning myself about the feasibility of a project like that here in Sweden. As a Canadian now living in Stockholm it's great to see that you don't have to go far away in the north of the country to be able to do a project like this.

  • Trudi Dolder

    my grandfather, my father and one of my brothers were carpenters, with a 3 and 4 year apprentyship, building mainly Swiss chalets. They would be proud to see, what you are undertaking, all by yourself. I can’t wait to see the finished project….love your determination. A SWISS, living in the USA.

  • In my rear view mirror
    In my rear view mirror Vor 2 years +14

    I love this build series, your determination is inspiring. All the best to you in this New Year.

  • Tsanko Tsankov
    Tsanko Tsankov Vor 2 years +11

    Bravo, you are doing a great job young man! You deserve a lot of respect. Your father and grandfather should be very proud of you! All the best wishes for the new year from Bulgaria :)

  • Scott Redmond
    Scott Redmond Vor 2 years +12

    What an awesome New year's surprise! Congrats on 2019 and so looking forward to your 2020 videos. It's been amazing following your progress. You've definitely got a lifetime subscriber in me 🎉🎉

  • terry davies
    terry davies Vor year +2

    Erik in years to come when your in your 50s / 60s you will look back at what you’ve achieved and think did I realy do all that on my own !

  • Erika Alexandre
    Erika Alexandre Vor year

    Linda a paisagem 🌲

  • Kanika Vuthy
    Kanika Vuthy Vor year +7

    So freshening to see your amazing work! I aspire to live like our ancestors once did

  • Keith Kuckler
    Keith Kuckler Vor year +6

    I have lived and worked in a similar environment, here on the extreme tip of the north shore of lake Superior. The whole area was settled in part by Norwegian and Swedish immigrants. We work on construction all though the winter. If the weather is good, a lot of us prefer it to summer, no bugs, especially black flies. You dress warm, take extra care, and, you learn how to cope with the extreme cold. Anything above 10 degrees above is considered balmy.

  • David C
    David C Vor 2 years +7

    Can't get enough of these vids. Thank you for sharing this with us Erik! Can't wait for the next one.

  • Bart Van Gucht
    Bart Van Gucht Vor year +1

    Both inspired and inspiring. It gives me hope for my sons to see a guy your age do this.

  • Jappel
    Jappel Vor 2 years +5

    If I had the opportunity and if you asked help with this awesome built with simple tools. I would definitely say yes. This is probably the best way of spending time of your life.

  • chas viaud
    chas viaud Vor 2 years +20

    Watching the terrific build don't let the bad weather stop you I'm amazed.

  • Erik Grankvist
    Erik Grankvist  Vor 2 years +39

    Happy New Year!!!

  • theresmore2learn
    theresmore2learn Vor 2 years +11

    You just finished high school??? WOW! I envy you and wish I had studied carpentry after high school! Keep up the great work! Blessings to you for the New Year!

  • Rowan Fernsler
    Rowan Fernsler Vor 2 years +7

    Looks beautiful so far, I wish I had more snow where I was, and trees. I wish you the best and can’t wait to see more on this log cabin

  • Jappel
    Jappel Vor 2 years +3

    Hopefully one day I can move to Sweden (now living in the Netherlands) maybe even build a log cabin. Until that day your videos are a great inspiration I guess not only for me but for a lot of people. Keep doing what you love doing in live.

  • Rick Green
    Rick Green Vor 2 years +5

    You are just out of high school, very very impressive. Keep going, your skill level and work ethic now is years ahead of your time. Ten years from now...wow! Videography is pretty good too. Gott Nytt År!

  • Eric Lakota

    Amazed how easily they move those logs around buy hand.