Off grid shower house Project

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Bushradical

Bushradical

3 yıl önce

Do you live off grid? Do you need a shower house? Here is one way to build it! In this video we build a small building , install a tub, drain kit linoleum, a bathroom mirror and a pump shower!

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Kevdre3000
Kevdre3000 2 yıl önce
I will likely NEVER ever build a shower house myself, but I just spent 26 minutes watching a man build one for himself. And, I do not regret it for 1 second. Thanks, Dave!
Debbie Biggs
Debbie Biggs 4 aylar önce
I’m 72 and will definitely never build one but loved watching it every minute and squaring the wall was very interesting. I’m going to forward this to my grandson who is interested in survival and off grid living. Thanks very much
paul gerrard
paul gerrard 6 aylar önce
i just watched another man take a shower..... i've never felt so refreshed! 🙂... much love.... x
Marsha Young
Marsha Young 6 aylar önce
Insulate your floor, ceiling & walls and walls just like you should the house. This guy did not do that.
dave g
dave g 8 aylar önce
Me too
Robert Benthal
Robert Benthal 11 aylar önce
When it comes to the metal, I will have scored it first. It would’ve been a lot easier to bend. I would’ve also insulated the shower
Mondavou
Mondavou 2 yıl önce
Did anyone else find it extremely satisfying watching the wall be pulled to square using a turnbuckle?
Adam Thiessen
Adam Thiessen 3 aylar önce
I actually found the intire project/process satisfying I day dream like crazy and it gives me idea's for when I build my own cabin and shower house 👍
Benjamin Lemieux
Benjamin Lemieux 5 aylar önce
@Danny Matthews .l, How do you do if your nails filled with your name
Benjamin Lemieux
Benjamin Lemieux 5 aylar önce
@Bushradical j Abra war with rather go with your name
Ryder8499
Ryder8499 6 aylar önce
No I can tell he's not a carpenter but rather a handy man.
Joshua Bekel
Joshua Bekel 6 aylar önce
Ratchet straps work too.
meckleboy
meckleboy 2 yıl önce
That was amazing. When I was a kid my parents bought an off grid cabin(dilapidated shack) no electric no water . Only propane bottle for stove and a wood burning stove. We added a room for extra beds and built a toilet room which we used a bucket commode. We washed up in a sink with boiled water. This was the early 80s. I always thought as a kid there was a way to do a shower. Never could figure out a way except a solar camping bag shower but as an 8 year old no one took me seriously. I devised a hanging gravity driven bucket that dropped water into a larger bucket on floor and I boiled water poured into hanging bucket with a mix of cold water and that was my off grid shower. My family laughed at it as they couldn’t fit under it only me. I thought I was a genius for doing that by watching how you did your shower set up I think that’s totally genius I wish we could’ve found one of those buckets with the pump handle along time ago that would’ve saved us a lot of aggravation and kept us all smelling fresh as daisies because two weeks in the summer up in a cabin in the White Mountains you tend to get very swampy. Thx for the amazing idea
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
LOL so true. But I think you were a genius for the bucket idea.
dustysquito
dustysquito Yıl önce
I'm in the middle of building a small cabin out of dimensional lumber, and I come back to this video (and the small cabin anyone can afford) all the time. You demonstrate things very clearly, simply, and effectively. Your videos have easily saved me dozens of hours trying to figure things out.
RuthieWrangler
RuthieWrangler 3 yıl önce
I love watching all the little helper boards and stuff to assist while working alone. So fun watching a build when the person knows what they are doing. You make it look so easy. I also love the way you teach as you go. That shower is awesome. Thanks for taking us along.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Ruthie
Dustin Farley
Dustin Farley 3 yıl önce
I've been in construction for about 4 years and I have to say I've even learned some tips from this video I'm super impressed great work.
Joeseph Madre
Joeseph Madre 7 aylar önce
Oh buddy, this is 100% Mickey mouse work.
Tom
Tom 2 yıl önce
You always learn from other craftsman.
Dustin Farley
Dustin Farley 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical I keep coming back to this video showing people your rafter trick.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Dustin
Douglas Reeves
Douglas Reeves Yıl önce
Your pump shower reminds me of the form oil sprayers we used at the 2 structural concrete companies my brother and I owned in the late 90's to mid 2010's. And some people would say that is not nearly enough water for a shower. Well, if you take a Navy shower (30 seconds on, turn off, lather, 30 seconds rinse), it is more than enough. Especially, if you use a low flow high pressure shower nozzle. Served 20 years, 2 months, 28 days on submarines and aircraft carriers. MMC(SS) USN Ret.
Dan Squire
Dan Squire Yıl önce
Hey Dave, really enjoy your videos. I am re-watching this one again because I am trying to teach myself to install rafters. (I am getting ready to build my first cabin!) Just a quick question, with your technique for rafters, is it important to make sure that the overhang distance of the rafter is the same front and back? Any context for your trick using a board to scribe that rafter cutout would be super appreciated. Hope all's well! -Dan
Tim Kneiski
Tim Kneiski 3 aylar önce
Nope just cut the other it will raise soffit height if that matters and the width from bottom of sub facia.
Mac Expert
Mac Expert Yıl önce
Teflon tape tip: hold the roll so it doesn’t unwind the tape when you turn around the tread. That way you can manage how tight you apply the tape and don’t end up with a mess of to much Teflon tape.
Piffle
Piffle 4 aylar önce
First time I've seen your videos. This is the third I've watched tonight and have been absolutely fascinated. You'd think a 77 year old lady would have something better to do with her time, but I've been glued to this 'puter for several hours now and enjoyed every minute. I found myself thinking that men like you will survive while many white collar university educated people will not be so fortunate. I have a nephew that has an extremely high IQ, but he refused to go to college because he wanted to work with his hands and not sit in an office all day playing "nice" with the suits as he "climbed the ladder" of success in the business world. Fortunately his grandpa and father taught him the building trades and he's happy as the proverbial clam. Thanks for sharing your projects with us. I'll be watching more.
Louis Berhup
Louis Berhup 2 yıl önce
Dude, that project was awesome! Your camera placement and coverage excellent., To the point and Not dull or boring. Hope to see more finish work and improvements to this. Thumbs up!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Much appreciated!
LuLu
LuLu Yıl önce
I love the simplicity of all of you designs if I may make a suggestion when you frame your walls as I'm building a house my sheathing extends past my wall approximately the depth of the box so I stand the wall up I can then attach the sheathing to the box this gives the wall a little more stability from wind lift I don't know if you experienced that in Alaska or not but here in Cape cod Massachusetts we have a lot of winlipped that can peel the plywood off your wall and sometimes take the wall right up your sheds thanks for listening Plymouth Rock
pamela pruitt
pamela pruitt 29 gün önce
Great build! I love all your videos and learn something new each time. BTW, if you have a lot of metal to bend, using a hinged board to bend the metal (from underneath the metal sheet) with a 2x4 clamped down on top near the bend point would make it easier.
Donna Stormer
Donna Stormer Yıl önce
You gave me a great idea on how to build a shower for the shed we lived in after Hurricane Micheal. I’ve been wanting to add a tiny bathroom and kitchen area in or near that shed for a year but low funds and lack of ideas on how to do it has delayed my plans. THANKS for the ideas ! This is something I could do myself and definitely affordable! I’m 65 and learning a lot from you!!
Michael M
Michael M Yıl önce
Great build and video! Thank you. Being a newbe I have some very basic questions. Were your wall studs on 16" centers? The rafters, were they on 24" centers? What do you do with the drain water, do you have a drain pit, or just run out on the ground? How about the winter, what about the drain and drain lines, as well as feed lines in freezing weather? Why did you use two clear roof panels and two metal panels? It appeared you may have used a small section of metal panels underneath the clear panels points of attachment. Why did you choose to use metal underneath the clear panels? I wish I were near you to offer you another set of hands, I would love to learn more from you. Your videos are very helpful, thank you for sharing your knowledge.
Jonathan Mitchell
Jonathan Mitchell 7 aylar önce
Michael Maroon, I believe I can answer a few of your questions. I don't believe winter affects the drain or feed lines because they don't keep water in them. I"m sure he takes the pressure pump with him when he's not there, so no one can steal it, which releases the pressure and drains all the lines. He used clear roof panels to let natural light in, otherwise it would be very dark even in the day time. It looked like these clear roof panels weren't quite as long as he needed so he added those small pieces of metal panels to give the overhand he wanted. I too wondered about whether he had a drain pit or just runs it on the ground. I would think some sort of pit is needed else it would get sloppy wet around the shower house.
Annemarie
Annemarie Yıl önce
I love watching you build things. So much to learn too, tricks and bits. Satisfying after it's done, and to know how it's done. great.. Thanks Dave
cdennisb
cdennisb 7 aylar önce
Another terrific project! Always fun watching you build things, Dave! Thanks for sharing!
CBG Maker
CBG Maker 4 aylar önce
I've never been much of a builder, learning from you is easy. I have often wondered how in the world to put rafters up. The math most use gets my head hurting. Watching you put notches in those rafters was so easy. I now completely understand how to put on a roof. Thank you.
Xplicit Halostar
Xplicit Halostar Yıl önce
It's good feeling to be able to be self-sufficient, & nice to see someone using the worm-drive, I got an all polished aluminum Skil from a rebuild shop, was pretty new, but the original buyer forgot to add the gear drive oil, I paid 55.00 for a 200.00+ awesome saw that'll cut anything. The videos are well done & great information for making what would seem impossible to some.
Urban Lumberjack
Urban Lumberjack 10 aylar önce
Love this channel. I’m about two second away from heading out into the woods with my chainsaw axe and knife. Thinking about it, living off grid is definitely not more “simple” than in a city. But it is more straightforward. You generally know what to do and can figure out how to do it. I prefer this
D. Schrute
D. Schrute Yıl önce
I’m building my off grid home this spring , thank you so much for your time and awesome tips
Ridai
Ridai 8 aylar önce
Found your channel and have been binge watching your builds. Thanks for the content Dave and hope you have an awesome life.
Palie63
Palie63 9 aylar önce
You and your wife are so amazing!!! Thank you for sharing your love of the outdoors and your unbelievable talent!!
stagespectre
stagespectre Yıl önce
At 10:58, why not allow your sheathing to overlap your decking and continue to your platform base for seam coverage?
Steve Merrill
Steve Merrill 5 aylar önce
Absolutely awesome and enjoyable to watch. Thank you for making this and explaining it sooo simply. I could do that for myself now. Never thought it was that easy.
Bushradical
Bushradical 5 aylar önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
David Joseph
David Joseph Yıl önce
Great video. Subbed. Learned a few things about carpentry watching you. When you wrap Teflon tape around a pipe, try flipping the roll of tape over. So that it unrolls off the pipe side of the roll instead of the way you were doing it. You'll have a lot more control and you can pull it tight as you go.
Jeff Plant
Jeff Plant Yıl önce
Creativity, ingenuity, well executed! An amazing video! Off grid living with a creature comfort of a shower would just make the whole experience so incredibly pleasant. So well done Dave!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Wow, thank you!
Rolex Rakes
Rolex Rakes 10 aylar önce
Dave - awesome vids and thanks for the inspiration! Its great to see some initiative and the belief in yourself - you have. Good job.
Zeb Friudenberg
Zeb Friudenberg Yıl önce
Right to the point on everything! Very helpful and thank you! 👍🏻
mike king
mike king 2 yıl önce
Tip: When you are installing any panels on an exterior wall that is on a raised foundation, such as yours, measure down from your Rim joist and floor decking. Once you have that measurement, allow your panels on your walls to overhang your bottom plate by the amount of that measurement. What that does is strengthens your wall as well as covers your rim joist with siding. Yes, you will have to rip a sheet of plywood or osb and secure it at the top of your wall but like I said, this method makes your building stronger.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
FirstMusic00
FirstMusic00 Yıl önce
I really like your style of shed construction. So simple, yet so practical and effective. Unfortunately my tendinitis would relegate me to screws and a battery gun. I'd be spent after 10 minutes swinging a hammer. I really enjoy your channel....and your wife's as well
Caroline Rose
Caroline Rose 2 yıl önce
Thanks! I think I'm going to steal some of your ideas so I can build myself a shower shack the next time I head out to my land. I've been using a tent shower and I had been using a sun shower bag, but it didn't work very good. So I made a pump shower out of a 2 gallon garden sprayer and a kitchen sink sprayer. It works a lot better than the sun shower and it lasts long enough for me to take a shower and wash my long hair. I use camp soap because it rinses off easy and it's biodegradable. Think I'll put the composting toilet in there too. Eventually I'll get a house built, but I'll have to camp out for a while. Having a nice shower shack will make life easier.
The Queen of My Home Auntie Nina Lopez
The Queen of My Home Auntie Nina Lopez Yıl önce
Dave, Love how easy you make it seem, man!!! I tell you what, this will be the one of first items to do on this gals list! Let me tell you When you were done showering 🧼 I was like “Oh!! I know that feeling when you feel clean” I truly enjoyed every second of the video. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 Thank you for sharing all your knowledgeable. By the time I retire this will definitely be best days of my life. Debt free which I can’t wait and off the grid. 😘 9/19/2020 👑 🦠 era.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
...nothing like a long awaited shower!
Gordon Fleming
Gordon Fleming 3 yıl önce
Dave that was an awesome build, and as always some great tips being shared along the way with easy to understand instruction. An all round terrific video :)
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Gordon
Exit Stage-West
Exit Stage-West 2 yıl önce
Excellent video - thank you Dave for showing us every step of the way. I learnt a lot and not just about building the shower house!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad to help
Robin Moore
Robin Moore Yıl önce
So very great. I am in awe of the creative way you built the kitchen. Thank you for sharing your story.
D T
D T 8 aylar önce
You make it look so easy. I’m impressed. Thank you
Gregor Eisenhorn
Gregor Eisenhorn 2 yıl önce
Love your videos mate! I did my trade in Carpentry and Joinery but the industry destroyed my creativity with everything being so manufactured, so I decided to go back to university and get a degree. Watching your videos has inspired me to start building stuff again for my own personal use. Keep up the good work! Lots of love from Australia!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks!
HappyTimesVan
HappyTimesVan Yıl önce
I love the shower being build👍 Great job! So much fun👍 P.S. Great job done well!👍👍👍👍
Nick M
Nick M 2 yıl önce
As I move closer to wanting to buy my own home, you've definitely given me a ton of inspiration to look into do something like this. Thank you for all of the videos! I've been learning a LOT from them. Little things that I would've overlooked, or that I realize I would have done in a much more difficult way if I just tried myself. Question: Where would I start to look in regards to understanding local laws/regulations/etc. on what I can and can't do?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I wouldnt ask for "what you can and cant do" if you have the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, then whos to tell you what to do?
Here lies Kitty Thomas
Here lies Kitty Thomas Yıl önce
You and your wife have truly helped my husband and I to envision the projects we need to do on our land. We recently purchased 3 acres in the foothills of Georgia. I have been making a list of things we need to bring up there (We live in Florida) for our first over night. So far I need coffee, steak and A1. A cast iron pan too. I can't wait to build my outdoor shower room.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
LOL, I love your priorities
Shannon Golden
Shannon Golden 2 yıl önce
Radical!! I Love It! Soo cool and amazing. This is the best video on YT! I have been thinking about all things that are a modern neccesity when building an off grid home and to me the shower is the number one thing. You could always cook outside so cooking is just a given however you like to cook. So, thank you for giving me the BEST idea for when I build my own home! So radical of you! 😁😁😁🚿🛁 P.S. I learned more from you in one video than I have from a ton of other framing/building videos.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks. I appreciate that
Desert Wolf
Desert Wolf 3 yıl önce
I learned more in 26min than I thought. You sir are one great American. Thanks for the vid. Subbed for more projects.
Stephanie Sue
Stephanie Sue 2 yıl önce
Agreed.. Me too!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
thanks
john smith
john smith Yıl önce
Pretty cool shower house. My walls are never square and I never knew about the turnbuckle tip. What do you attach it to? Also I hope your recycling the water somewhere since you're off grid using it on plants or something
Lynn Ledlow
Lynn Ledlow Yıl önce
Love this video! You make things look so simple, but of course i know it is harder than it looks. I just want to know is why don't you insulate each of these building? Or do you at a later date? I watched your wife camping in freezing temps, i just couldn't bring myself in there to take a shower without a heater etc. When you got into the shower i thought i would die from laughter. But i guess you had to show us how it works. I know your wife is proud of you!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks
Mr The Katt
Mr The Katt Yıl önce
That was excellent!! I have a place in big bear California I pretty much did the same thing but I gutted out a travel trailer put in a large shower pan some walls but I used an on demand propane water heater from Amazon I got a 100 gallon water tank and on-demand RV water pump and a 12 V optima battery the propane tank is 5 gallons I put a chair in there after chopping wood and I get a beautiful long hot shower it is awesome but you cannot let that water heater freeze during the winter it will rupture the copper tubes if there’s any water left in the coils of the heater
staple_gun
staple_gun Yıl önce
My dad was a carpenter and a plumber and so I grew up doing that. It's a nice trip down memory lane to see some of this.
gruntqueen
gruntqueen 3 yıl önce
Holy crap. The reason I haven't built my shed is my lack of "math and geometry" knowledge. No idea how to make rafters, until right now. I really appreciate what to you must've seemed like a throwaway tip. Thanks.
K Wheatley
K Wheatley 6 aylar önce
@Bobo I haven't had coffee yet. You can't just start math stuff on me like that.lol
Bobo
Bobo 6 aylar önce
@K Wheatley those are supposed to be ^2 (to the power of two, or squared), not 2s :)
Zechariah Hambone
Zechariah Hambone Yıl önce
Just do a flat roof.
Antonia Torres
Antonia Torres Yıl önce
me too.. i built my own shed just attached my roofing to each other and its only laying loosely across top. wind blown it off twice. i still puttering on the rafter build...yes awesome teach there...TY.. I couldn't get the math just right either...ty.. ty.. ty.. i got it now.
K Wheatley
K Wheatley Yıl önce
@George Shaw well you made my brain hurt. The 2's in the equation confused me.lol. I was multiplying everything by 2. And never could get 7.lol How about just say 4ft run+ 3ft rise =7 total board ft less 2 ft overhang.
Rimmol
Rimmol 2 yıl önce
Very nicely done. I´m working a year now on my land to turn it offgrid totally and one of my major concerns has so far always been the washing problem. I haven´t had a single idea how to solve it. Thanks to your video i have now a bigger picture how i can make this work, even in cold winters. Thank you very much!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I hope this helps
Robert Scholz
Robert Scholz Yıl önce
I might have painted the interior before the tub and shower install, the added humidity to the interior by the shower may react with the OSB unfavorably over time.
Cheri Monteith
Cheri Monteith Yıl önce
Very good job! I would add vapor barrier, insulation and tiny wood stove. Sometime you may also want a sauna.
Norrie Blackeby
Norrie Blackeby 8 aylar önce
What a brilliant idea! Well built too! Love it. Thanks for the vid!
Andrew Graham
Andrew Graham 2 yıl önce
Great video Dave, I picked up quite a few tips from you today that I can use when building a sauna I have planned. On a side note; I took your advice and I have been 'being radical' for quite some time now and I have to say, it is really working out quite well for me.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
thats awesome.
Kevin Douglas
Kevin Douglas 2 yıl önce
Good video Dave:) Simple, effective shower. Super nice:)
Mike McGown
Mike McGown 6 aylar önce
This is a great idea! I'm building an off-grid tiny house on our property where we intend to build our dream home. The tiny house will probably only be a temporary thing, so I'm not planning on hooking up to the electric hookup, the septic system or the well. I just need a place to stay, keep necessary items, and clean up. This shower setup looks like it would work perfect for my plan. Thanks for the inspiration!
Kathleen Earle
Kathleen Earle Yıl önce
Enjoyed the skill and the perfection of your wonderful project. Thank you for the dedication and enthusiasm.
jeepthing3
jeepthing3 5 aylar önce
Has been so inspired by your videos the three part series of the offgrade cabin in the woods I love that I love part three where you’re talking about how anybody with half of her body can do this get off your couch put down your phone and do this and I’m sitting here in my wheelchair thinking I can do this I have half of working buddy I can do this my left side is paralyzed from a stroke I used to be a framer many many years ago I totally understand the process I was concerned could I do this or not and then with your inspiration of seeing anybody with half a body can do this as I’m sitting there saying out loud to the TV I can do this and then you said anybody can do this so inspirational thank you today I’m watching your offshore house video and I’m watching very very carefully to see what things you’re doing that I can do one-handed you’re not carrying the OSB no big deal I can do that one-handed making all the dogs to hold it in place so that I can mail it off I can do that and then when you get to the plumbing you’re wrapping the Teflon tape around the fittings I’m thinking you know I have a good pipe vice mounted on the flatbed on my truck if I just gently put that showerhead sitting in that pipe vice I can use my good hand to wrap the Teflon tape and then the brass fitting and then the hose fitting and the showerhead itself and carry the whole thing in there put the screw through the flange and hold it up to the wall with the driver bit screw the first one and make the alignments with the second one in all of that with one hand there’s a few things like when you were on building the last wall the last stud wall with the rafters already in place and you’re backing with your sledgehammer I’ve made enough concrete forms to know how that works but I can’t hold that sledgehammer is backing for nailing off that Stonewall so I love the idea of pre-drilling and then I can put the nail in the drill hole with my good hand and I don’t have to hold it with my useless and I love that idea I can use that everywhere you know for my toenail linger in and everywhere just give me something to hold that nail in place to get it started and for regular framing I like the idea of a magnetic head hammer to get the first set and then drive it in with the hammer for sheeting I would probably just use mine wide stapler I can hold the sheeting up against the stairwell with my shoulder and operated nailer with one hand and a wide top staples would give sufficient surface coverage to hold the sheeting in place it’s only a very few things that I am watching this video where I would have to ask the wife to come help hold something or push against something or whatever but I’m watching very very closely to see what you’re doing and can I do it one-handed and for the lion share of it I’m seeing that I can do thatI feel a little modified procedure from the way you’re doing it but I can do it one-handed might take me a little bit longer than you but with my tenacious determination I can do this I will do this I’m currently looking for the property to do the song I will keep you updated in my progress thank you so much for your inspiration I love your videos
Ricardo Santos
Ricardo Santos 8 aylar önce
This was an awesome shower! Your videos make me realise how simple life can be… Thanks
tellitlikeitis
tellitlikeitis 2 yıl önce
I love working alone and doing stuff by myself. Sometimes “figuring it out” as I go. There is a lot of satisfaction in that. However, I almost always look back and see something I should have done and go DANG MAN! I didn’t ...”, or “I should have done this, or that’. Or “Well, THAT was stupid”. I learned alot from your video my friend. Thanks.
Jax..?
Jax..? 5 aylar önce
I’ve watched most of all your videos multiple times and I still learn more from you than I could ever learn from school
Avner Jusino
Avner Jusino Aylar önce
Excellent presentation. I don't have any kind of experience as a carpenter but I have the will to learn by looking at your videos. You are an excellent mentor.
Amanda Reed
Amanda Reed Yıl önce
Amazing! We are planning to be off grid this year! This shower idea is awesome! What was the name of the pump? I couldn't quite catch it in the video. Thanks, Dave! Learning a ton from your channel.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
The pump is a ZODI brand, but any pump will do
Joy Herting
Joy Herting 8 aylar önce
This is awesome. This makes the jerry-rig one we used to make look so bad. My brother had some pumps like that when I was a lot younger I don't know what he did with them. Now I'm kind of curious It's been a long time though. The ones I've done I guess would be gravity showers, if someone wanted a hot shower though they had to heat up their water it was a bucket just for that though
EB
EB 3 aylar önce
This was such an awesome video. everything explained so well, makes me, a die hard city dweller want to move into the country to build my own place
Bill Manns
Bill Manns 3 yıl önce
Dave, I absolutely love your Alaskan cabin series. Been enjoying these since you started! Thank you for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Thanks Lake 13
Sergio Valenti
Sergio Valenti 2 yıl önce
I never heard of the turnbuckle before, very handy tool. 👍
Edward McDermed
Edward McDermed Yıl önce
These videos are simple and incredibly informative. I feel like I can do it.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
You can do it!
Linda sischo
Linda sischo Yıl önce
Another idea would be to wrap or stuff insulation around the tub when setting it in place. My best friend taught me that. Beautiful shower house!
Only JESUS Saves!
Only JESUS Saves! 2 yıl önce
AWESOME JOB DAVE! I learned a lot, and never thought about using a pump up sprayer for a shower! THANK YOU!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
USAF777
USAF777 3 yıl önce
Dave this is a great training video on how to build an off grid shower, love the video keep them coming, Alaska is beautiful and the fishing is awesome.
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
Right on, Thanks
Justin Grant
Justin Grant Yıl önce
Did you leave the water running the whole time you showred? If so how long before your 3 gallons ran out Great video thanks for sharing
Justin Grant
Justin Grant 10 aylar önce
@wewd 👍🏾
wewd
wewd 10 aylar önce
No, he turned the valve off after wetting himself, then he soaped up, then he turned it back on to rinse off. Same method used with those solar camp showers.
Marie DeLozier
Marie DeLozier Yıl önce
Thems birch or alder leaves blowin’in the wind makin’that water sound…ain’t it purty?
Back To Weedin'
Back To Weedin' Yıl önce
I cannot tell you how much I learned from this video! And I'm only 9 minutes in. Thank you!
Jesse Kilgrow
Jesse Kilgrow Yıl önce
What a refreshing video! Absolutely brilliant! Thank you 🙌🏻
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
kenairockband
kenairockband 2 yıl önce
When I saw this video I got two invaluable tips- the rafter cuts- thank you- and the pump shower. I looked high and low online for a Zodi but they’re apparently made out of unobtainium. So I ordered a stainless pumper and will fashion one similar. Thank you for this!
kenairockband
kenairockband 2 yıl önce
Bushradical got my makeshift Zodi completed this morning and It’s working wonderfully. Also followed your lead on some cabinets for the yurt. Keep those great videos coming and thanks again for passing on all your tips n tricks.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
You are very welcome. Let me know how your set up goes.
P Cz
P Cz 3 yıl önce
Freakin' awesome dude! Very practical approach you take to building stuff. I love to watch you think as you go. One thing we did in the Navy while showering at sea to conserve water was to get wet then shut the shower off, soap up then turn the shower back on and rinse...etc etc...just a thought to pass on so you don't run out of water with a head full of shampoo...otherwise, outstanding work!
Bushradical
Bushradical 3 yıl önce
I did just that "editing" Thanks
Poor Boys Adventures
Poor Boys Adventures 2 yıl önce
awesome content. you blew my mind with how simple you make it. the turnbuckles! That is great. i am learning so much right now. love your stuff
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad to help!
Randy Fin
Randy Fin 2 yıl önce
Ok, now that's a great idea! I'm definitely doing that. Simple design and efficient. Nice job
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
William Thompson
William Thompson Yıl önce
Hey dude, I loved the shower project! I always wondered about that part of the living off the grid. Thanks,I'm enjoying your diary, keep them coming!
Dean Short
Dean Short 2 yıl önce
Clean work Dave, really clean work man! It was a pleasure to watch you do your stuff. Thanks for all the practical advice, you make it look easy.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I appreciate that!
frisqie style ideas
frisqie style ideas Yıl önce
I want to do a small lean to add on just like this one on to my tiny house for a little bedroom / sunroom. Thank you for the tutorial I watched it all the way through and we'll watch it again when I'm ready to build.
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