In this video, we give you a tour of a prospector-style, 4-season tent that is completely off-grid. The tent is built with two layers of weather-proof canvas stretched over a wooden frame and is equipped with a double combustion wood stove for heat, a solar panel to power 1 LED light, and a propane fridge to keep food cool during the summer months. The tent is separated into 4 quarters: dining room, kitchen, sleeping area, and woodstove/living room. There's also an outhouse, barbecue and…
I wouldn't even bother making this, I just like the idea of bringing the shelving unit to have more space for storage (like keeping a 5 gallon jug of water, pots, pans, etc), having a place to store the plastic totes and doing dishes. That would be my camp kitchen!
This is a canvas wall tent with a wood stove for heat and cooking with. You could live in these types of tents year round and stay somewhat comfortable. It's like having your own portable house if your in a emergency situations. These canvas tents have been treated with fire retardant, along with water and mildew protection. This particular tent is from www.capitalcanvas.ca
Lavvu camp with stove: Lavvu is the name taken from the temporary dwellings used by the Sami people of northern Scandinavia. It has a design similar to a Native American tipi but is less vertical and more stable in high winds.